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Dr. Cameron McDougall, MD

Neurosurgery

(206) 320-8293
550 17th Ave Ste 110 Seattle , WA 98122

Get to Know Dr. McDougall

Accepting Patients
Yes

Languages
English
French
Spanish

Gender
Male

Experience
32 Years

Care Philosophy

At BNA, we put our patients first. We are committed to treating our patients with compassion and to providing innovative and sound medical options for the treatment of our patient's neurological conditions. As a patient of BNA, your health and well-being are important to us. The neurosurgeons, physiatrists, hospital staff, neurological institute, and other members of our multidisciplinary team work together with one goal in mind - helping you get well.

Education

University of Saskatchewan / College of Medicine 1986

University Of Saskatchewan; Neurosurgery

University of California, San Francisco; Interventional Neuroradiology

Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Montreal (McGill University)

Dr. McDougall's Experience

Neurosurgery

Awards & Recognitions

Recognized Doctor

Dr. McDougall's Locations

Accepting New Patients

Offices

550 17th Ave Ste 110, Seattle, WA 98122

(206) 320-8293 Fax: (206) 320-3491

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