Natalia Usoltseva, M.D., is a board certified physician, Clinic Chief at UW Medicine Primary & Urgent Care at Ballard, and a UW instructor of General Internal Medicine.
Dr. Usoltseva truly believes in the benefits of working with a patient as a team, based on listening and open communication. She is dedicated to providing the best care, tailored to each patient, with an evidence-based approach and scientific knowledge. She personally believes in the importance of preventive medicine and strives to provide patients with all the necessary tools for good health.
Dr. Usoltseva earned her M.D. at the Siberian State Medical University in Russia. She is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Her clinical and research interests include the practice of health promotion, preventive medicine and care and treatment for men and women during health and illness.
In her spare time Dr. Usoltseva enjoys hiking, skiing with her husband and children, jogging and reading modern and classic literature.