Meet our doctors

Our doctors are U.S.-based, board-certified physicians who are passionate about making quality primary care accessible to everyone.

Mark

Dr. Chen received the David Babbott, MD “Caring and Seeing” Award for excellence in Internal Medicine.

Mark Chen, MD

Internal Medicine

Education:
Residency, Kaiser Permanente, Oakland
MD, University of Vermont College of Medicine

BA, University of California, Berkeley

Languages:
English

Years practicing medicine:
12 years

 

Amanda

Dr. Cuda earned a Bronze Star Medal and a Combat Medic Badge serving in Afghanistan.

Amanda Cuda, MD, MPH

Family Medicine

Education:
Residency, Tripler Army Medical Center
MD, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences
MPH, University of Washington School of Public Health

BA, Wheaton College

 

Languages:
English

Years practicing medicine:
14 years

 

Davide

Dr. Dickey worked at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center early in his career.

David Dickey, MD

Internal Medicine

Education:
Residency, Virginia Mason Medical Center
MD, New York Medical College
BA, University of California, San Diego

Languages:
English

Years practicing medicine:
20 years

 

Michael

Dr. Grabinski was named a 2017 Top Doctor by Seattle Met magazine.

Michael Grabinski, MD, MPH

Family Medicine

Education:
Residency, St. John Hospital and Medical Center
MD/MPH, St. George’s University School of Medicine
BS, University of Michigan

Languages:
English, Polish

Years practicing medicine:
8 years

 

Laurie

Dr. Kreiter was named a 2017 and 2018 Top Doctor by Seattle magazine.

Laurie Kreiter, MD

Family Medicine

Education:
Residency, University of California, Davis
MD, University of Washington School of Medicine
BS, Washington State University

Languages:
English

Years practicing medicine:
24 years

 

Patsy

Dr. Lewis served on multiple medical missions to Honduras.

Diana Lewis, MD

Family Medicine

Education:
Residency, In His Name Family Medicine
MD, Universidad Nacional de Cordoba

Languages:
English, Spanish

Years practicing medicine:
15 years

 

Andrew

Dr. Le educates underserved communities in Barbados about diabetes.

Andrew Le, MD

Family Medicine

Education:
Residency, ProMedica Flower Hospital
MD, Medical University of the Americas
BA, University of Washington

Languages:
English, Vietnamese

Years practicing medicine:
7 years

 

Kellar (1)

Dr. McCloy volunteers as a physician at a school for disabled children in Haiti.

Thomas McCloy, MD

Family Medicine

Education:
Residency, Providence St. Peter’s Family Medicine Residency Program
MD, Tulane University School of Medicine
MS in Pharmacology, Tulane University School of Medicine

BA, Bucknell University

Languages:
English

Years practicing medicine:
6 years

 

Linda

Dr. Pourmassina co-chaired a Women in Medicine group for The American College of Physicians.

Linda Pourmassina, MD

Internal Medicine

Education:
Residency, Virginia Mason Medical Center
MD, Rush Medical College

BA, Boston University

Languages:
English

Years practicing medicine:
14 years

 

Alicia

Dr. Sanchez launched a community health lecture series on diabetes management, weight loss and new parent support.

Alicia Sanchez, MD

Family Medicine

Education:
Residency, Brown University
MD, Thomas Jefferson Medical College

BA, Wellesley College

Languages:
English, Spanish

Years practicing medicine:
9 years

 

Brad

Dr. Younggren earned a Bronze Star and the Combat Medic Badge serving in Iraq.

Brad Younggren, MD

Emergency Medicine

Education:
Residency, Madigan Army Medical Center
MD, Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences

BA, University of California, Los Angeles

Languages:
English

Years practicing medicine:
18 years