Getting to know you.

The cornerstone of the Premise Health experience is simple: it’s all about you. Our physicians and staff are focused on your wellness. Compared to traditional community medical practices, our providers spend more time building an understanding of your health. It’s a truly different experience. It’s less rushed. And it starts with having the right people to take care of you. People who will listen. People who will build a real, trusting relationship with you – leading to better care.

Better relationships for better care.

The Health Clinic staff includes a physician, nurse, physical therapist and medical assistant. Everyone on your clinic’s team has been fully screened and selected by Premise Health for their leading-edge knowledge and skills. The Health Clinic is not designed to replace your current doctor. It works alongside your current medical team, adding a new layer of convenience so you never miss a beat. Plus, if you ever need a referral to a specialist, we’re right here for you.

Emily Jane Zaragoza, MD, MMM, FAAFM

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Patient Care Philosophy:
Emily believes in empowering and developing long-term partnerships with her patients. Her role in the partnership includes providing medical information, encouraging preventive care, and advocating positive lifestyle choices. She wants patients to take an active role in their healthcare by asking questions and sharing their own insights into their medical needs.

How I stay well:
Emily loves outdoors activities such as hiking and discovering the Pacific Northwest. She also practices daily meditation and yoga. 

Dr. Zaragoza is the Primary Care Physician for The Health Clinic. Emily graduated from the College of Wooster with a BA in Biology, and received her Doctor of Medicine degree and family medicine residency training at the Medical College of Ohio. She has also received a Master of Medical Management degree from the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business.

Emily is a first-generation Filipino American born in Canton, Ohio. She was born into a medical family; both her father and grandfather were physicians. Her first position was in academics, teaching physician assistant and family medicine residents in Ohio. Emily moved to Phoenix, Arizona eight years later for her next position as the Medical Director of the St. Joseph Family Medicine Residency. Emily also worked in acute care settings to serve the community’s more immediate needs. In 2015 Emily completed a two-year fellowship in Integrative Medicine from the University of Arizona to broaden her experience and the options she can provide to patients. She believes in the power of education and is continuously improving and challenging herself. Emily has also been blessed with two sons.

Laura Gallington, Medical Assistant, HCA

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Patient Care Philosophy:
Patient care is Laura’s priority within the richly diverse population at Fred Hutch and SCCA. She supports Premise Health values in every patient interaction by helping them get, stay, and be well. 

How I stay well:
Laura was born and raised in Washington and enjoys spending time with her family doing many of the outdoor activities that the beautiful state provides. Some of those activities include kayaking, hiking, camping, and cycling.

Laura is the Medical Assistant for The Health Clinic. Laura has been in the medical field for the past 15 years, starting as a medical records clerk and working her way through school to become a Medical Assistant. Laura believes in higher education and recently completed her Bachelors in Healthcare Administration. She also served the U.S. Army in Operation Desert Storm. Laura is the Health Center Manager for the THC.  Before transition to the manager role, Laura supported the clinical team as the Medical Assistant.

Joanne Siu Ling Lui, PT, DPT, CEAS II

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Patient Care Philosophy:
Joanne believes most injuries and pain is a result of the human body functioning with improper body mechanics or adapting to poor posture during daily activities. She finds that her patients benefit most from an exercise-based treatment approach; which not only provides long-term result, but also reduces re-occurrence.

How I stay well:
Joanne exercises on a regular basis at the gym where she participates in different activities and classes. She also loves pampering her cat while relaxing at home with her family.

Joanne is a Physical Therapist for The Health Clinic. She started her career after graduating from Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 1990. In 2011 she earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree; with Orthopedics Specialization, from Drexel University. She is extensively trained in The McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy and performs spinal and peripheral joint mobilization (Maitland techniques) for pain relief and improving mobility. She is also a Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist II (CEAS II).

Joanne has over 15 years of outpatient orthopedics and clinical experience. She has performed onsite ergonomic assessments, worked at a motor vehicle rehabilitation clinic and various employer health clinics like Johnson and Johnson and now Premise Health.

Corbin Gavin, DPT

Patient care philosophy: Corbin educates and treats with a movement-based treatment philosophy. With movement analysis and testing of the musculoskeletal system we can identify not only involved tissues but why they became involved in the first place. 

How I stay well: Corbin loves fitness and pushing his own physical limitations. He enjoys weight training, snowboarding, wakeboarding, hiking, and spending quality time with friends and family. 

Corbin completed his doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Saint Augustine in San Marcos, CA after obtaining a degree in Exercise Science from Point Loma Nazerene University in San Diego, CA. After graduating from Saint Augustine, he became an adjunct faculty in the biomechanics department instructing gait analysis and gross anatomy lab. 

Before working for Premise Health, he worked at PRO Medical Physical Therapy treating orthopedic injuries and performing ergonomic bike fitting. He has extensive knowledge in weight training, orthopedic rehabilitation, and is Paris trained in manual therapy. Corbin is also trained in Selective Functional Movement Assessment to support diagnosis and treatment of movement dysfunctions.

Ricky "Andre" Mirabal, Medical Assistant

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Patient Care Philosophy:
Andre is excited to serve the Fred Hutch and SCCA community. He truly believes that a happy patient is a healthy patient. This is why Andre greets patients with a smile upon meeting them.

How I stay well:
Andre is from sunny California and enjoys anything outdoors. Aside from running, Andre enjoys activities such as stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking and swimming. 

Andre is a Medical Assistant for The Health Clinic. He is going into his second year in the medical field and hopes to return to school within the next year to become a Registered Nurse. Andre was a Sergeant in the US Army for over 6 years and is a Veteran of the Iraq war.


Elizabeth Eaman, MD

Patient Care Philosophy:
For Dr. Eaman, the relationship she can build with her patients is what makes the practice of Family Medicine so appealing. She loves learning from her patients as much as she enjoys educating on health concerns. She has a special interest in LGBTQI medicine and has extensive experience in treating non-binary and transgender individuals.

How I stay well:
When Elizabeth isn’t at the clinic you may find her at the park with her dog, playing trumpet with one of her high-energy brass bands, or out on an adventure with her horse. 

Eaman graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor, MI and completed her family medicine residency at Tacoma Family Medicine in Washington. After residency, she worked for HealthPoint, traveling all over King County at their community health centers. Next, she spent six years with the University of Washington Neighborhood Clinics in Kent, WA. After more than a decade working as an employee, she started her own practice, Oodle Family Medicine, in Renton, WA, where she practices the Direct Primary Care model



Patient Care Philosophy: 
Rue believes in forming a partnership with all of her patients. As your healthcare provider, it is her goal to direct, facilitate and nurture an environment that allows you to not only realize your personal goals, but to be the best and healthiest version of yourself.  It has been her experience in practice, that this is best achieved when she listens closely and carefully to patients' wishes and perspectives then integrate them into her medical knowledge resulting in a patient driven, patient specific plan of care.  

How I stay well:
As a mother of two very busy young boys Rue makes sure she takes time for herself to nourish her mind, body and soul.  

Rue Khosa was born and raised in Zimbabwe, and has always been passionate about maternal and child health and addressing health disparities.  She received undergraduate degree in Nursing from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and later attended Graduate School and received her Masters in Nursing from Georgetown University. She began her women’s health career as a labor and delivery nurse 12 years ago at Washington Hospital Centre in DC and has since opened a Lactation and Parenting Wellness Clinic in Redmond, WA.  She is also adjunct Clinical Faculty at Northwest University Buntain School of Nursing. Rue is a wife and mother of two boys (6 and 2.5). She and her family live in Bothell.