Aaron D. Solnit, MDCM
- AB Dartmouth College (Engineering Sciences- 1983)
- MDCM McGill University Faculty of Medicine 1989
- Duke-Watts Family Medicine program 1992
- University of Washington/Tacoma Family Medicine Rural Family Practice Fellowship 1993
- Hospice & Palliative Care
- Women's Health
- Prenatal Care
- Medication Management
- Sports/Musculoskeletal Medicine
If you come to see us with a problem, the chances are very good that you’ll leave with either a diagnosis and plan of treatment, or a clear plan for how to get there. A family practice physician’s job is to keep you well from the beginning through preventive care. When problems become more complicated, we can coordinate with specialty providers to continue to get you the health care you need. There are times when traditional medicine does not offer a cure, and just managing symptoms (or even just being present) is the best that we can offer.
Working at ACHS gives me three very powerful tools to keep my patients as healthy as possible:
- Involvement in the community. My patients are my friends and neighbors – there is no more powerful motivator to go the extra mile, do the extra research, make one more phone call to figure things out.
- Continuity. My patients come back again and again, for years, even decades. Many go back to birth and even before that with prenatal care. The perspective gained over many visits over many years often yields greater insight into a person’s health than any high-tech imaging modality.
- Knowledge of the community. The staff at ACHS knows how to connect their patients with the right resources to achieve successful end results. A brilliant diagnosis is great, but sometimes a brilliant phone call that connects a patient with a service they need is even better.