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The Prostate Cancer Center of Seattle is closing.
Peter Douglas Grimm, D.O.
July 17, 1952 – February 20, 2016
The Prostate Cancer Center of Seattle is closing
The clinic will stay open until June 1, 2016. We take our responsibility to provide you with your health records seriously. Please be assured that:
- Your records are confidential and will be available for 7 years.
- Your records can be forwarded to another physician who should fax the request to 206-525-5321.
- Your records can be forwarded to you.
Before June 2
Before June 2, 2016
Prostate Cancer Center of Seattle
9730 3rd Ave. NE * Seattle , WA 98115
After June 1
After June 1
For your Brachytherapy follow-up care
For your Brachytherapy follow-up care, please consult with your Urologist or Primary Care Physician. If you need a referral for a Brachytherapist we have provided a list of Dr. Grimm’s colleagues here
When considering a Brachytherapist, patients should ask:
- How many cases have you done in total?
- How many cases per year do you do now?
- What method do you use?
An experienced Brachytherapist should have done at least 100
An experienced Brachytherapist should have done at least 100 cases and continue to do 25 per year to keep skills sharp. Finally, as the brachytherapist is likely to be following you for some time, you should assess on the initial consultation how comfortable you feel with this doctor.
In honor of Dr. Grimm
Dr. Grimm was the founder and director of the Prostate Cancer Treatment Research Foundation which will continue to provide prostate cancer patients with information and treatment comparison. If you are in need of information or would like to make a memorial donation in Dr. Grimm’s honor, please click here: www.pctrf.org