Alexander Park, MD


"I believe the best medical care requires a combination of the latest knowledge blended with a compassionate, individualized approach. My goal is that patients feel comfortable and well-informed in the pursuit of better health by partnering with me."

To schedule an appointment, you can visit www.PacMed.org, or call (206) 505-1101 .

Practices
  • Internal Medicine
Locations
  • First Hill

Education: BA, Johns Hopkins University
MD, Yale University School of Medicine

Training: 2012 Internal Medicine Residency, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
2008 NASPGHAN/CDHNF Research Fellowship
2008 Vernon M. Lippard Research Fellowship

Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine

Medical Interests: The full breadth of adult internal medicine with a focus on primary care, preventive medicine, and the management of chronic diseases including with geriatric populations.

Personal Interests: Classical music, healthy cooking, landscape photography, exercise, quality time with family and friends

Languages Spoken: English

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Dr. Park has been recognized by the NCQA's Diabetes Recognition Program.

Dr. Park has been named one of Seattle's best doctors in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 by his peers. You can read more here.

Click here to listen to Dr. Park speak on KOMO News Radio about spring allergies.

Dr. Park's article, "Take Advantage of Autumn to Get Healthy," was featured in City Living Seattle. You can read it here.

Dr. Park appeared on KOMO 4 News to explain what e-cigarettes are, what we know about the health risks, and how to start a conversation with your kids about them. Watch below!

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Dr. Park received the 2012 Tina Juul-Dam Memorial Primary Care Award upon completing his training at the University of Washington, recognizing his dedication to primary care internal medicine and patient care.

He has also been the recipient of the following recognitions:
Dr. Park is a Clinical Instructor of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine, University of Washington.