People from far and wide flock to Seattle during our sunniest season to stroll through Pike Place Market, or head down to the waterfront to snap a selfie at Pier 59 or even visit our tank-escaping friend, the Giant Pacific Octopus at Seattle Aquarium.
Must Cool DownSymphony Performs Live Score to March of the PenguinsWednesday (7/8, 7:30 p.m.) Flee the heat for cooler climes—at least as depicted in the movies. The Seattle Symphony will perform the original score from the documentary March of the Penguins while those precious flightless birds frolic on screen. Bonus: Leading the musicians is none other than Hollywood music director Jeffrey Schindler, who originally conducted the score for the film.
Record Temperatures: In case you didn't notice, last month was really, really hot. So hot, in fact, that KING 5 reports it was the hottest June in Seattle ever. The National Weather Service says that the average monthly temperature at SeaTac was 78.88 degrees--3 degrees warmer than the record high from 1992.
Hematologists treat blood diseases such as cancer, lymphoma, anemia and sickle cell disease. Oncologists and other internal medicine practitioners work in this specialty
David M. Aboulafia, M.D., HIV/AIDS, lymphoproliferative disorders, general hematology; Virginia Mason Medical Center, Buck Pavilion, 1100 Ninth Ave., Seattle, 206.223.6193; Virginia Mason, University of Washington (clinical professor); University of Michigan, 1983
John David Beck, M.D., trauma, microsurgery, arthroscopy of hand, wrist and elbow; Proliance Hand, Wrist and Elbow Physicians, 12911 120th Ave. NE, H-10, Kirkland, 425.828.4224; 1810 116th Ave. NE, D-4, Bellevue, 425.283.5230; 1909 214th St. SE, Bothell, 425.828.4224; EvergreenHealth Medical Center, Overlake Hospital Medical Center, Swedish Medical Center; University of Washington, 2007
Ann M. Bridges, M.D., general ob-gyn, menopause health; The Polyclinic, 904 Seventh Ave., Seattle, 206.860.4541; Swedish Medical Center; Northwestern University, 1986
Charlie Browne, M.D., women’s reproductive health, advanced gynecologic surgery; All Women’s Health North Medical, 9730 Third Ave. NE, Suite 200, Seattle, 206.985.9553; Group Health Cooperative, Swedish Medical Center, Virginia Mason Medical Center; University of California, Los Angeles, 1998
Carroll Haymon, M.D., geriatrics, family medicine, palliative medicine; Iora Primary Care, Central District, 306 23rd Ave. S, Suite 200, Seattle, 206.518.9058; Virginia Mason, Swedish Medical Center; Tufts University, 1999
Martin Levine, M.D., geriatric medicine, primary care, chronic care; Iora Primary Care, 15214 Aurora Ave. N, Shoreline, 206.518.9021; Northwest Hospital & Medical Center, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Swedish Medical Center; Case Western Reserve University, 1997
Ian A. Glass, M.D., neurogenetics, Joubert syndrome and other ciliopathies, skeletal dysplasia; Seattle Children’s Hospital, 4800 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, 206.987.2000; Seattle Children’s; University of Otago, New Zealand, 1991
Fuki Marie Hisama, M.D., neurogenetics, cancer genetics, cardiovascular genetics; UW Genetic Medicine Clinic, 1959 NE Pacific St., Seattle, 206.598.4030; SCCA Cancer Genetics Clinic, 1354 Aloha St., Seattle, 206.288.7222; UW Medical Center, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance; University of Chicago, 1988
These doctors diagnose and treat disorders of the stomach, intestines, bowels and other organs, such as the liver, gallbladder and pancreas, as well as the esophagus
Joo Ha Hwang, M.D., section chief, Gastroenterology, Internal Medicine; early detection of gastrointestinal malignancies, advanced endoscopic procedures, endoscopic therapy to treat early esophageal and gastric cancer; Harborview Medical Center, 325 Ninth Ave., Seattle, 877.520.5000; Harborview Medical Center; University of Chicago, 1997
Matthew Bressie, M.D., newborn care, preventive medicine, office surgery; Pacific Medical Centers, Northgate, 10416 Fifth Ave. NE, Seattle, 206.517.6700; PacMed, Northwest Hospital & Medical Center; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1999
Alexandre DeMoraes, M.D., preventative medicine, men’s and women’s health, adult and geriatric medicine; Overlake Medical Clinics Downtown Bellevue, 400 108th Ave. NE, 425.635.6350; Overlake Hospital Medical Center; Medical College of Wisconsin, 1997
These specialists are concerned with the thyroid, pituitary and adrenal glands, among others, as well as nutritional disorders, sexual disorders and problems such as diabetes and hypertension. Endocrinologists are also internal medicine specialists
Yancy Marc Bellis,* M.D., Overlake Emergency Department, 1035 116th Ave. NE, Bellevue; Overlake Hospital Medical Center; University of New Mexico, 1998
Cameron Buck,‡ M.D., Valley Medical Center, Department of Emergency Services, 400 S 43rd St., Renton, 425.228.3450; Valley Medical Center; Vanderbilt University, 1995
Karl H. Kaufmann,‡ M.D., Valley Medical Center, Department of Emergency Services, 400 S 43rd St., Renton, 425.228.3450; Valley Medical Center; University of Cincinnati, 1996
These pediatricians focus on the treatment of development disabilities such as spina bifida, cerebral palsy, mental retardation, visual and hearing impairments, autism spectrum disorders, attention and behavioral disorders, learning and habit disorders and more
Tim J. Brei, M.D., spina bifida, cerebral palsy, complex disabilities; Seattle Children’s Hospital, 4800 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, 206.987.2000; Seattle Children’s; University of Nebraska, 1984
Kim Gittere Abson,* M.D., skin cancer, pediatric dermatology; The Polyclinic, Madison Center, 904 Seventh Ave., Seattle, 206.860.2387; Swedish Medical Center; University of Washington, 1986
Marc Antezana, M.D., eczema, psoriasis, skin cancer; The Polyclinic, Madison Center, 904 Seventh Ave., Seattle, 206.860.2387; Swedish Medical Center; University of Washington, 1999