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  • 1.Medline PHS

    4179 70th Ave E


    26.74 mi

  • 2.Medline Industries Inc

    4800 E Valley Hwy E


    27.57 mi

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By: Wendy J.
Ednea A Simon, Other
We have had exemplary care with Dr. Simon. She communicates information in a clear and conscience fashion. She shows lots of care and concern for our son's health. I have recommended and will continue to recommend Dr. Simon to others.
By: Sape S.
Indaba Center
They are very helpful and it was a pleasure to work with them. Thank you for your awesome work. I'll definitely use there help in the future.
By: Isai G.
Ednea A Simon, Other
The doctor is very professional, understanding and knows exactly what she is talking about and doing. I have a couple years being her patient and would definitely recommend her to anyone .
By: S B.
Ednea A Simon, Other
I cannot say enough about our experience with Dr. Simon. She is very well educated in her field, takes time to explain things and listen to our concerns and always has given the best care to Audrey as possible. She is compassionate, caring and goes above and beyond always. We love Dr. Simon! I highly recommend her!
By: Melanie H.
Ednea A Simon, Other
We love Dr. Simon. She has been with us since she was born and she always listens and gives great medical input!
By: Lisa J.
Ednea A Simon, Other
Dr. Simon and her staff are truly amazing! We have seen most of the neurologists in Seattle and she is by far our favorite! Great staff, comfortable office, and top notch medical service!
By: Elizabeth S.
Ednea A Simon, Other
Es una doctora q me a ayudado con la especialidad de mi Hilo y me a encantado el ciudad of q a teen idol con mi Hilo Es toy contents con el trato medico q tienen en sea clinica gracias ante Mano.
By: Shannon L.
Ednea A Simon, Other
I love this office and Dr. Simon. They are always so accomodating to us especially considering the fact that we live out of town. Everyone here has been so helpful to us and we will forever be thankful for the help and care we have received for our daughter. Thank you so much!
By: Kassandra M.
Ednea A Simon, Other
I have been with her for years. She is amazing. I appreciate how helpful she is and how descriptive she is.
By: Blair S.
Ednea A Simon, Other
What can I say. Dr. Simon is fantastic! She is kind, thoughtful, an amazing listener, and is extremely professional. We hold Dr. Simon in the highest regard.
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A physician's assistant is a person qualified to perform routine medical services. This individual is professionally licensed and certified, but they may not have the extensive med school education of a doctor.That said, PAs do complete almost three years of postgraduate study and more than 2,000 hours of rotations.

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