Kurt E. Harmon, MD, is a board-certified surgeon who specializes in laparoscopic surgery, hernia surgery, breast surgery, and hemorrhoid surgery. He is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
He attended the University of Washington for both his undergraduate and medical degrees, and he did his General Surgery residency at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle. He joined Proliance Surgical Specialists of Edmonds in 2000. He is the former chief of surgery at Swedish Edmonds Hospital and is the Chairman of the Surgical Quality Review Committee.
He performs many of his operations at the Proliance Edmonds Center for Outpatient Surgery, a freestanding ambulatory surgery center that annually boasts a 97% patient satisfaction score.
Dr. Harmon was born and raised in Seattle. He is married and he enjoys traveling, baking, and riding his Peloton bike when not working.
Institution: University of Washington School of Medicine
Institution: Virginia Mason Medical Center
Program: Board Certified
Institution: American Board of Surgery
Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
American Hernia Society
American Society of Breast Surgeons
Seattle Surgical Society
Services + Specialties
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