Dr. Paul C. Creelman
I want to partner with you in your healthcare. This begins with our caring, considerate staff ready to listen to your needs. No answering machine, no talk to the computer, no just take a number. Our patients are much more than a blood pressure and a temperature. We believe in personal care delivered with trust and integrity.
My goal is to provide the best, and always honest, answer to your questions and problems given in a relationship that will allow you to smile, laugh, cry, and be comforted when you are hurting. We understand that pain is not just physical, but emotional and spiritual, as well. My compassion, caring, explaining, and counseling will continue, especially when critical illnesses arise. I hold to the absolute sanctity of life. Dying is a natural part of life that happens on its own schedule — one that we don’t determine.
Consider allowing us to be your conduit of information and care. I would like to help you explore low-cost alternatives to the same care without compromising the quality of care. As your healthcare advocate, I work hard to take the confusion, fear, and mystery out of your healthcare. I’m excited about the chance to treat, comfort, challenge, and encourage you and your family through both sickness and health. Our focus is to specialize in you.
After training at University of Washington Medical School, I continued with the affiliated Family Practice Program at the Seattle Doctor’s Hospital and Swedish Medical Center. Caring for newborns to grandparents, my special interests span the breadth of family medicine and pediatrics, treating, counseling, guiding, encouraging, confronting, urging.
University of Washington, BA in Chemistry 1972
University of Washington Medical School 1976
UW Affiliated Residency/Doctor’s Hospital 1979
AAFP Board Recertification 2007