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Gone are the days when doctors gave orders, we complied and were hesitant to ask questions or research options. Today we want to be partners with our doctors. We research what’s going on in the medical community, and we participate in decisions about health care for ourselves and our loved ones.

To aid in that research, and to help you navigate the rich landscape of medical resources available in your own backyard, the publishers of Seattle magazine, who have for 12 years published the authoritative Top Doctors feature, have created Seattle Health to provide relevant, easy-to-digest information on medical developments, service providers, clinics and more in the Puget Sound area—all intended to assist you in making important health care decisions.

Seattle Health will feature interviews with local health care experts, who provide in-depth information about health trends, treatment options and the latest techniques.

Each issue of Seattle Health will feature interviews with local health care experts, who provide in-depth information about health trends, treatment options and the latest techniques, like our story in this issue on joint replacement—it’s not just your grandmother’s surgery any longer (“Joint Effort,” page 24). We’ll get up close and a little personal with medical icons like Seattle Children’s legendary craniofacial surgeon Joseph Gruss, M.D. (“Face Time,” page 48). We’ll explore specialties that can help you deal with challenging situations (“Teen Spirit,” our story on adolescent medicine, on page 32) and tackle some tough questions about drug safety and other hot topics (“Propofol Primer,” page 10).

Though we’re proud to offer the community this resource—made excellent because of the experts among us—when dealing with health care, your most trusted and best resource is your doctor, and Seattle Health will never be a substitute for that relationship. The magazine will, however, give you the information you need to make the most of the relationship.

To your good health,

Sheila Mickool
Former editor, Seattle Health


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