The Doctors


The Doctors
Photography by Rosanne Olson
 
 

 

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Matthew W. Allen, M.D. Matthew W. Allen, M.D.

Matthew Allen, MD joined Ballard Pediatrics in 2001 after completion of residency at Seattle Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center. Born in Seattle, Dr. Allen is a graduate of both the Philosophy Department and School of Medicine at the University of Washington. His training has given him opportunities to practice medicine in China, Guatemala and Chiapas, Mexico.

Dr. Allen works full time at Ballard Pediatrics and enjoys following the development of children within their families. He is a past President of the Medical Staff at Seattle Children’s Hospital.

Dr. Allen lives in Seattle with his wife, interior designer Allison Allen, and daughter Ellie and sons Andrew and Grant. His outside interests include alpine hiking, sea kayaking, soccer and reading.

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Sarah Archibald, M.D. Sarah Archibald, M.D.

Sarah Archibald, MD, has been providing care to patients at Ballard Pediatrics since 2006 and officially joined the practice in 2009. Dr. Archibald grew up in Boise, Idaho, and attended Stanford University for her undergraduate education. She then took a year off and moved to Sun Valley, Idaho, where she worked as a ski instructor before heading off to medical school. She attended the University of Washington School of Medicine and completed her pediatric residency, including a year as chief pediatric resident, at Seattle Children's Hospital/University of Washington. She is in the office Monday mornings and all day Tuesday and Thursday.

Dr. Archibald lives in Ballard with her husband, Dr. Brett Daniel, a family practice physician, and their children Lucas and Claire. She enjoys spending time with her family and loves to cook, hike, ski, and play soccer.

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David Bowe, M.D. David Bowe, M.D.

Dr. Bowe has been in practice in the Seattle area since 2000. He earned his B.A. in History/French/Global Studies at Pacific Lutheran University and completed his post-baccalaureate pre-medical studies at Columbia University. He received both his MD and MPH from the University of Washington. He completed his pediatric residency at the University of Arizona, including a year as chief resident.

Dr. Bowe speaks French and Spanish and recently spent a year with his family working in Tanzania for Baylor Universityís Pediatric AIDS Corps. He lives in Seattle with his wife Diane Gregerson Bowe, daughter Lena, and son Anders. In his spare time he enjoys the outdoors and travel.

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Kathryn H. Del Beccaro, M.D. Kathryn H. Del Beccaro, M.D.

Kathryn DelBeccaro, MD, joined Ballard Pediatrics in 1987 and is in the office 3 days a week, sharing with Dr. Malliris. Dr. DelBeccaro grew up on Queen Anne Hill and attended Stanford University and the University of Washington School of Medicine. She completed her pediatric residency at Seattle Children's Hospital/University of Washington. Her interests are in general pediatrics and the the care of multiples.

Dr. DelBeccaro lives in the Hawthorne Hills neighborhood. Her children are Carolyn and twins, Emily & Christopher. She enjoys music, sewing, quilting and reading.

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Christianne Eldred, M.D. Christianne Eldred, M.D.

Christianne Eldred, MD joined Ballard Pediatrics in 1999, and is in the office 2 1/2 days a week, job-sharing with Dr. McMahon. She is a graduate of the University of Washington (BS in Zoology, 1991) and the UW School of Medicine. She completed her pediatric residency in 1998 at Seattle Children's Hospital and University of Washington.

In addition to her interest in general pediatrics, Dr. Eldred enjoys working with adolescents. Her time out of the office is devoted to exercise, yoga, cooking, reading and snowboarding.

Dr. Eldred lives in Ravenna with her husband Tom Schwab, an owner of Westwood Mortgage, and two sons Declan and Dashiell.

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Christianne Eldred, M.D. Timothy Hall, Ph.D., M.D.

Dr. Hall has been in practice since 2001 in North Carolina. He earned his B.A. in Biology and Chemistry from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1988. He then completed a Ph.D. in Biochemistry at Wake Forest University in 1994. Dr. Hall returned to Chapel Hill for medical school, graduating in 1998. He completed his Pediatric Residency at Seattle Children's Hospital affiliated with the University of Washington in 2001. He is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics.

Dr. Hallís clinical interests include all aspects of pediatrics from care of the newborn and growing family to issues of childhood and adolescence particularly attention deficit disorder and sports injuries.

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Ourania B. Malliris, M.D. Ourania B. Malliris, M.D.

Ourania Malliris, MD joined Ballard Pediatrics in 1982 after completing her pediatric residency at Seattle Children's Hospital. Originally from the Chicago area, she traveled east to Boston to attend Radcliffe College and Harvard Medical School, graduating in 1978. She is a clinical professor in the School of Medicine at the University of Washington.

Dr. Malliris is in the office 3 1/2 days a week, sharing her practice with Dr. Del Beccaro, and is interested in all aspects of pediatrics. She is fluent in Greek.

Dr. Malliris lives in Wallingford with her husband, Dr. Scott Barnhart. Her daughter Katy and son Theodore are in their twenties and are both studying geology in graduate school. Although she is an avid gardener, vacations often take the entire family backpacking or skiing in the Olympics or Cascades.

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Edward M. McMahon Jr., M.D. Edward M. McMahon Jr., M.D.

Ted McMahon, MD, joined Ballard Pediatrics in 1986 upon the retirement of Hal Hunt, MD. A graduate of Williams College and Duke University School of Medicine, Dr. McMahon completed his pediatric training at Children's Hospital and the University of Washington in 1975.

During his eleven years of pediatric practice in Eugene, Oregon from 1975-1986, Dr. McMahon helped establish the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Sacred Heart General Hospital, and served as Chief of Pediatrics from 1985-1986, before returning to Seattle.

Dr. McMahon job-shares with Dr. Christianne Eldred, and is in the office 2-1/2 days a week. A Clinical Professor in the Department of Pediatrics, University of Washington, he served as president of the Medical Staff of Children's Hospital & Regional Medical Center from 2000-2001.

Dr. McMahon lives in Wallingford with his wife, photographer Rosanne Olson, and their two Maine Coon cats, Zoe and Maxx.

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Robert W. Telzrow, M.D. Robert Telzrow, MD Retirement Letter

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