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Psychiatric Medicine Associates is located in the West Lake Union Center at 1505 Westlake Ave N.The clinic suite can only be accessed by the WEST ELEVATORS which are located on the THIRD floor atrium in the back of the building, and are also accessible from the building’s parking garage, or by walking up the stairs after entering the building from the street. From the garage, take the WEST ELEVATORS to the 9th floor. There is NO ENTRY from Dexter Avenue (west side of the building).

The best way to contact us is to call the office 206-386-3103 during business hours so we can personally attend to your call. If you are unable to call, please fill out the form below and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

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"I view my relationships with my patients as an opportunity to work collaboratively to help them live the enriched life they desire." Read More

- Ashley Bouzis, M.D., Seattle, WA

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