General cardiology with a specific interest in risk factor management, heart failure, coronary artery disease and patient education.
Board Certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner
After 20 years as a cardiac RN, I returned to school and trained as a nurse practitioner. I have worked exclusively in cardiology and bring expertise and experience through all aspects of cardiac care from acute hospitalization, outpatient follow up to cardiac rehabilitation.
Working together with patients, their families, and our cardiologists as a team to provide the highest degree of personalized cardiac care and treatment.
I am an endurance athlete who has completed more than 30 marathons as well as many long distance cycling events and tours, which my husband and I continue enjoy doing. I enjoy spending time with my three grown children as well as travel, skiing, and hiking.
In the Community
I have been a volunteer for the American Heart Association, coaching a group to complete a half marathon run as well as captaining a team for the Heart Walk for many years. I have volunteered with the Cascade Bike Club for Bike to Work month.
Seattle University, Master of Science in Nursing
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30 patients rated this physician.
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Reviewed on April 29, 2019 All Evergreen staff are excellent.
Reviewed on December 20, 2018 I wanted to see "my" care provider and thought that was who I was going to see instead of this one.
Reviewed on December 6, 2018 Dr. Sandra Perlmutter is very knowledgeable & professional.
Reviewed on October 24, 2018 It was realized I was VERY ill and she arranged my entrance to the hospital immediately.
Reviewed on November 27, 2018 I have had a variety of care providers over the years at Evergreen. This is the first time I felt not listened to & symptoms blown off as not significant even though primary care had me seen in ER for those symptoms.