Virtual Practice

Dr. Edward Verrier

Surgery - Thoracic
Seattle, WA
I specialize in
Surgery - Thoracic
I have been in practice
45 years
I speak
My answers and insights have
Helped 50 people
Here are kind words from others
Well, My name is Ian Henderson and I'll keep this relatively brief. Two rears ago I needed a heart transplant. This super cool and elusive cat named Dr. Verrier did my heart transplant and I am alive and kicking butt wherever I go. I'm either I'm jogging around Greenlake in Seattle, camping on the coast, or climbing Mount Baker with my new squeeze box and the short but profound memory of meeting my guy, Dr Verrier. He wore a spanking tweed jacket over his labcoat, atop a pair of very stylish Italian loafers and under the type of hat attributed to the rat pack. The guy is some kind of genius, because the stories about this mench are nothing BUT brave and heroic. He takes cases that are too dicey or dangerous for other surgeons. When the chief of cardiac surgery of whatever hospital is at a loss, HE is who they call! He is the specialist of specialists, the pro at the top of the heap of pro's. I've heard a few stories about him flying to different states and different countries to successfully perform dangerous
This Thanksgiving, I wanted to share my appreciation for all that you do! Thank you, doctor! :)
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I am located at
Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery
1959 NE Pacific Street, Box 356310
Seattle , WA 98195

I was educated and trained at
Medical / Graduate School
Tufts University School of Medicine
I've won the following awards
Top Doctor, Seattle Metropolitan Magazine
Top Doc, Seattle Magazine
I've published
Effect of cytokine hemoadsorption on brain death-induced ventricular dysfunction in a porcine model.
J. Thorac. Cardiovasc. Surg., Nov (2012)
Teaching behaviors in the cardiac surgery simulation environment.
J. Thorac. Cardiovasc. Surg., Oct (2012)
Long-term outcome for the surgical treatment of infective endocarditis with a focus on intravenous drug users.
Ann. Thorac. Surg., Jan;93(1):51-7 (2012)