Anders T. Peck M.D.
Anders T. Peck M.D.
- Musculoskeletal ultrasound
- Rheumatology (connective tissue disease)
- Telehealth services
Patient Ratings and Reviews
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[...] and Dr. Peck always make my care a priority and I really appreciate them. Thank you so much for all of the support for my condition.
Dr. Peck always makes the experience positive with his knowledge, kindness, and inclusiveness.
[...] and Dr. Peck are an amazing duo!! The intake clerks / registration crew were sweet and supportive.
*Dr. Peck is amazing! Super lucky to have him as my doctor. *Dr. Peck's nurse [...] is awesome too!
The staff at Seattle Arthritis Clinic are fabulous. Dr. PE Peck, [...], and all of the front desk staff. They obviously know the patients and care about not only the primary reason the patient is there, but the patient's overall quality of life.
*Dr. Peck is my doctor for [...] so he is not my primary doctor - I think he is great for this purpose!
Both *Dr. Peck and [...] set a really good example for all to follow thanks for your help.
Dr. Peck and the staff are excellent. I usually get in for my appointment in a good amount of time and I'm happy with my care. They are extremely professional and have only provided quality care and guidance. I will say that the receptionists in the lab area downstairs, could use a review of what to and not to say and not say in front of patients. The two receptions in the lab were openly talking about people dying from the Covid vaccine. I found this spreading of miss information by people working around patients very unfortunate. If they have concerns they should discuss them in a reasonable manner among themselves. Instead they sat there and spread miss information.
After 3 to 4 years of seeing *Dr. Peck, I was shocked at the terrible location he has been given for his "office" - (facing the wall like a kid being punished!). He's a good, kind doctor. He deserves better! I'm surprised that UW Medicine has such poor facilities for its doctors - his location hasn't changed since he first arrived joining the staff. Has anyone seen it?
Dr. Peck and [...] are always a pleasure to come see. They are both professional, friendly, personable and on time. I enjoy coming to see them.
*Dr. Peck and his assistant & [...] are always very professional & pleasant and kind. They have a real concern and care for their patients.[...]
I just think Dr. Peck is a better doctor than most. His nurse covers all bases consistently too.
Dr. Peck is great. He explains things well, has great suggestions, and "pushes" when I need it. I am going to be moving to rural pierce county and will continue to see him.
Dr Peck very helpful. We accomplished our goals for my health plan
Dr Peck and his assistant, [...], are a great team. They respect my time and concerns, are very thorough, very kind and courteous, all well maintaining thorough professionalism and efficiency. Highly recommend!
*Dr. Peck and his PA, as well as the infusion nurses and fantastic. They clearly care about their patients and provide an excellent standard of care. I appreciate the personal touch - getting to know me & inquiring about my hobbies & life.
I felt everything was great, Dr. Peck always give exceptional care.
Dr Peck and his assistant are always super healthy. if i send them an ecare note, they get back to me so fast.
[...] Dr. peck always makes my visits a pleasure.
About Anders T. Peck
Dr. Peck enjoys developing relationships with patients and their families. He believes that effective communication and patient education plays a crucial role in the the understanding and treatment of autoimmune disease. He enjoys working with patients to improve their quality of life and maximize their functional ability.
Dr. Peck earned his M.D. from the UW. He is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Rheumatology. His clinical and research interests include general rheumatology, inflammatory arthritis, spondyloarthropathies, the use of musculoskeletal ultrasound for diagnosis and tendon and joint injections, perioperative medication management in rheumatologic condition and basic science research on the pathogenesis of systemic sclerosis.
Education and Training
UW - Division of RheumatologyFellowship, 2015, RheumatologyUW - Division of General Internal MedicineResidency, 2012, Internal MedicineUW - Division of General Internal MedicineInternship, 2010, Internal MedicineUniversity of Washington - School of MedicineMedical education, 2009
- Rheumatology, 2015, American Board of Internal Medicine
- Internal Medicine, 2012, American Board of Internal Medicine