Overlake Medical Center has 70 Physicians Named as “Top Doctors”

Overlake Hospital Medical CenterKipepeo Brown, 425-688-5603orLee Keller, 206-799-3805

Seventy (70) physicians on Overlake Medical Center’s medical staff were named to the quintessential list of best doctors in the Puget Sound region—Seattle Magazine’s 2013 Top Doctors.

The list-makers were nominated by their peer physicians in the region. The survey’s primary question was: “To whom would you send a loved one for medical care?”

“Overlake is honored to have a large number of our medical staff on the list each year. It is meaningful because the list is developed through peer survey, which is a testament to the quality of our physicians and the respect they have earned in our community. Overlake is dedicated to providing high quality and high value care and we appreciate the dedication of our medical staff to achieving this goal every day,” said Overlake President and CEO Craig Hendrickson.

The Top Doctors list is the result of more than 15,000 nominations. GMA Research managed the data collection in partnership with CHCS Internet Development.

Overlake Hospital Medical Center is a nonprofit, non-tax-supported regional medical center with a network of medical clinics throughout the Eastside. The hospital is licensed for 349 beds and offers a comprehensive range of services including cardiac care, cancer care, general and specialty surgery, women’s programs, senior care, psychiatric services and it was the first Level III trauma service on the Eastside. Overlake also participates in a wide range of community outreach activities including health fairs, free health screening events, wellness classes and wellness publications. For more information, visit .

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