Debra G. Wechter, MD, FACS
Breast Cancer, Surgery, Breast Surgery, Cancer, Breast Cancer Surgery, General Surgery
American Board of Surgery, 1986, 1994
University of California, Davis, 1980
General Surgery, University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, 1985
Hepatobiliary Pancreatic Surgery, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, 1989
Joined Virginia Mason
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Dr. Wechter - first did surgery on my left breast in 1993. She is beyond excellent!
Very good doctor.
Dr. Wechter is wonderful.
Dr. Wechter is outstanding! She simply can´t be beat.
Personal call from Dr. Wechter very impressive & helpful - gave me immed. lab results.
Never a bad experience.
I have always recommended VM and I speak highly of the team effort everyone provides.
Their wonderful job and service makes me fell confidence that I received treatment and good care at Virginia Mason´s Hospital.
Wonderful experience, but I especially enjoyed working with Dr. Wechter. Please also note, the anesthesiologist, Dr. Yuan was also very good & careful.
Wonderful experience for something not wonderful. I am very pleased with the dr.´s that have been assigned to my case. I feel I am being well cared for.
Dr. Wechter has provided me with compassionate, informative & professional care since I was first her patient 4 yrs ago.
I have already recommended him.
I appreciate the options dr. gave me for treatment.
I have been seeing Dr. Wechter since 2002 and have recommended many patients to her.
Dr. Wechter represents the best at VM - caring, knowledgeable, expedient and ultimately concerned about patient welfare.
All providers were caring, and highly competent.
She explained things well, some answers I did not get were because I needed to follow up with oncolgist.
This provider was seeing me for the first time. She was aloof and often seemed to be "talking down" to my husband and me. She was not a good listener. One the mammogram was complete & clear she was "done" with me even tho symptoms persist.
The most PERFECT DOCTOR one could want. #5. No medication needed.