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Nataly Pasumansky DNP, ARNP

Nataly has been a nurse practitioner for nearly 15 years, caring for patients in Israel and the U.S. Her experience and education are instrumental in ensuring patients’ comfort and well-being throughout treatment. She takes pride in listening to your concerns to be a more effective partner in your medical care. She is passionate about providing quality care for families and places a strong emphasis on health maintenance and disease prevention.

Nataly joined Advanced Family Medicine in 2005 and has been providing medical and preventive care for patients of all ages ever since. Her areas of expertise include pediatrics, women’s health, diabetes care, vitamin D deficiency.

Background

Nataly began her medical carrier in 1997 as a Registered Nurse in Israel before moving to the U.S. where she has worked in Neonatal intensive care, maternity and geriatric rehabilitation units. She is the author of a chapter on diabetes in the book “Caring for the Vulnerable” (Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2005) and she directed a Vitamin D deficiency study at the University of Washington where she achieved her doctorate.

Degrees and Certifications

Board Certified in Family Practice. Bachelors of Science in Nursing (University of Jerusalem, 1997), Masters of Science in Nursing (Seattle University, 2003), Doctorate of Nursing Practice (University of Washington, 2010).


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2007 152 Ave NE,
Redmond, WA 98052
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Phone: 425.453-6838

Mon to Fri: 7:30am to 5:30pm


Testimonials


"I have known Nataly Pasumansky for five years. She is extremely caring and supported me through multiple medical challenges, always giving me plenty of attention."

— Almira Langston


"Nataly is very knowledgeable and always take the time to explain and educate me about my health problems."

— Helen Zastavnyuk