**For a complete list of academic publications please contact the office for a copy of Dr. Eaman's Curriculum Vitae
My DPC Story. June 13, 2021.
Episode 42: Dr. Elizabeth Eaman (She/Her) of Oodle Family Medicine - Renton, WA
In this podcast Dr. Eaman talks about her path from corporate medicine to Direct Primary Care, her influences, and what Direct Primary Care means to her and her patients.
Descant. July 26, 2020.
"How have Direct Primary Care patients and doctors been affected by the pandemic and economic shut down?
"DPC doctors do not accept insurance, but rather, they provide unlimited access to a defined set of primary care services on a monthly membership basis. Listen to Dr. Elizabeth Eaman and Dr. Jeffrey Gold describe the challenges and benefits of this model of primary care delivery during the Covid-19 pandemic and economic shut down. Learn how operating outside the 3rd party payer system allows them to be flexible in caring for their patients and in finding innovative ways to support their communities and their patients through tough economic times."
Want to avoid the 'Freshman 15?' Here's how. Q13 News Seattle. September 15, 2014
"LGBTQIA Week 2018: Dr. Elizabeth Eaman has worked as a family physician in the Puget Sound for more than 10 years. In addition to caring for patients of all ages and walks of life, she has specialized in the primary care of transgender, non-binary, and LGB patients. Since 2003 she has worked with various organizations and educational institutions to improve LGBT+ patient care and continues to work with the University of Washington and other Washington schools to further LGBT health education."
Expert Insights: Providing Equitable, Affirming Care for LGBTQ+ Patients. By Kyler Koons, MA December 8, 2020
Transgender Patients: Considerations for the Family Physician.Bruessow, D. M., O'Connor, L. M., Eaman, E., & Chamikles, J. N.…, Family Doctor: A Journal of the New York State Academy of Family Physicians - 1/26/2019
Renton physician cuts health insurance out of the picture. Renton Reporter, article by Cameron Sheppard, Friday, April 30, 2021.