Jason Law, MSN, ARNP
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Behavioral Pediatrics, Psychiatry
Family Nurse Practitioner, American Association of Nurse Practitioners
Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse, American Nurses Credentialing Center
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Seton Hall University, South Orange, N.J., 2006
Masters of Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner, Seattle University, Seattle, 2011
Joined Virginia Mason
All ratings are submitted by Virginia Mason patients and are verified by an independent, national patient survey company. Ratings are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score. Learn about the ratings.
All comments are submitted by Virginia Mason patients and are verified by an independent, national patient survey company. Patient comments are displayed in their entirety and patients are de-identified to protect confidentiality and privacy. Learn about the comments.
Jason Law is excellent. Your survey, however, is abusive to patients in how very long and tedious it is. also the results are not managed in a way that allows the provider to get feedback without being punished by sifting through all provider results. I´m opting out from all future surveys.
Jason has always been excellent and has great rapport with our family.
Jason Law is extremely helpful, informative, courteous, empathetic and kind. Excellent!! #1. Excellent.
Jason is the best around
I really liked how he tried to include my daughter in the conversation.
Jason is awesome! I recommend him to anyone struggling with ADD/ADHD. I was diagnosed years before I saw Jason but he is the only provider who helped me truly understand my ADD.
Jason law is fantastic with kids and .....
Jason Law is great with kids and parents - and I am a mental health professional myself -
Mr. Law introduced himself to my son, said few vague pleasantries, then ignored him for the rest of the visit. Truly, I have no idea why my son was asked to be there. Following a very brief overview of his diagnosis, which was not explained to my worried son, I remarked that I would be pursuing behavioral therapy rather than medication. At which point, I was given a list of referrals & the appointment ended. I felt shoved out when I made it clear we did not want medication.