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Specialties

Critical care medicine, Pulmonary and respiratory disease care, Sleep disorders

Languages

English, Farsi

Biography

Sina Gharib, M.D., is a board certified physician at the Chest Clinic and Sleep Medicine Center at Harborview and a UW associate professor of Medicine and Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine.

Dr. Gharib believes that quality sleep is essential to our lives and livelihood. He believes in helping each patient develop an individualized plan to achieve this aim. He also enjoys working with medical students and giving talks on various sleep problems to healthcare professionals.

Dr. Gharib earned his M.D. from Harvard. He is triple board certified in Sleep Medicine, Critical Care Medicine and Pulmonary Disease. His clinical and research interests include all aspects of sleep disorders, including obstructive sleep apnea, insomnia and sleep apnea associated with chronic medical conditions, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and heart failure.

Personal Interests

In his free time Dr. Gharib enjoys time with family, swimming and traveling.
Chest Clinic at Harborview

Chest Clinic at Harborview

410 9th Ave., 7th Floor N Seattle, WA 98104

206.744.3200

Pulmonary and respiratory disease care

Sleep-Medicine-Center-at-Harborview

Sleep Medicine Center at Harborview

908 Jefferson St., 4th Floor Seattle, WA 98104

206.520.5000

Behavioral healthcare, Behavioral insomnia care, Sleep medicine, Sleep surgery

Harvard Medical School

Medical education, 1996

UW - Division of Pulmonary/Critical Care

Fellowship, Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine

UW - Division of General Internal Medicine

Residency, General Internal Medicine

UW - Division of General Internal Medicine

Internship, General Internal Medicine

UW - Division of Pulmonary/Critical Care

Fellowship, Sleep Medicine

 

Board Certifications
  • Sleep Medicine, 2009, American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Critical Care Medicine, 2006, American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Pulmonary Disease, 2005, American Board of Internal Medicine