Endocrinology, Puberty, Turner Syndrome
On staff since August 2012
Children's Title: Co-Director, Turner Syndrome Clinic
Academic Title: Acting Instructor
Language (Other than English): Spanish
My son has Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia and has been under the care of physicians at Children's Hospital Seattle for 7 years. Dr. DiBlasi has been caring for my son for approximately 2 years now, and I appreciate her attention to detail, careful planning regarding his care, and ability to explain each step along the way to us as parents but also to inform my son so he understands his care as well. She is a diligent caregiver, interested in children as a whole - not just from a clinical perspective. Because this disease has different impacts at various growth points in their lives, I appreciate her ability to always verify that we understand where we are, explains the next steps, and if we need to make any modifications to care or medicine she always make certain that know why and how (if) it will impact his daily life. I would highly recommend Dr. DiBlasi to anyone - we've been more than pleased with everything she does.
University of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires City
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OC.7.820 - Endocrinology
4800 Sand Point Way NE
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TRIC - Suite 204
900 Stevens Dr.
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12800 Bothell-Everett Hwy
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