Dr. Denise Cooluris, ND
Dr. Denise Cooluris, ND is a licensed integrative primary care doctor at Hill Park West Medical Center in Sebastopol, a center known for its excellence in innovative patient-centered alternative medical care. She earned her doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from prestigious Bastyr University, and was later chosen to be one of six national candidates for the family medicine residency program at Bastyr Center for Natural Health. On completion of her residency, she was invited as adjunct clinical faculty at Bastyr University, where she proudly trained students to become doctors of integrative medicine. She has completed hospital and clinical rotations with the Highline Cancer Center in Burien, WA., Family Medicine Service in Swedish Hospital in Seattle, Oncology Center of Children’s Hospital in Seattle, Planned Parenthood, and beside public health officials in a broad spectrum of community health settings, including Kenya. Her passion is private practice, and she has been selected by leaders in the fields of naturopathic and integrative medicine for mentorship and partnership.
The word doctor comes from the Latin word, “Docere”, which translates, “to teach”. Dr. Cooluris serves a variety of roles in the integrative medical field as a local and national speaker and writer, especially in the areas of women’s health, digestive disorders, and herbal medicine. Dedicated to her professional growth, Dr. Denise spends her time outside of the clinic at medical conferences around the country, writing for her profession, or teaching within her local community.
Dr. Cooluris is a member of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, the California Naturopathic Doctors Association, the Oncology Association of Naturopathic Doctors, and the Endocrinology Association of Naturopathic Physicians.
Outside of her professional life Denise may be found gardening, hiking, cooking, or at the ocean- all of which is made the better with her husband and dog by her side.
“If I were to choose one therapy that works finest above all others, it would be to listen. All patients deserve to have their health concerns heard and respected by a
knowledgable doctor. In addition, the body speaks clearly when it is imbalanced, from a whisper of mild concern, to a scream of serious illness.”
– Dr. Denise Cooluris, ND