PacMed Neuropsychology – Beacon Hill

Our Approach

The brain weighs only about three pounds, but it is the most important organ in the body when it comes to behavior, personality, thinking, learning and remembering. Neuropsychology is an interdisciplinary branch of psychology and neuroscience that aims to understand how the brain relates to behavior.

At Pacific Medical Centers, our neuropsychology staff provides evaluation and consultation for a range of problems and conditions that involve the brain and affect behavior. Our neuropsychologist has not only general clinical skills and knowledge of the broad range of mental health problems, but also expert knowledge and skills in neuropsychological testing and assessment.

Neuropsychological assessment can be a lengthy process that involves one-on-one testing with a provider or technician and allows for the evaluation of multiple domains of functioning, including memory, language function, visual-spatial skills, problem-solving/executive-functioning skills and general intellectual skills.


Phone: (206) 748-3307




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Our Services

Our neuropsychologist provides general neuropsychological services with special focus on:

  • Assessment of dementia and age-related cognitive decline through neuropsychological testing and evaluation.
  • Traumatic brain injury. A neuropsychological evaluation applies objective psychological tests and other procedures to assess the array of functional strengths and weaknesses for diagnostic purposes and treatment planning.
  • Multiple sclerosis. Many people with multiple sclerosis develop neuropsychological problems that can be assessed at Pacific Medical Centers.
  • Developmental disabilities. Our neuropsychologist applies neuropsychological assessment and consultation for a range of learning and developmental disabilities, including autism, Asperger syndrome and developmental delays.
  • In some cases, consultations and evaluation for Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in teenagers and adults.
Preparing for your Visit


Bring the following items to make the most of your time with the doctor:

  • ID and insurance cards
  • Your co-pay
  • Any X-rays and labs from outside the PacMed/Swedish/Providence network
  • A list of your questions and symptoms.

Please plan to arrive 20 minutes early to park and check in. Read more details on how to prepare for your visit.


To avoid financial surprises, we recommend calling your insurance before your visit to check your coverage for:

  • Pacific Medical Centers
  • The provider you’re seeing
  • The services or procedures you are coming in for.

It’s good to ask your insurance whether our clinic and provider are in network and what your financial responsibility might be.

View a list of the insurance plans we accept.

Military Beneficiary?

If you or a family member are active or retired military, you may be eligible for the Uniformed Services Family Health Plan (USFHP).

USFHP is TRICARE prime option offering top-quality civilian medical care. USFHP is sponsored by the Department of Defense and has been administered in our region by PacMed for over 30 years.

Call 800.585.5883 to learn more or enroll in the US Family Health Plan (USFHP).

Read more about USFHP.

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