After medical school, Putter Scott moved to Seattle to do specialty training in family medicine. He enjoys all aspects of the practice, particularly obstetrics, pediatrics and sports medicine. He serves as one of Neighborcare Health's assistant medical directors and is also active in teaching residents who are training to become family doctors. Putter Scott devotes time to regular exercise and outdoor activities with his wife and two children. The family enjoys windsurfing, biking, skiing, soccer, gardening and camping.
Why I Work at Neighborcare:
Our organization is very committed to providing the best medical care in the community. My personal approach to care is to educate patients on healthy lifestyles and disease prevention. When treating illness, I teach my patients about their diagnosis, and present treatment options that meet their individual needs.
B.S., University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, 1985
M.D., University of Colorado, Denver, CO, 1989