office phone: no longer available
fax for record requests: (425) 689-0073

Sammamish Diabetes and Lipid Clinic, PLLC
A medical home for patients with cardiovascular risk. 
3854 E Lake Sammamish Parkway NE, Sammamish WA 98074 .

Patients Only

  • Medical Records Information:  The vast majority of patients Dr. Stewart saw in 2015 - 2016 were given a CD with a PDF file on it that included all of the records we have available.  This included all of the office notes from the Sammamish Diabetes and Lipid Clinic, lab results we had, and reports from radiology and other consultants.  Most patients who saw Dr. Stewart between 2007 and 2014 have already had their records forwarded to another physician, or have a copy of records we provided when they left the practice, and should check before requesting records.  

  • For the most part, we don't have records between 1983 and 2007, though they may be requested from Swedish Physicians Pine Lake, who owns all of the old Pine Lake Family Medicine records.  Archived records more than 10 years old of inactive patients are often destroyed, so we offer no guarantee that these records will be available from Swedish.

  • Patients needing records from Sammamish Diabetes and Lipid Clinic from 2007 through 2016 may send a signed request via Snail Mail to the address above, or may fax the request to (425)689-0073.  Although we will respond to email requests, we need to confirm identify before sending records.  Record extraction is time-consuming, and can only be done personally by Dr. Stewart at home, so please allow adequate time for request processing, which may be delayed due to travel.

  • Have a Pre-Visit Interview     A computerized pre-visit interview will make your visit much more efficient, and will reduce the chance that anything significant will be overlooked. This service is still being offered through Instant Medical History as of 10/03/2018, and may be worth printing out and taking to your new physician before a visit.

  • Prescriptions
  •     Although Dr. Stewart is no longer writing prescriptions, this provides you with our historical policies on prescription refills


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