Psychiatric Medicine Associates Psychiatric Medicine Associates

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Our psychiatric team has the expertise to treat adults with many different mental health conditions. These include depression, generalized anxiety, insomnia, panic disorder, phobias, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), bipolar disorder, attention deficit disorder (ADD), PTSD, and addiction. We also provide care for emotional issues that arise during and after pregnancy or other life transitions. 

The best way to reach our staff is to call the office at 206-386-3103 during business hours to receive personal and efficient attention to your inquiry. 

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(206) 386-3103

Office Hours

Monday-Thursday 8am-5pm, Friday 8am-4pm

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If you are experiencing an emergency after business hours, call 911 or go to your nearest Emergency Room. 

The King County Crisis Line phone number is (206) 461-3222.

Patient Portal

Established patients can click here to access the secure patient portal. In the patient portal you can send secure messages to you physician, complete the questionnaires and confirm appointments.  The log in is your full email address.

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