Sarah Pinney, MD
"I aspire not only to provide care, but to care about every child, every problem, every person, from the heart."
My mission as a pediatrician is to serve the children and families of my community by providing compassionate, quality primary healthcare that fosters family partnerships, cultivates a secure medical home, and encourages healthy and happy kids.
Working with children is so full of joy, and hope, and purpose for me. I am passionate about the health of kids and helping them achieve their greatest dreams by supporting their growth and development through health promotion and disease prevention.
I am committed to caring for each individual child in my office at any given moment as well as advocating for those children who need a voice. Children are our future and I am honored to help foster their health and development.
The Bruce M. Garber Memorial Award for outstanding senior resident.
"The untimely death of Dr. Bruce M. Garber on November 5th, 1977 is memorialized by family, friends, and colleagues with an annual award. It is presented to the senior resident who best displays Bruce's love of life, medicine, and especially children; who gives an effort to each patient as Bruce would have given, without question and without hesitation; who shows an ability to rise above adversity; and who has the attitude and concern, compassion and energy to achieve as Bruce would have aspired."
Why The Everett Clinic?
Caring for children really does take a village and The Everett Clinic fosters the same community and family partnership I experienced in my training. Doing what's right for each patient is at the heart of the Clinic and I am privileged to be a part of this team.