Dr Helmuth Fritz M.D.
Helmuth Fritz is board certified in Internal Medicine and is an assistant clinical professor of medicine at Loma Linda University School of Medicine. Prior to his Loma Linda University appointment, he served as a staff physician and researcher at the NEWSTART Medical Clinic at Weimar Institute, a health and education organization that focuses on lifestyle to treat and prevent many common degenerative diseases. He has over 20 years experience practicing general internal medicine in Washington State.
Dr Chan Hwang M.D.
Dr. Chan Hwang obtained his medical degree at Loma Linda University School of Medicine in 1994 and completed a four-year residency program in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation in 1998 at the McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University Medical School. Dr. Hwang has been in practice in the Seattle area, focusing on the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular disorders, since 1998. He works at MultiCare Health System in Tacoma focusing on rehabilitation of neurological problems such as stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, and peripheral neuropathies. He has also been the pain clinic physician consultant for the Puyallup location of UBC, Inc. from May of 2001 through November 2014. His passion is to provide lifestyle and physical medicine as well as rehabilitation resources to the under-served, not only in Western Washington but internationally as well.
Dr Uma Krishnan M.D.
Dr. Krishnan trained at Thanjavur Medical College and Madras Medical School in India, before coming to the United States to complete her fellowship at Michigan State University. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and in Cardiology, and now specializes in cardiology for women. She practices at the Cardiac Study Center in Tacoma, WA and aims to improve cardiovascular health and quality of life in women, by preventing, detecting, and treating risk factors. She especially focuses on helping women develop healthy lifestyle practices.
Dr George Lee M.D.
Dr. George Lee is a family physician based in Bellevue, whose approach to medicine is thoughtful and wellness-oriented. He treats each patient as a whole, focusing not only on physical health but on mental and emotional wellbeing. He completed medical school in 1996 at Loma Linda Medical School, CA, and is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.
Although he is highly esteemed among his peers, Dr. Lee is most proud of the strong relationships he builds with his patients, and his reputation among them for close listening and unflagging compassion. His areas of medical focus include healthy weight loss, vein treatments, and other cosmetic procedures.
Dr Uma Malhotra, M.D.
Dr. Malhotra is an Infectious Diseases and Internal Medicine physician at Virginia Mason Medical Center (VMMC) in Seattle. She received her medical degree from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi, India, receiving the President’s Silver Medal. After completing her infectious diseases fellowship at the University of Washington (UW) in 1998, she served on the faculty at the UW and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center before moving to VMMC in 2008. Besides her role as a clinician at VMMC, she conducts translational research in immunology at the Benaroya Research Institute.
Dr F Patricia McEachrane-Gross, M.D.
Dr McEachrane-Gross, or Dr McG as she is known, brings a new and unique philosophy to family medicine, combining elements of an old-fashioned doctor’s office with modern medicine and a holistic, common-sense approach to health and well being. Dr. McG is board-certified in family medicine and preventive medicine. She grew up and attended medical school in the Caribbean, and completed her Family Practice residency at the JFK Medical Center in Edison, New Jersey.
“I call my philosophy functional medicine,” says Dr. McG, who has both a medical degree and a Masters of Public Health (M.D.H.) degree among her credentials. “It’s a philosophy that’s been around for a number of years, but it’s becoming a new approach to medicine.” Educating patients about proper diet and lifestyle is a major component of her practice, she says. “Most of our chronic diseases, whether it’s high blood pressure, diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, cancer – all of them have a lifestyle basis. Yes, there are some heredity aspects. But the majority of the causes are based in lifestyle and diet.”
Dr Mythili Ramachandran, M.D.
Dr Rama, as she is known, attended Stanley Medical College in Chennai, India, and completed her residency at Louisianna State University. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and practices at the Bonney Lake Medical Center. Her interests include diabetes, women’s health, mental health, neuropathies, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, and she is especially interested in how diet affects disease. She sees every case as unique, and feels that patient education and input is very important.
Dr Andrea Veatch, M.D.
Dr Veatch is an Oncologist with Northwest Medical Specialties and practices at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup, WA. She studied at the University of Minnesota, and completed her residency at the Mt Sinai Medical Center in New York. She earned her fellowship at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, and the University of Washington. She is board certified in medical oncology, hematology, internal medicine, and hospice and palliative care. She has a special interest in lymphoma.