Dr. E

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Re : Dr. E

Postby angelical » Sat Apr 14, 637032 2:40 pm

I recently met Dr. Easterling at the HELLP Syndrome Society Symposium. He is a genuinely nice guy. I wish I'd had him as my peri!


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Re : Dr. E

Postby laura » Tue Apr 03, 637032 9:14 am

Dr. Easterling is at the University of Washington Medical Center- you can find a link to contact the clinic here:
http://www.uwmedicine.org/PatientCare/M ... /index.htm

I would call and ask to speak with one of the hypertension nurses, nurses who are very very good and work closely with the peris there. Good luck!

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Dr. E

Postby kdreher » Tue Apr 03, 637032 9:06 am

I have heard much mention about Dr. Easterling. Would anyone have a website or a way to contact him. I can not travel to Seattle at this time, but would love to read up on him and maybe contact him. I'm a bit behind on getting to know him, but would appreciate any help.

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