My clinical interests include preventative medicine, pediatric primary care, women's health, pediatrics, sports physicals, diabetes care and hypertension management. I also offer acute care, including illnesses and injury care, such as splints and suturing.
Board Certified Physician Assistant
My care philosophy involves building an effective provider-patient relationship through thoughtful and compassionate care.
My personal interests include spending time with family, world travel, skiing, hiking and attending sports games including the Seattle Seahawks and Mariners.
I attended the University of Washington MEDEX Physician Assistant program and hold a masters degree in Clinical Health Services and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Health from the University of Washington.
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44 patients rated this physician.
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Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.
Reviewed on July 23, 2019 My hesitation is that with my insurance (Kaiser), they don't seem to approve any meds that she has prescribed (something that I've taken up with them). The biggest thing is that we didn't seem to talk about another course of action after KP didn't approve the drugs. I tried to see where to go, but wasn't sure. Unfortunately, Sarah's hands seem to be tied by my insurance (only option as a teacher), so we might have to go elsewhere.
Reviewed on May 7, 2019 Dr. Sarah was thorough and made an effort to review my medical records that had transferred in.
Reviewed on December 20, 2018 Sarah has a very human approach to helping me manage my type 1 diabetes.
Reviewed on December 6, 2018 no bad experiances here.
Reviewed on January 28, 2019 I had a concern about a breathing issue that seemed to come and go, worse in the last 4 wks., caregiver didn't seem concerned - suggested a local clinic as a primary doctor, and to follow up with them. (I felt like I was brushed off because it wasn't related to what the clinic does or outside their purview?)