Members on the Move

With so many changes in healthcare, there is a lot of physician movement. It’s nearly impossible to track where and when colleagues (or your favorite referral doctor) have moved.

We offer the ‘Members on the Move’ opportunity. If you are a member who is moving, changing your practice emphasis, adding colleagues, closing your practice, or retiring, please let us know. We will publish your updated information monthly in our newsletter and the archives on this website for easy reference.

This service enables our members to stay in touch with their colleagues and ease the referral process. We also provide feature articles about physician movements – so let us know what changes are happening! We strive to be the most current roster for physicians in King County.

Contact Shurlon Brathwaite at sbrath@kcmsociety.org

New Members

(read all the details in our monthly newsletters)

Reshma Patel is a Global Health Fellow at the UW. Dr. Patel recently graduated from a family medicine residency in Berwyn, IL, and trained at MacNeal Hospital, a part of Loyola Medicine. Dr. Patel’s primary interests include working with underserved populations, women’s health, and infectious disease. She served as the Community Outreach Chair on the Diversity and Inclusion committee in residency and provided care to those struggling with homelessness with Loyola Street Medicine.

Hope Wechkin Hope is a hospice and palliative medicine physician who serves as the medical director of EvergreenHealth’s Home Care Services. Following seven years in primary care, she arrived at Evergreen in 2007, where she has overseen the growth of its Hospice and Palliative Medicine programs. She has also served for many years as a faculty member at the UW School of Medicine in its Chronic Care and Palliative Care clerkships.

Brian Lusby Brian Lusby is a second-year medical student at UWSOM who enjoys cooking and baking challah in his free time. He has a master’s with distinction in Medical Anthropology from the University of Edinburgh. He has worked at the intersection of homelessness and substance use in various roles over the last 6 years in Seattle.

Dr. Kevin Means Dr. Means is a resident physician at the Adult Medicine Clinic at Harborview Medical Center. His specialties include Internal Medicine. Dr. Means attended the UW Medical School. He was born and raised in Seattle, and after college, he served in the Peace Corps in Zambia. He enjoys spending time with family and friends and spending time outdoors.

Dr. Niran Al-Agba is Board Certified in Pediatrics with 20 years of experience seeing primary care patients on the Olympic Peninsula (a medically underserved area) in Washington State. She has received multiple awards for her clinical care.

Dr. John Dockins is fellowship trained and board-certified in obesity medicine and general surgery and has clinical experience with morbid obesity, obesity-related diseases, minimally invasive bariatric surgery, and esophagogastroduodenoscopy procedures.

Dr. Nancy Connolly is an Internal Medicine primary care doctor with over 20 years of experience treating patients in the outpatient setting. She is currently working for the University of Washington, outreaching to people suffering from homelessness

Dr. Kathleen Lin is a board-certified solo female fertility specialist providing fertility treatment to couples and individuals to fulfill their dreams of having a family, now and in the future.

Dr. Tracey Dabal is a new staff physician of ambulatory care in the Memphis VAMC.

Dr. Eric Rasmussen is an Internal Medicine physician and 25-year Navy veteran. Rasmussen is currently the CMO at Biotech, a Seattle biotech company.

Dr. Darcy Broughton focuses on reproductive endocrinology and infertility and is thrilled to help more male couples pursue parenthood.

Dr. Neeta Jain‘s approach is to treat each patient as her own child and wants to make a difference in Snoqualmie Valley as the area’s pediatrician.

Dr. Brendan Levy, Executive Medical Director at GoodRx, helps advance the mission of providing accessible and affordable healthcare as the clinical leader of the GoodRx Care telehealth platform.GoodRx gives all Americans — regardless of income or insurance status.

Dr. Kristopher Day specializing in plastic and facial surgery, and academic practice, Day brings a wealth of knowledge with him to his plastic surgery practice.

Dr. Stephanie Rothenberg is the co-founder of the Center for LGBTQ+ Fertility at Pacific Northwest Fertility, Rothenberg is passionate about fertility preservation, as well as providing compassionate and comprehensive LGBTQIA+ fertility care.

Dr. Daniel Kodner is a board-certified psychiatrist. He has practiced general adult psychiatry for more than 20 years.

Let us in on where you are heading next!