The OBGYN Generalist Division at UW Medical Center, the OBGYN Generalist Division at Harborview Medical Center, and the OBGYN Generalist Division at VA Puget Sound provide primary and specialty Obstetrics and Gynecology care for women.
Combined, we have 19 full-time and part-time faculty providing women's healthcare across 10 ambulatory, and four hospital sites.
Our faculty provide a large proportion of the clinical volume in the OB/GYN department.
We promote excellence in OBGYN care through:
- Providing compassionate and state-of-the-art comprehensive obstetric and gynecologic care.
- Maximizing our patients' experience through exceptional professional conduct and continual improvement of our clinic and hospital processes.
- Serving as the premier referral center for complicated gynecology in the greater Northwest region.
- Advancing knowledge and expertise within our field in research and education.
- Becoming national leaders in obstetrics and gynecologic education and furthering the education of our University of Washington residents and medical students.
What we do
We care for patients at multiple clinical sites across the Seattle area, serving a diverse female population that ranges from pediatric/adolescent patients at Seattle Children's Hospital (SCH) and cancer patients at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA), to the female veterans referred to the Seattle and Tacoma Veteran's Administration (VA) sites.
We manage a wide range of general to complex gynecologic conditions, and serve as consultants to our primary care, pediatric, and oncology colleagues at various clinical sites.
We emphasize wellness and prevention, and encourage patients to become a partner in their health care.
In September 2019, we introduced the first TeleOB program in the Seattle area, designed to combine the convenience of telemedicine with our high-quality prenatal care.
Sites of practice
- UW Medical Center
- Harborview Medical Center
- VA Medical Centers (Puget Sound, American Lake)
- UW Neighborhood Clinics (Factoria, Shoreline, Ravenna, South Lake Union)
- Eastside Specialty Center
- Hall Health
- UW Roosevelt Women's Healthcare Clinic
- Seattle Children's Hospital Clinics (Bellevue, Sandpoint, Seattle Children's Hospital)
- Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA).
Specialty services and clinics
Each of our healthcare professionals has a special interest and expertise in OBGYN care. Specialty clinics allow us to concentrate our expertise and teaching efforts.
Specialty services include:
- Mammography and breast imaging
- Sexual dysfunction
- Disorders of sexual development
- Mental health services
- Bone density scanning
- Preventive Care
As a primarily clinical division, we have focused our efforts on advancing knowledge and expertise in three main areas:
- Global education leadership and curriculum development
- Infectious disease and prematurity research
- Process improvement and clinical standardization in the transformation of care
Our faculty are active educators and hold key leadership roles locally and nationally.
- Medical students and residents (and operate OB/GYN resident Clinics)
- Family Medicine
- Internal Medicine
- Adolescent Medicine
- Pediatric Surgery
- Pediatric Urology
- Labor and Delivery
- Operating Room
- Ambulatory settings
Our faculty in the OBGYN Generalist Division UWMC are:
- Seine Chiang, MD
- Kristina M. Adams Waldorf, MD
- Anne-Marie E. Amies Oelschlager, MD
- Melanie L. Andersen, MD
- Katherine E. Debiec, MD
- Mallory E. Kremer, MD
- Vicki Mendiratta, MD
- Heath Miller, MD
- Sue L. Moreni, MD
- Licia L. Raymond, MD, FACOG
- Anna R. Shope, MD
- Jordan K. Stevens, MD