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Swedish Medical Center's (Seattle) donor program was phased out in late 2005 and was turned over to Pacific Northwest Fertility (this was on Swedish Medical Center's website in Aug. 2005). Dr. Lee Hickock and Dr. Shaun Williams left 'Pacific Gynecology Specialists' and opened up their own clinic called "Pacific Northwest Fertility Clinic" (PNFC) in 2005. Another member says: Dr. Williams left to return to his hometown. Hickok opened the new office with Lorna Marshall, who had been with Virginia Mason.
In College / Plan: Transfer to 4 year university to study Forensic Science and Psychology.
Student / Nanny.
Reading, writing, poetry, the outdoors, camping, hiking, spending time with family, animals, psychology, forensic science, travel, playing the saxophone.
Self Description: Outgoing, fun-loving, good sense of humour, calm, optimistic and positive, motivated, good listener, (unofficial psychologist to all her friends), even-tempered, relates well to all types of people
My family, group of friends, love to try new restaurants, take my dog to the park, hiking, being outdoors, have danced my whole life and still continue, ballet, jazz, hip hop, gymnastics, speak French.
Egg donor's self description on form: Outgoing, friendly, kind, very clean, patient, strong math skills, intelligent. Health: Excellent
(as posted on form) my family, group of friends, love to try new restaurants, take my dog to the park, hiking, being outdoors, have danced my whole life and still continue, ballet, jazz, hip hop, gymnastics, speak French.
Outgoing, friendly, kind, very clean, patient, strong math skills, intelligent
Our donor has described herself as: high energy, good heart, cheerful, adaptable, good student, fast learning, good cook and intelligent.
We feel extremely blessed and would welcome a connection in any form to share information and updates.
I am putting this post here not because I was a donor at Pacific NW (it didn't yet exist), but that is where my records currently reside. I donated at Swedish Hospital from 1997 to 98. Included under Swedish banner was also Pacific Gynecology and Seattle Fertility. In 2005, they became Pacific NW Fertility. Let me say, everyone I spoke with while trying to find the records was so helpful and so sincere. I told them straight up I was interested in finding the half siblings of my children. That might sound strange, but in 1997 everything was completely anonymous. And, as such, they gave me no information other than my Donor ID number (#73). They are allowed, however, to give the information about me to the children (once they turn 18) or the children's parents.
Donated once in November 2015 through PNWF. The clinic reported to me that the recipient did successfully become pregnant. Planning to donate again through A Perfect Match and would happily do a sibling donation, if any of my recipients desired.