We strive to provide each patient with an individually tailored women's care experience. We truly understand the personal nature of the care we provide and are committed to meeting the needs of each woman we serve. We will approach each encounter as a unique experience and each woman as a complex human being with her own unique array of needs, not as a number. We would like to offer each woman as much time as she needs to address her concerns and we will maintain a practice size that promotes her commitment to each individual. We are committed to a practice model that feels more like a friendship and functions as a partnership in which optimizing your health, function, and the life you have to live is the common goal. Our membership-based Primary Care Model is necessary to allow us to provide women with truly individualized, integrative care. We will offer video visits for your convenience because we understand that your daily life has enough hassles.
Dr. Melissa Chinn is a fun-loving woman who was born and raised in Seattle, WA. She completed her medical training and residency in California and Nevada, respectively. Dr. Chinn is a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, which means she was trained to take care of the PERSON within the PATIENT. Her approach is inherently integrative & truly holistic. Dr. Chinn believes it is hard to treat a condition without addressing its full context, and she knows that laughter truly is the best medicine. She approaches each situation with both her refreshing sense of humor and her tremendous compassion. She has been practicing since 2005 in the greater Seattle area. In 2019, she decided to focus her practice where her true passion lies: overall women's wellness and gynecology. Dr. Chinn prefers a practice model that addresses women as complete humans, and has therefore established Chinn GYN to allow her to tailor her practice uniquely to each individual. She hates being in the stirrups as much as you do
Morghan was born and raised in rural Montana. She attended Swarthmore College for her undergraduate training and then completed her graduate training at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA. She has practiced in a wide variety of setting and locations throughout the Pacific Northwest, which she believes to truly be her home. She has served as faculty for University programs in Alaska, Washington, and Oregon. One of the things that she finds most fulfilling about her career is having the opportunity to partner with others in their learning processes, which she sees as an integral and often absent facet of healthcare. She is deeply committed to her own lifelong learning. She joined Chinn GYN for its commitment to integrative care that is truly personal. She thinks of women's health as a discipline that should promote the health of the whole woman, not focus exclusively on her reproductive parts and functions. Her least favorite thing to do is get a pap smear.