Michelle L. Matin MD
|David Mar MD||Family Medicine||Northgate||P: 206-525-5777|
|Betsy Brown MD, AAHIVS||Family Medicine||Madison Center||P: 206-860-4424|
|Branden Pfefferkorn MD, MPH||Family Medicine||Downtown||P: 206-860-4700|
|Darla Klokeid-Foulston MD||Family Medicine||Downtown||P: 206-860-4700|
|Gary Rosen MD||Family Medicine||Ballard||P: 206-781-6079|
|Jessica Cabodi MD||Family Medicine||Family Medicine Sand Point||P: 206-525-4000|
|Jorielle R. Bautista MD||Family Medicine||Ballard||P: 206-781-6079|
|Katherine Brown MD||Family Medicine||Downtown||P: 206-860-4700|
|Kirsten Andrews MD||Family Medicine||Madison Center||P: 206-860-4700|
|Michael Grabinski MD, MPH||Family Medicine||Madison Center||P: 206-860-4424|
|Pamela McDonald MD||Family Medicine||Family Medicine Sand Point||P: 206-525-4000|
|Ruby Farooqi MD||Family Medicine||Ballard||P: 206-781-6079|
|Scott McIntyre MD||Family Medicine||Family Medicine Sand Point||P: 206-525-4000|
American Board of Family Practice
Dr. Matin received her medical degree at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She completed her residency at Valley Medical Center in Renton where she served as administrative chief resident during her final year.
Dr. Matin’s practice encompasses all areas of family medicine. She especially enjoys preventative medicine, pediatrics and geriatrics.
I view my relationship with patients as a partnership where we work together to come up with options for curing illness and maximizing health. I try to listen carefully and learn about my patients over time so I can understand what works best for them and their family.
Dr. Matin is a clinical instructor at the University of Washington School of Medicine.