Elisa Washburn, DO

4.7 out of 5
  • Family Medicine
    (Board Certified)
Family Medicine – Doyle Park
510 Doyle Park Dr.
Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Accepting New Patients
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Family Medicine – Doyle Park
510 Doyle Park Dr.
Santa Rosa, CA 95405
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(707) 303-8360
(707) 303-8361
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Medical Groups & Affiliations
  • St. Joseph Health Medical Group
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    Specialties & Education

    Primary Specialties
    • Family Medicine
      (Board Certified)
    Areas of Interest

    Adult and Adolescent Medicine
    Bio Identical Hormones
    Diabetes & Thyroid Disorders
    Inpatient Medicine
    Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment
    Smoking Cessation
    Women’s Health

  • Biography



    Dr. Washburn is an osteopathic physician who is board certified in family practice. Originally from Maine, she completed her medical training in California and now considers it her true home. She enjoys family practice because it enables her to care for her patients' medical needs over the span of their lives, and considers this relationship an honor. Dr. Washburn values partnering with her patients and helping educate them to make the best decisions for their health.

    American Academy of Family Physicians
    American Osteopathic Association
    Board Certification in Family Practice
    Cranial Academy
    Areas of Expertise
    Family Medicine
  • 31-May-2018
    Not enough time to do any check up. No blood tests, or anything other than referral to physical therapy.
    I've seen many drs. in my life & I can say for sure. *Dr. Washburn is "tops" as a dr. I am so blessed having her my dr. There are times that 15 min. alotted visit time is just not enough - i.e., the "good" rating above.
    After she explained things about my past blood work, maybe 3 & 4 minutes, I stopped her and said, "I'm here today about this ongoing COUGH I have."
    She's the smartest PCP I've ever had. And so kind.
    We talked about my medications. With a lot on my mind about numerous other things, I couldn't remember one specific detail we discussed about a new medication she advised me to take daily. Having a printed summary sheet handed to me as I checked out with the details of her advisements would be helpful. This was a very useful item I received from a previous doctor a few years ago. It was very helpful as these details were bullet pointed and I could refer back to it at home as needed. Saved on phone calls back to the doctor's office.
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