Hope Druckman, MD
Dr. Hope Druckman is a specialist in internal medicine working with the community of Seattle, Washington to ensure optimal health and wellbeing in all of her patients. She recently joined the team of dedicated and highly trained and experienced medical professionals at Speck Health. Dr. Druckman aims to provide individualized care to her patients, as each individual has unique needs and perspectives.
Dr. Druckman received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology from the University of Pennsylvania where she graduated magna cum laude in 1971. After receiving her BA degree, she attended Harvard Medical School in 1976 for a Medical Degree. Dr. Druckman then went on to complete her Internship and Junior Residency at Children’s Hospital in Boston in 1978, followed by a Senior Residency at Children’s Orthopedic Hospital in Seattle in 1979. Upon completion of her Senior Residency, she went back to Boston where she completed a Residency in Primary Care Internal Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Mt. Auburn Hospital & Harvard Community Health Plan from 1979-1981.
Dr. Druckman has been heavily involved in the medical community, holding positions on the Palliative Care Committee and Bioethics Committee at Virginia Mason Medical Center, the Executive Committee at Harvard Medical Health Plan, and as the Medical Director of the Harborview Sexual Assault Center in Seattle. She is a member of the King County Medical Society and the Washington State Medical Society and has triple board certifications in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, and Hospice Care & Palliative Medicine.
Dr. Druckman welcomes new patients at Speck Heath and accepts most major insurances.