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Reza Ghomi, MD

Patient Ratings

4.6 / 5 (Based on 38 Ratings)



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Telemedicine Visits Available

Conditions Treated

multiple system atrophy, early onset Alzheimer's, frontotemporal dementia, Lewy body dementia (LBD), memory loss, Parkinson's dementia, primary progressive aphasia, supranuclear palsy, and cortico basal degeneration

Contact Information

  • Office: 425-899-3135
  • Fax: 425-899-3143







Interpretation Services Available

Board Certification

Board Certified in Psychiatry


Dr. Reza Ghomi completed a residency in psychiatry and fellowships in movement disorders and behavioral neurology which allows him to focus on neurodegenerative disorders primarily which may pop up in many ways including changes in memory, cognition, behavior, mood, movements, among others.
Dr. Ghomi is the only neuropsychiatrist trained in psychiatry, movement disorders, and behavioral neurology in the state of Washington.

Clinical Expertise

(Appointments require an internal referral)
I diagnose and treat memory disorders, including:
Early onset Alzheimer's
Frontotemporal dementia
Primary progressive aphasia
Cortico-basal degeneration
Parkinson's dementia
Lewy-body dementia
Progressive supranuclear palsy
Multiple system atrophy
Any other symptoms of disturbance in memory and/or thinking which may be progressive in nature
I use various brain imaging techniques including MRI, PET, DaT.
I also may order lumbar punctures for testing of the CSF or order genetic testing, although these are not commonly needed.
My practice includes a team to help with neuropsychological testing, social work interventions, medications for mood, memory, behavior and sleep.

Philosophy of Care

I enjoy working with patients concerned or suffering with memory or cognitive issues because once empowered with an understanding of what may be happening, you can move forward with your life and live more vibrantly.
Perhaps the hardest part of the evaluation process is the uncertainty and sometimes the long path to receiving information. I partner with you to sit with you and understand your unique situation and provide not only a medical explanation but a human one so you can make your own decisions regarding your future fully informed of your options.
I engage the entire family where appropriate and work hard to seek a common understanding across all caregivers and loved ones. I will walk you through how I come to my understanding so that it first makes sense to you. This means I will show you what I see on your brain imaging or other testing, empowering you with the knowledge of your own body.


Year began practicing: 2014

Medical School

University of Massachusetts Medical School | Worcester, MA


University of Washington (psychiatry) | Seattle, WA


University of Washington (neurology: movement disorders) | Seattle, WA

Personal Information

I chose medicine as a career after first building my skills in engineering and science. I experienced Hodgkin's Disease myself as an adult and it was my experience with the healthcare system and my appreciation for the second chance it gave me which ignited my interest in medicine.
After many more years of training I combine engineering and medicine to provide my clinical expertise directly to patients and work on technology which will serve the very same patients I see in clinic.
I am very dedicated to my community and enjoy hosting weekly dinners, participating in forestry work in my neighborhood frequently, maintaining a large a flower and vegetable garden, and avidly pursuing running, biking, hiking, rock climbing and tennis. I have volunteered consistently since childhood and feel strongly in building community through service.

Community Involvement

I recently completed a two year term on the King County Behavioral Health Board, which worked to guide the priorities and budget for the county pertaining to mental health and substance use treatment.
I currently am very active with Seattle City Parks and volunteer daily or weekly to restore native plant habitat in city parks.


May 24, 2021
Unfortunately, he told me he was moving and I would not be able to see him again.
May 03, 2021
Dr. Ghomi scared the patient by saying "you need to change your attitude or you might get locked up." (Patient is still terrified.)
January 11, 2021
January 04, 2021
Dr. took excellent caer of me & answered all my wife's questions (she is a retired RNC.
December 21, 2020
Felt lost, didn't know who I to see next & who in charge of me. Didn't tell me how he tied in with other doctors or clinic.
November 16, 2020
Dr. Ghomi takes time with the patient, and also the POA with all questions.
May 20, 2020
It was a very informative times.
April 20, 2020
Would have been good to know ahead for us to check blood pressure, heart rate, weight.