Highline Medical Group’s West Seattle Family Medicine: New sponsor

July 1, 2011 at 1:48 pm | In Health, West Seattle news | 8 Comments

Today, we welcome one of the newest WSB sponsors, Highline Medical Group‘s West Seattle Family Medicine.

As is a tradition, new sponsors get the chance to share what they would like you to know: First, you donʼt have to go downtown to get high-quality medical care – it is right here in West Seattle, as demonstrated by the fact that In 2010, Highline Medical Group was the only Family Medicine practice in the city of Seattle to earn the Premera Blue Cross Healthcare Quality Award for exceptional clinical performance on a variety of measures. Second, and perhaps even more important, weʼll treat you the way weʼd want to be treated. Weʼre committed to an open and relationship-focused approach that engages you in your own health. Finally, West Seattle Family Medicine is conveniently located in the Alaska Junction business district of West Seattle, open Saturday — and we accept walk-ins — all of which are helpful for working families. Some of what we have heard from patients: “I like that you take time to get to know me and our family.” … “You are really easy to talk to.” The number-one referral source for our practice is existing patients.

West Seattle Family Medicine is a member of the West Seattle Junction Association, and we support local events and organizations like the West Seattle Food Bank, the West Seattle Garden Tour, and West Seattle Summer Fest. West Seattle Family Medicine is at 4744 41st SW, east of Jefferson Square, 206-933-1041; its hours are online, here.

We thank West Seattle Family Medicine for sponsoring independent, community-collaborative neighborhood news on WSB; find our current sponsor team listed in directory format here, and find info on joining the team by going here.

8 Comments

  1. welcome, welcome :)

    Comment by JanS — 2:57 pm July 1, 2011 #

  2. Props to Correa, Annemarie ARNP, the best provider over there, hands down. The front desk is hit and miss.

    Comment by visitor — 2:58 pm July 1, 2011 #

  3. Hi Marty, we love you! Joe, Rachel, Josh, and James :)

    Comment by WSfamily — 3:13 pm July 1, 2011 #

  4. Good news, and good timing. I am shopping for a new PCM, and was, until now, not looking at anything local to West Seattle (due to lack of reviews/web presence).

    Comment by jmks — 9:50 pm July 1, 2011 #

  5. We need a new family doc. This is a good place?

    Comment by AJP — 10:40 pm July 1, 2011 #

  6. Love Jeannie and Marty. I have been going there since they opened.

    Comment by Lola — 6:27 am July 2, 2011 #

  7. My family and extended family (8 people) has been seen here since day 1. Of all of us, I am the only one who still goes to this clinic. I can tell you that you will find superior care from some of the providers – probably the best you can find anywhere (i.e. Couret, Correa, Dingacci). You can also find average, and sadly, you can also find very poor care. Pick and choose.

    Comment by Dis — 1:41 pm July 2, 2011 #

  8. It’s really great to have another family practice group in town to rival Swedish West Seattle. Swedish has some great physicians, but the support staff are sometimes grumpy and unhelpful. The rivalry should benefit West Seattle patients.

    Comment by WSRes — 9:31 am July 3, 2011 #

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