Top Doctors 2017: Infectious Disease


These physicians are experts in diagnosing and treating infections.

Robert Y. Choi, M.D., HIV, infections in transplant patients; Providence Medical Group North Everett Clinic, Infectious Disease,1330 Rockefeller, Suite 520, Everett, 425.261.4905; Providence Regional Medical Center Everett; Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 2002
William F. Ehni, M.D., AIDS/HIV, hepatitis, fevers of unknown origin, tuberculosis; Northwest Hospital & Medical Center, Infectious Disease, 1550 N 115th St., Suite D-101, Seattle, 206.368.1630; Northwest Hospital & Medical Center; University of Washington, 1982
Uma Malhotra, M.D., infectious disease, HIV/AIDS, infections in transplant patients, travel medicine; Virginia Mason Medical Center, Infectious Disease, 1100 Ninth Ave., Seattle, 206.341.0846; Virginia Mason Medical Center, University of Washington Medical Center; All India Institute of Medical Sciences, 1985
Robert M. Rakita, M.D., transplant infections, HIV; University of Washington Medical Center, Infectious Disease and Tropical Medical Clinic, 1959 NE Pacific St., Seattle, 206.598.4615; University of Washington Medical Center; Case Western Reserve University, 1983

Olympia Tachopoulou, M.D., AIDS/HIV, hepatitis C, surgical infections, endocarditis; Northwest Medical Specialties, Medical Oncology & Infectious Disease, 1624 S I St., Tacoma, 253.627.4123; MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital, MultiCare St. Joseph Medical Center; Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, 1994

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