Dr. Jennifer Heydt is a general otolaryngologist who cares for a broad range of ENT issues such as sinus surgery, thyroid and parathyroid surgery, as well as pediatric concerns such as tonsils. She specializes in functional endoscopic sinus surgery as well as minimally invasive thyroid and parathyroid surgery.
I strive to thoroughly listen to my patient's concerns so that any treatment options they are given truly address the issue that is important to the patient. I view the doctor patient relationship as a collaboration in which the patient understands all of their options and is able to make informed choices abut their healthcare.
I chose medicine because I am drawn to alleviating peoples' suffering, helping them improve their lives. I love living in the PNW with my husband and two children where we enjoy snow skiing, live music, boating, hiking, tennis and finding new restaurants.
In the Community
I volunteer at my childrens' school. I am also involved in fund raising for Pike Place Market and Hamomi Children's Center.
University of California San Diego School of Medicine | San Diego, CA
University of Washington (head and neck surgery) | Seattle, WA
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30 patients rated this physician.
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Reviewed on December 18, 2019 I have seen Dr. Heydt over several years. My only issue was that I went to her Proliance office - and then had to go to her other office in the main hospital complex on the 4th floor.
Reviewed on January 30, 2019 A great doctor. Wish I had seen her first!!
Reviewed on November 6, 2019 Provider had average bedside manner but I did not feel that she spent enough time w/me. Felt rushed did not receive genuine care or explanation of all my options for treatment.
Reviewed on February 26, 2020 Dismissive - not interested in all woman's chronic condition - didn't listen.