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Dr. Kurachi provides routine and high-risk obstetrical care including annual well-woman visits, office-based care and surgical procedures. She promotes and supports natural childbirth and has a special interest in minimally invasive gynecological surgical options. Outside of work, Dr. Kurachi enjoys listening to and playing music, cooking, baking, hiking, traveling and spending time with family.


Explains conditions and treatments
Takes time to answer my questions
Provides follow-up as needed

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Dr. Kurachi's Rating
21 Ratings with 1 Review
Patient Perspective
4.0 Explains conditions and treatments
5.0 Takes time to answer my questions
5.0 Provides follow-up as needed
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9709 3rd Ave NE, Seattle, WA, 98115
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3.0 Office cleanliness
1.0 Courteous staff
1.0 Scheduling flexibility
9709 3rd Ave NE
Seattle, WA, 98115
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"I don’t know what had happened to the Polyclinic OBGYN - or with Dr. Kurachi specifically - in the last year but after my most recent experience, I could never recommend this doctor. I reached out to Dr Kurachi via My Chart after receiving an SIS at my fertility clinic and getting and abnormal result. I was told that I needed to schedule a hysteroscopy with my OBGYN to have the “abnormal material” removed before I would be permitted to complete an embryo transfer. I did not hear back. So I called the polyclinic, confirmed that my medical records had been received by my fertility clinic, and was told that I could not schedule a hysteroscopy until I had a virtual surgical consult. I did not understand this since the clinic already had my medical records - including ultrasound pics - and a hysteroscopy was required to continue fertility treatments but the polyclinic indicated that dr Kurachi indicated that it was “necessary.” One week later, I called in at 3:50 PM for my 4 PM virtual ...
surgical consult after GETTING 3 different messages from the clinic about logging in. Dr Kurachi did not join at 4 PM. At 4:10 PM, I got a call from a medical assistant indicating that Dr Kurachi would be “a few minutes late.” I indicated that she was already more than a few minutes late and asked when she would be joining the call. I was told 10-15 minutes later. Dr Kurachi did not join the call until after 4:45 PM. She also has no idea why I was on the call, had not reviewed my records from my fertility clinic, did not know what surgery she was consulting me on, knew literally nothing about my treatment in the last year other than that I had come in for a “blood pressure check” (see: pre-conception consultation as required by my fertility doctor but, sure, I went to the OBGYN to have my blood pressure checked). She asked me what procedure she was supposed to be consulting on and what it would be addressing. I was shocked - but even more so when I went to pull up the information from my fertility clinic when - after UNDER 2 MINUTES ON THE CALL - she hung up on me. I tried calling the clinic and was told she could not be located. I tried sending a mychart message and she did. It bother to respond. I have never experienced anything like this in my life from a doctor. I spoke with the practice manager the following day and was told that the clinic was understaffed, that they should have called let me know that dr Kurachi was running late (which would have been totally fine - had they told me before I had been on the call for more than 20 minutes and given me a semi accurate eta for the call to begin). I was told that she had been dealing with a patient “emergency.” Understood. That explains the lateness but not the clinics failure to inform me that she would be nearly an hour late OR her total lack of preparedness for a surgical consult that SHE had required. Overall, I am appalled by the exceptionally poor care provided by Dr Kurachi and her team and have no intention of returning to her under any circumstance. Proceed with caution with this doctor. "
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  • September 14, 2023


9709 3rd Ave NE
Seattle, WA, 98115
  • Accepting New Patients
  • Medicare Accepted
  • Medicaid Accepted
  • Accepting New Patients
  • Medicare Accepted
  • Medicaid Accepted
904 7th Ave
Seattle, WA, 98104
  • Accepting New Patients
  • Medicare Accepted
  • Medicaid Accepted
  • Accepting New Patients
  • Medicare Accepted
  • Medicaid Accepted


  • Gynecologist


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