Corrie T. M. Anderson, M.D., is a board certified anesthesiologist and director of Pediatric Pain Medicine at Seattle Children's Hospital. He is also a UW professor of Anesthesiology and adjunct professor of Pediatrics.
At Seattle Children’s Dr. Anderson developed a Pediatric Outpatient Pain Clinic and a Complementary Medicine Clinic which helps make the hospital's expert care available to everyone.
Dr. Anderson earned his M.D. at Stanford. He has served as chair of Anesthesiology of the National Medical Association. He is at the forefront of advancing the accessibility of pain medicine for our littlest ones, receiving research funding, publishing scholarly works, speaking internationally and serving as an advisor and board member. He started a national conference on pediatric pain management and an international ultrasound-guided pediatric regional anesthesiology conference. He holds patents on a warming blanket called the "Corrie Cover.”
Dr. Anderson is a dedicated husband and father of two and an active member of his community, serving as a soccer coach, a USSF referee, and the regional director of girls soccer. In his free time, Dr. Anderson pursues his interest in computer informatics, teaching and photography.