Sandra Sultan, MD

Gynecologist located in Bellevue, WA

About Dr. Sandra Sultan

Sandra Sultan, MD, is board-certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and now practicing gynecology only. This includes women of all ages with menstrual problems, irregular periods, contraceptive management, procreative management, infertility with early evaluation and natural treatment, and natural treatment of menopause. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at UCLA (the University of California at Los Angeles) and her Medical Degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine. She had a rotating internship involving all major fields of medicine at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, where she delivered over 300 babies in her 2-month rotation in Obstetrics. That’s when Lamaze started, and women had much more control over their deliveries. Then she decided to go into Obstetrics and Gynecology and completed a residency at Kaiser Sunset in Los Angeles.

By the end of the first year of residency, she had delivered 1000 babies, including the deliveries during her internship. She stopped counting after that. She worked at Kaiser West Los Angeles for 4 years. The smog and congestion got too bad, so she moved to Seattle because she loves the rain and especially the fresh air after it rains. After that, she was at Group Health Central in Seattle and then Group Health in Redmond, which became Group Health Bellevue. She then went into private practice just as Group Health became Kaiser. She practiced at Issaquah OB/GYN for 3 years and then at the Women’s Center in Bellevue for about 2 ½ year. She is practicing in Bellevue, Washington at Eastside Medical Park Women’s Group. She was a UW clinical professor and in charge of the U of W medical students in their OB/GYN rotation for about 35 years when she was with Group Health. She received the National Teacher of the Year Award at that time. Her love of teaching is also expressed with her patients. She believes that patient education and individualization of care are of utmost importance in her relationship with patients. She believes a woman should be advised of all options for her care. After discussing all options, a woman should decide which is the best choice for herself.

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Sandra Sultan, MD, is board-certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and now practicing gynecology only. This includes women of all ages with menstrual problems, irregular periods, contraceptive management, procreative management, infertility with early evaluation and natural treatment, and natural treatment of menopause. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at UCLA (the University of California at Los Angeles) and her Medical Degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine. She had a rotating internship involving all major fields of medicine at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, where she delivered over 300 babies in her 2-month rotation in Obstetrics. That’s when Lamaze started, and women had much more control over their deliveries. Then she decided to go into Obstetrics and Gynecology and completed a residency at Kaiser Sunset in Los Angeles.

By the end of the first year of residency, she had delivered 1000 babies, including the deliveries during her internship. She stopped counting after that. She worked at Kaiser West Los Angeles for 4 years. The smog and congestion got too bad, so she moved to Seattle because she loves the rain and especially the fresh air after it rains. After that, she was at Group Health Central in Seattle and then Group Health in Redmond, which became Group Health Bellevue. She then went into private practice just as Group Health became Kaiser. She practiced at Issaquah OB/GYN for 3 years and then at the Women’s Center in Bellevue for about 2 ½ year. She is practicing in Bellevue, Washington at Eastside Medical Park Women’s Group. She was a UW clinical professor and in charge of the U of W medical students in their OB/GYN rotation for about 35 years when she was with Group Health. She received the National Teacher of the Year Award at that time. Her love of teaching is also expressed with her patients. She believes that patient education and individualization of care are of utmost importance in her relationship with patients. She believes a woman should be advised of all options for her care. After discussing all options, a woman should decide which is the best choice for herself.


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