Jeanine Rossell, PA-C
Specialties: Internal Medicine, Primary Care
Education: University of Utah School of Medicine, Physician Assistant Studies
Certifications: Physician Assistant, National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
Professional Membership: American Academy of Physician Assistants
About Jeanine: Jeanine started her career in emergency medicine as a professional firefighter and emergency medical technician (EMT). After 10 years with the Redmond Fire Department in Washington, she chose to expand her medical knowledge and attend the University of Utah School of Medicine Physician Assistant Program. She completed an internship with the Veteran Affairs Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah and focused her interest in internal medicine and cardiology. After several years in Utah, she returned home to the Pacific Northwest to practice as a PA-C.
Philosophy of Patient Care: Jeanine feels it is a privilege to care for patients. She aims to provide excellent medical care founded in the most current evidence-based medicine. She encourages her patients to be actively involved in their health care and is continually looking for the best ways to serve patients’ health needs.
Personal Interests: Jeanine loves the adventure of the outdoors, travel and food. She shares a home in Seattle with her husband and their rescue dog. They spend much of their free time on the Olympic Peninsula logging their property to build a cordwood masonry cabin. She enjoys baking and has a weakness for homemade cake. Her travel bucket list includes paddling the Amazon to see the pink river dolphins.