During the visit, I received a breast exam which I was not informed about. Trivedi is very professional and I appreciate her explaning everything in detail. Training at Seattle Indian Health Board is an ideal opportunity for applicants to work in a unique, cultural environment and for those considering a career in providing health care to American Indians and Alaska Natives or other underserved populations in either rural or urban settings. Her work has included oral health, chronic disease, and maternal and child health. In 1988 he was awarded the Harvard University Health Professionals fellowship and attended Harvard University to study neurology and public health. In these roles she also works with American Indian and Alaska Native tribes and organizations to identify health research priorities and with health researchers to ensure research is done in a manner that respects tribal sovereignty and is culturally appropriate.
His professional interests include addressing disparities in access to health services as well promoting health equity. She then worked for the University of Michigan Hospital System as a genetic epidemiologist specifically researching the genomics and biological mechanisms of pediatric nephrotic syndrome. His research interests include tuberculosis and other infectious diseases, as well as public health surveillance and antibiotic resistance. Andrew finds great meaning in working in the world of Native health. She knows her business and is incredibly knowledgeable.
Crisandra also has a Bachelor degree in Cellular Biology from the University of Kansas. Socia Love-Thurman Delaware,Yuchi, Cherokee , Family Medicine Residency Director at. Raksha Trivedi is a board certified obstetrician and gynecologist. He was born and raised on the Makah reservation where he was surrounded in the traditional culture with respect to the Straits of Juan de Fuca and vast forest. He has worked in public health since he was 18 years old, starting with a summer public health internship before becoming a student research assistant for Partnerships for Native Health at Washington State University-Spokane. Tom is a graduate of the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and minor in American Indian Studies. I will continue to see her in the years to come.
The doctor only minimally answered my questions. . The nurse before her took an eternity to go through all of the forms I filled out. The dr wasn't listening to my needs and my opinions. After receiving his degree, Tom returned home and was a Prevention Specialist and administrative assistant to the Integrative Health Director for Sophie Trettevick Indian Health Center.
Her hope is that by changing a little piece of her world, she can then encourage others to change a part of theirs. She received my Master of Public Health from the University of Kansas Medical Center. Today, Tom strives to serve American Indian and Alaska Native people by providing opportunities to improve their overall health and wellness. Since then, he has worked extensively in public health monitoring, evaluation, research, and quality improvement, including a stint as a Global Health Corps Fellow with Partners In Health in Rwanda, East Africa. And a lot of senior Indian citizens in Seattle can't speak good English and they're happy visiting a doctor who speaks their language. He also completed a ten-week traineeship in Aotearoa New Zealand that included a research project to critically analyze biological specimen sample collection practices for cultural safety and responsiveness. I felt as though my visit revolved more around what they could bill my insurance for than what my actual health concerns were.
Trivedi was amazing, she is a fabulous doctor. I also felt very judged by the nurse. He holds a Masters of Peace and Justice from University of San Diego California , and a Bachelors of Integrated Studies in Social Work, History, and Political Science from Weber State University Utah. He enjoys spending time with his family and traveling and traveling to spend time with his family. The medical assistant didn't listen well, and the doctor asked me every single question the med assistant had asked me before she came in.
If you have concerns she will check you out and give you honest answers. Her passion is promoting and elevating behavioral health services, natural wellness, traditional medicine, and cultural embodiment. Unfortunately, the anxiety was proven valid by the lack of communication given by the staff at Dr. The staff was not ignorant to this being my first visit and they should have informed me themselves. I have always believed that the staff is a big part what makes an office experience pleasant. He is the author of the Voices Amidst Conflict Project, a qualitative research study that explored the intersection of sexual identity formation and armed conflict among gay men in Northern Ireland. Seattle Indian Health Board fosters the next generation of doctors specializing in culturally appropriate care for their patients.
She has been practicing at Northwest Hospital since 1981. Seattle Indian Doctors Indians, whether young, middle-aged or old, generally tend to be more comfortable consulting Indian doctors. Outside of work she enjoys doing beadwork and making regalia. If the staff is happy then patients will be comfortable and that is exactly what I felt. If you are looking for a doctor and staff to keep you well informed and comforted, I would look elsewhere. I respond best to health professionals that are knowledgeable and teach me how to better take care of myself. She was very knowledable and her bedside manner was comforting.
I recommend her to anyone who wants excellent care and attention for their health needs. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Professional Writing from York College of Pennsylvania in 2008 and, after some time off from school, received her Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Pacific University in 2015. Matt is a member of the American Public Health Association and the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists. Joshua is an avid traveler, an actor, a Quaker, and something of a paradox. She is originally from Shiprock, New Mexico, and grew up on the Navajo Reservation.