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      Seattle Main Campus Location:
      Buck Pavilion Level 8

General Internal Medicine

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Virginia Mason’s general internists are personal physicians who provide long-term, comprehensive care in the office and the hospital, managing both common illnesses and complex problems for adolescents, adults and the elderly.

Care by a Virginia Mason internist is characterized by extensive knowledge and skill in diagnosis and treatment; by the humanistic qualities of integrity, support, sensitivity and compassion; and by personal commitment to patients.

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If you have not received a Tdap vaccination or you're not sure, talk with your primary care provider during your next visit. If you don't have a primary care provider, consider making an appointment to establish care at Virginia Mason.

Making an Appointment in General Internal Medicine
To make an appointment or for information, please call the appropriate clinic.

Please have your medical record number or social security number handy — it helps us locate your medical record quickly and schedule your appointment efficiently.

Need medical attention but cannot leave home or it’s the middle of the night? Virginia Mason Virtual Care Clinic is easy, fast and affordable. Caregivers are on call, via phone or video chat, 24/7 to treat minor or routine medical conditions like cold, flu, rash or infections. And no appointment is necessary.

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General Internal Medicine Services
Our internists offer comprehensive adult medicine and preventive health care, including physical exams and the diagnosis and treatment of common ailments and their complications.

Virginia Mason internists consult with surgeons, when surgical management is indicated. Our well-trained internists are unique in their ability to deliver care with great professional expertise and often act as consultants to other specialists.

Please see Your Visit for answers to frequently asked questions.