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On staff since July 2012
Bridget is the most helpful Nurse our family has ever met. We were under such high stress with our daughter's second seizure and approached Nurse Practitioner Bridget at Seattle Childrens - she was extremely patient, knowledgeable and above all helped us in getting diagnostic appointments personally speaking to the diagnostics personnel. She followed through with prompt calls and importantly, she did not pressure us into decisions, she provided us with information and even offered alternatives. Thanks Bridget, you are wonderful and we are lucky to have you take care of our daughter!!
Bridget Cota is very caring and takes the time to really listen. She was very easy to talk to and followed up with us with a phone call.
My son is seeing Bridget for chronic headaches and I highly recommend her. She is a great listener, she offers many support options, she is very knowledgeable, and she relates well to my 11-year-old son. She has taken the time out of her schedule to make sure we are doing okay and offered her help in many instances. She is very professional, compassionate, and a pleasure to be with. I am thankful my son is in her care.
In September 2012, my daughter and I were back at Children's once again for an EEG stay which becomes extremely long at times for both for us. Bridget promised to come back one day at the end of her shift and read to my daughter ... And she did! Her visits were the highlight of our days there. So appreciate her over-and-above attitude of caring for patients' (and families') well-being.
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