Welcome to our Community of Healthcare Providers
Collaboration is essential to achieve the best outcomes for you, and all our patients. Our naturopathic doctors and other providers collaborate with each other, our staff, and the greater Seattle medical community. By working together, you receive the quality health care you deserve. Schedule your appointment today.
Dr. Patrick Donovan – voted one of Seattle’s Top Doctors. Dr. Donovan has almost 30 years of clinical experience in Primary Care with a specialty in autoimmune disorders, Crohn’s disease, Colitis, Celiac disease and other gastrointestinal illnesses.
Dr. Mona Fahoum – has nearly a decade of experience providing primary and specialty care. Her areas of interest include primary care, gastrointestinal illnesses, women’s health and sustainable weight loss.
Dr. Christie Fleetwood – specializing in autoimmune conditions and pediatrics, Dr. Fleetwood is our newest addition to UHC!
Dr. Justin Steurich – is a naturopathic primary care doctor, with a special interest in musculoskeletal and cardiac issues. He is currently accepting new patients.
Nancy Paine Sherman, L.Ac. – An acupuncturist who treats a wide range of conditions, from pain to addiction support.
Diane Larson, Reiki master - Focusing on healing the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual bodies of a person by administering this ancient Energetic Medicine.
To schedule an appointment with our providers, call 206.525.8015 today.
Integrating Traditional Care with Modern Approaches
At The University Health Clinic, our foundations are rooted in the history of natural medicine and the principle that one’s body can heal itself. We invest time listening to you; getting to know you and your needs.
In these days of fast-paced, impersonal doctor visits, our slow-care approach is considered to be traditional. And yet, despite our traditional approach, we make full use of today’s science, technology, and evidence-based approaches. You receive quality care from highly trained and experienced naturopathic physicians and other providers.
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