Robert E. Andre, MD
“I treat my patients as I would treat my family, with dignity and respect.”
I want to do what is best for my patients and provide the highest quality of care. I treat my patients as I would treat my family, with dignity and respect. I see myself as an educator, here to provide my patients with the knowledge they need to make the best decisions regarding treatment. Gynecology can sometimes be very confusing and complex, however many times there are multiple treatment options available. By educating my patients, they can find the best treatment option for their unique circumstances.
OB/GYN is a wonderful specialty. I've had fantastic experiences over the years delivering my patients' babies. I have been able to follow some of my patients for decades, providing primary care, which has given me great satisfaction.
Since limiting my practice in 2004 to gynecology patients only, I have focused on gynecologic surgery--minimally invasive gynecologic surgery in particular. Minimally invasive surgery has allowed my patients to have a faster recovery with less pain, less bleeding and fewer side effects compared to gynecologic surgery through a larger abdominal incision. My patients have benefited from this expertise and I see many of their friends who require similar care.
Why The Everett Clinic?
I got to know the physicians at The Everett Clinic while completing my residency at the University of Washington. I discerned the high quality of the physicians in the OB/GYN department, which prompted me to choose it as my place to practice. The Everett Clinic has excellent physicians and staff that enable me to help coordinate my patients' care.