Dhavan Parikh, MD
“I believe in patient-centered medicine, where above all, doing what’s right for the patient comes first.”
I joined The Everett Clinic in July, 2015, and was previously working in Sacramento, CA. In addition to general gastroenterology, I have a special interest in management and treatment of Barrett’s esophagus, pancreatic-biliary disease (bile duct stones, strictures, bile duct and pancreatic cancers).
I was drawn to the practice of medicine by the power of the patient-physician relationship, and the ability to care for others in a way that is both personal and lasting. My goal is to be able to provide my patients with the best possible care, in the most comfortable environment. I encourage patients to ask questions and engage with me so I can better serve their needs.
Time with family, traveling, hiking, reading, writing.
Why The Everett Clinic?
I am proud to belong to an institution that is committed to delivering patient-centered healthcare and foremost, doing what is best for the patient. This is in line with the way I want to practice medicine.