Victoria Eppelbaum, PA-C

Victoria Eppelbaum, PA-C

Victoria Eppelbaum, PA-C

  • Physician Assistant, Fred Hutch
  • Teaching Associate, University of Washington School of Medicine

“I always try my best to help make sure everyone feels comfortable, no matter what the situation is.”

— Victoria

What brought you to Fred Hutch and to your role?

I thought it would be an interesting way for me to be able to provide support and encouragement to women and to anyone with breast concerns. It is such a truly vulnerable time in people’s lives.

What do you hope it's like to work with you, from a patient's perspective?

I hope patients feel safe and comfortable with me. I try to do whatever I can to foster an environment that is supportive.

Provider Background

Breast health
I am a certified physician assistant who sees patients at the South Lake Union Clinic Breast Health Clinic.

I like being able to establish and be a part of an environment of respect among both colleagues and patients.

Diseases Treated

Breast Cancer

Breast Health



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