After thousands of deliveries, Dickson has private practice

Dr. Holly Dickson, after practicing obstetrics and gynecology in Enumclaw for 16 years, has opened a private practice.

  • Thursday, August 10, 2017 11:00am
  • Business

Dr. Holly Dickson, after practicing obstetrics and gynecology in Enumclaw for 16 years, has opened a private practice.

She launched Women’s Wellness in the Becker Building, bordering St. Elizabeth Hospital.

Dr. Dickson specializes in an office procedure known as an endometrial ablation, which eliminates heavy menstrual cycles. The five-minute procedure can spare patients from a hysterectomy.

Address: 1427 Jefferson Ave., Suite 3-B, Enumclaw

Phone: 360-367-6420

Website: www.HollyDicksonMD.com

Email: HollyDicksonMD@womenswellnessnw.com

Hours: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Friday


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