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Family Medicine, Primary Care
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EvergreenHealth Primary Care, Woodinville
Primary Address
16916 140th Ave NE, Suite 300
Woodinville, WA 98072
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Clinical Expertise
Having delivered more than 100 babies, Dr. Mangahas has a special interest in women and children's health. Other interests include preventative medicine, sports medicine, contraception (Implanon/Nexplanon, Mirena and Paragard IUD), and advocating for universal healthcare.
Board Certified in Family Medicine
Personal Information
She enjoys running, yoga, playing the violin, trying new foods, and spending time with her family.
Medical School
University of Washington School of Medicine | Seattle, WA
Valley Family Medicine | Renton WA
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79 patients rated this physician.

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Patient Comments (13 comments)

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Reviewed on October 16, 2018

great experience
Reviewed on October 12, 2018

She's the best!
Reviewed on July 31, 2018

She is very good. I have not had a doctor this good in a very long time. Just wish she worked more days, but I like how family is important to her.
Reviewed on May 22, 2018

Dr. Mangahas is a very competent, knowledgeable, and engaging professional
Reviewed on May 15, 2018

She needs to release the short leash on prescriptions, and the 6 month limit on routine meds is ridiculous.