Emmanuel J. Eusebio, MD

"I want all of my patients to feel welcome, informed and comfortable with their care."

To schedule an appointment, you can visit www.PacMed.org, or call (206) 517-6700 .

  • Pediatrics
  • Northgate

Education: University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Training: University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center, Seattle, WA

Certification: American Board of Pediatrics
NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home Recognition
NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home Recognition, Level 3

Medical Interests: General pediatrics and sports medicine

Personal Interests: Outdoor activities including soccer, sailing, running and hiking

Languages Spoken: English

More information about Emmanuel J. Eusebio, MD: Dr. Eusebio has been named one of Seattle's best doctors of 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 by his peers. You can read more here.

Dr. Eusebio explains the most important immunizations to prepare your kids for school. Read more here.

Dr. Eusebio was interviewed by the Thurston Talk Blog on ways to get children ready to start the new school year. Read more here.

Dr. Eusebio was quoted in the Seattle Times on ways to keep kids active in the wintertime. Read more here.

Transitioning back to school is as much of a process for parents as it is for kids. Learn how to prepare early for back-to-school time with Dr. Eusebio's article, Avoid the September Shock: Prepare Now for Back-to-School, featured in City Living Seattle.

What are some of the challenges you might face as kids head outdoors this summer, and some tips to get you through them? Dr. Eusebio's article, Tips When Heading Outdoors with Kids, featured in the Wedgwood View has some great advice!

How can you keep your kids safe this spring? Dr. Eusebio's article, Outdoor Safety Tips for Your Children, featured in City Living Seattle has some great tips!

You can read Dr. Eusebio's article, "Bullying Doesn’t Take a Summer Break, here.

Dr. Eusebio was also featured in the ParentMap magazine blog, writing about "Protecting Your Child from Winter Illnesses." You can read the complete article here, on the ParentMap site.