Top Docs ’11: Infectious Disease

By Seattle Mag


December 31, 1969

INFECTIOUS DISEASE

Peter Hashisaki, M.D., Overlake Hospital Medical Center, 1200 116th Ave. NE, Suite D, Bellevue, 425.455.8248; University of Washington, 1975

Margot Schwartz, M.D., Virginia Mason Seattle Main Clinic, Buck Pavilion, 1100 Ninth Ave., 206.341.0846, Virginia Mason Medical Center; Johns Hopkins University, 1991; AIDS, HIV, sexually transmitted diseases, infectious diseases

Martin Siegel, M.D., The Polyclinic, 1101 Madison St., Suite 900, 206.860.4531, Swedish Medical Center; Case Western Reserve University, 1972; AIDS, HIV, infections in cancer patients, orthopedic infectious disease, travel medicine

Chia Wang, M.D., Virginia Mason Seattle Main Clinic, Buck Pavilion, 1100 Ninth Ave., 206.341.0846, Virginia Mason Medical Center; Northwestern University, 1990; sexually transmitted diseases, AIDS, HIV, hepatitis B and C

Originally published in July 2011

 

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