Natalie Higgins, MD
“I went into medicine to make a difference in people's lives. There is no better reward than the gratitude of a happy, healthy patient.”
The most wonderful part of my job is interacting with patients, listening to their concerns and using my expertise to give them exemplary, compassionate care with the best possible treatment outcome.
Why The Everett Clinic?
I chose The Everett Clinic because it's a multispecialty group that provides the well-rounded, integrated care all patients deserve. My first priority is taking care of patients the right way, and that value is strongly reflected in The Everett Clinic's core values.
Comparison of epidermal morphologic response to commercial antiwrinkle agents in the hairless mouse
Dallas Rhinoplasty: Nasal Surgery by the Masters
Retrograde Endoscopic Dilation of Chemotherapy and Radiation Induced Esophageal Stenosis Under Direct Visualization
A case of Pleomorphic Adenoma of the Parotid Gland Metastasizing to a Mediastinal Lymph Node
Aberrant facial nerve
Factors that predict the need for intubation in patients with smoke inhalation injury
West Nile Virus Induced Vocal Fold Paralysis
Kaposi's Sarcoma of an Intraparotid Lymph Node Leading to a Diagnosis of HIV
Pediatric Hemophilic Pseudotumor of the Paranasal Sinus
Biomechanical efficiency is decreased in heart failure during low level steady state and maximal ramp exercise
Oxygen Cost of Exercise Is Increased in Heart Failure After Accounting for Recovery Costs
The effect of acute norepinephrine infusion on oxygen consumption and efficiency during steady state exercise in congestive heart failure
Effects of acute norepinephrine infusion on the exercise capacity of congestive heart failure patients and normals