Allison Alberton, MD, grew up in Dallas, Texas. She attended the University of North Texas for her undergraduate training then spent time abroad completing medical school at St. Matthews University on Grand Cayman Island. She completed her surgical residency training at Westchester Medical Center in New York. She practiced general surgery at Whidbey Health on Whidbey Island for three years and had a special interest in breast and colorectal surgery. She currently serves as the Trauma Medical Director for Whidbey Health. She is certified by the American Board of Surgery and a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Alberton takes pride in practicing patient-centered, evidence-based medicine.
Dr. Alberton resides in Mukilteo with her husband and two children. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and many outdoor activities such as rock climbing, snowboarding and camping.
Institution: St. Matthew’s University School of Medicine
Institution: Westchester Medical Center NY Medical College
Program: Board Certified
Institution: American Board of Surgery
Fellow-American College of Surgeons
American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
American Trauma Society
Services + Specialties
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As an established patient, we ask that you arrive in our office 10-15 minutes early for each appointment. We will need you to verify your address and insurance information and from time to time complete any necessary paperwork.
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You will need to check in with the Front Desk at each visit so that we may verify that you have not had any changes since your last visit. i.e., address, phone, insurance changes etc.
The Physicians and Staff will do all that we can to stay on schedule. Unfortunately with our specialties, we have patients that come in for a regularly scheduled appointment, who have relapsed or have developed complications that require more of the physician’s time than we allowed for. We ask your patience if this should happen, as we know you would want the physician to spend the necessary time with you if this unfortunate occurrence should happen to you.