Invasive and interventional cardiology
Board Certified in Cardiology, Internal Medicine
Dr. James Schneider has been in practice at EvergreenHealth for over 30 years, during that time serving as chief of medicine and chief of cardiology. His particular areas of interest encompass diagnostic cardiology, including echocardiography and nuclear cardiology, and interventional cardiology, including angioplasty and stents. He is also a clinical professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of Washington.
I believe that we are the patient's physicians rather than they are our patients. It is our job to provide the patients and the patient's family with information so they can participate and hopefully make decisions as to their care.
In the Community
I have been involved with the American Heart Association and the King County Medical Society.
Dartmouth Medical School | Hanover, NH; University of Michigan | Ann Arbor, MI
University of Minnesota Hospital & Clinics | Minneapolis, MN
Yale University Medical School, Cardiology | New Haven, CT
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169 patients rated this physician.
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Reviewed on September 24, 2018 Very sorry Dr. Schneider is retiring. He is one of my best doctors and always provided me with excellent care.
Reviewed on September 17, 2018 Dr. Schneider is retiring. I will lose a long time friend and medical professional.
Reviewed on August 15, 2018 I have very much appreciated the cardiac care that Dr. Schneider has provided through many years.
Reviewed on August 13, 2018 Dr. Schneider is tops in my opinion in his chosen medical field. I very much regret and am extremely sorry he will be leaving Evergreen Hospital at the end of the year. A huge loss to his patients and Evergreen. A most understanding and easy to talk to person, in addition to being an excellent surgeon. I feel sure that I am not the only patient of his that has these same sentiments.
Reviewed on August 8, 2018 As it has always been - great for many years. I will definitely miss him after his retirement.