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Kate Ness, MD, MS

Kate Ness, MD, MS

Endocrinology, Disorders of Sex Development

On staff since April 2009

Academic Title: Clinical Associate Professor


KellyLake Stevens, WA02.21.14
Dr. Ness is very kind and friendly and does her research on whatever condition your kiddo is facing. She is great with following up with you and makes you feel really cared about. She also travels alot to different Children's locations to make it easier for us out of towners to get more convenient medical care for our kiddos. Love her :)
TiffanyMarysville, WA08.22.13
Dr. Ness is fabulous! We are truly grateful for her patience, thoroughness and attention to detail. We have been patients of hers for 3 years. Thank you Dr. Ness!
AlexisFriday Harbor10.30.12
Dr.Ness is brilliant and kind.I have a four year old with Down Syndrome and she takes a lot of time and care with him and makes us both feel cared for and important.
SaraLake Stevens, WA02.08.12
Dr. Ness has always been up front with our son’s condition and treatment options. My husband and I like how she not only speaks to us but also to him directly. She greets him first, asks how he’s feeling/doing and then moves on to us. It makes him feel in control of the meetings and allows him to ask questions we may not know he has. She is always prompt, caring & her follow up is great. We transferred our care from Seattle due location and from our first meeting we knew we were in great hands. We would HIGHLY recommend her.
TaraLangley, Washington09.07.11
Dr. Ness is a very thorough and professional doctor that has great demeanor with my son. She listens very well to our observations and concerns. She also always follows up promptly with any information she has.
Recommend Dr. Kate Ness


Board Certification(s)
Pediatric Endocrinology
Medical/Professional School
Vanderbilt University, Nashville
Vanderbilt University, Nashville
Pediatrics, Vanderbilt Children's Hospital, Nashville
Pediatric Endocrinology, Vanderbilt Children's Hospital, Nashville


Evaluation of short stature in children.
Pediatric annals , 2013 Nov: 42(11)217-22
Metabolic control and bone health in adolescents with type 1 diabetes.
International journal of pediatric endocrinology , 2011 Oct 26: 2011(1)13
Increased circulating IL-8 is associated with reduced IGF-1 and related to poor metabolic control in adolescents with type 1 diabetes mellitus.
Cytokine , 2009 Dec: 290-4
Glucokinase gene locus transgenic mice are resistant to the development of obesity-induced type 2 diabetes.
Diabetes , 2001 Mar: 50(3)622-9
A targeted glucocorticoid receptor antisense transgene increases thymocyte apoptosis and alters thymocyte development.
Immunity , 1995 Nov: 3(5)647-56

Primary Office

Seattle Children's
OC.7.820 - Endocrinology
4800 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105

Additional Offices

Seattle Children's Everett
CE - Suite 100
900 Pacific Ave
Everett, WA 98201
Seattle Children's Wenatchee
526 N Chelan Ave
Suite B
Wenatchee, WA 98801

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