D. Millie Nandi-Munshi, MD

D. Millie  Nandi-Munshi, MD

Endocrinology and Diabetes, Thyroid Program

On staff since October 2013

Children's Title: Medical Director

Academic Title: Clinical Associate Professor, Pediatrics

    • Cecelia poulsbo 02.20.21

      I am so grateful to have her be a big part in my daughter's ongoing care for her diagnosis and the holistic approach and patience demonstrated by the care team is a blessing. It shows that she really cares, empathizes with emotional aspect for the patient and family. Each provider took their time helping us understand our next steps and what it meant in regards to ongoing monitoring for my daughter, a chronic condition that fares best with continuity of care. She was worth the wait of so many months to finally start getting answers. A blessing to our health care system.

    • Holly Sedro Woolley, WA 08.20.15

      My son teen son was hesitant to give up his 1st Diabetes doctors but connected with Dr. Mille Nandi Munshi right away. He enjoys her fun personality & trusts her. His favorite nurse continues to be Amanda, who he has looked up to since he was 1st diagnosed.

    • Faisal Seattle WA 98118 08.04.14

      In my humble opinion -the Seattle Children Hospital is the best place for Kids, when our family was faced with competing challenges as a family we believe we given the best advice. In addition to our previous excellent experiences with this fabulous Institution- I am very pleased with her understanding of our difficult situation - Dr.Nandi-Munshi puts the patient's first - and bureaucracy next. Thank you very much Dr.Nandi-Munshi for being yet another shinning star among daughter's line of Stars (Dr.Ismail, Nurse Barbara, Ashley and entire Endocrinology).

    • Tonya Bonney Lake, WA 03.24.14

      Dr. Nandi-Munshi was very thorough and very discreet while working with our 5 year old daughter who did not understand the reasons for her visit. I never felt rushed and I felt completely heard and supported.

  • Other Publications

    • Nandi-Munshi D, Tridgell A, Taplin CE
      Acute ovarian torsion and primary hypothyroidism.
      23753092 Pediatrics, 2013 July : 132(1)e233-8
    • Kubicky RA, Dunne C, Nandi-Munshi D, De Luca F
      Long-term effects of a non-intensive weight program on body mass index and metabolic abnormalities of obese children and adolescents.
      22682162 International journal of pediatric endocrinology, 2012 Jun 8 : 201216 PMCID:PMC3583120


Board Certification(s)

Pediatric Endocrinology

Medical/Professional School

University Of Medicine & Dentistry Of New Jersey, Newark, NJ
University of Washington School of Public Health, Seattle, WA


St. Christopher's Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, PA


Seattle Children's Hospital, Seattle, WA