Kassidy Douglass, Medical Assistant

Kassidy is a native of Des Moines, WA. She has always been keen on helping others, and decided the best way to live this passion was to pursue a career in healthcare. Soon after graduating from high school, Kassidy attended the Medical Assistant program at Everest College in Renton, WA. She successively completed all required classes, finished the extern training, and received her medical assistant diploma. Later Kassidy earned national certification in medical assistance, after passing the required test and meeting all eligibility conditions.

Before coming to Integrated Neurology, Kassidy worked as a preschool teaching assistant/substitute teacher, volunteered at a nonprofit organization, and served as a cashier at the student store in her high school. She learned valuable communication and customer service skills from these experiences. Kassidy is excited to join the team at the Integrated Neurology as a medical assistant, and is ready contribute to the clinic’s success.

Outside of work, Kassidy enjoys outdoor activities, such as hiking, snowboarding, and camping.

Jessica Valdivia, Medical Assistant

Jessica moved to the State of Washington from sunny California at the age of 13. Ever since she was a little girl, Jessica has always been inspired by doctors and the work they do. As she grew up, Jessica made up her mind to pursue a career in healthcare, and decided that the best way to kick-start this process would be to become a medical assistant. Thus, right after completing her GED, Jessica enrolled at Pima Medical Institute, and then completed their CMA (Certified Medical Assistance) program successfully.

Before joining this clinic, Jessica had experience in retail and collections. She also spent short periods of time at other medical offices. Jessica loves to meet with patients, particularly those new patients, support their needs, and see them walk out of our facility with big smiles. Jessica values the opportunity to work at Integrated Neurology, and believes it will help further advance her medical career.

When Jessica is not at work, she enjoy spending time with her three-year-old daughter, creating new memories for her, and exploring new things.