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     Dr. Sumeet Subherwal.
He will join our cardiology department in April of 2015.

Dr. Subherwal earned his medical degree from the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine in Irvine, and subsequently completed his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from the UC Ir...

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Brian Kumasaka, MD


Brian-KumasakaDr. Kumasaka is a native Washingtonian. He grew up in West Seattle, went to the University of Washington for undergraduate studies in Biology and medical school, graduating from medical school in 1988. He trained in Internal Medicine at Providence Medical Center, Portland and Virginia Mason Medical Center before returning to the UW to complete his training in Dermatology. Prior to joining Southlake Clinic in 2001, he practiced at Virginia Mason in Federal Way. He remains on the clinical faculty at the UW medical school and has served as the president of the Pacific Northwest Dermatological Society.

Dr. Kumasaka is board-certified in Dermatology. His interests are in medical dermatology. This includes diagnosis and treatment of rashes, skin cancers and other conditions of the skin, hair and nails. He treats adults as well as children. His practice is based in Renton and he also sees patients in our Kent clinic.

Dr. Kumasaka lives in Seattle with his wife and three daughters. He enjoys the outdoors, golfing, skiing and playing tennis.

Undergraduate: University of Washinton
Medical School: University of Washington
Residency:  Virginia Mason Medical Center
Fellowship: University of Washington

Talbot Professional Center
4011 Talbot Road South, Suite 460
Renton, WA 98055
P: (425) 271-5345
F: (425) 277-9342

24604 104th Avenue Southeast, Suite 101
Kent, WA 98030
P: (253) 395-2001
F: (253) 852-8012

Get comprehensive care and treatment of skin diseases, including carcinomas and dermatitis. Call Southlake Clinic at (425) 251-5110 or fill out our online Request an Appointment form to schedule your consultation with Dr. Brian Kumasaka.