(Board certified in Pediatric Neurology)
Accepting new patients
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Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Education & Training
UCLA Medical School, Los Angeles, 1993
Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles
University of Washington, Washington
University of Washington Children's Hospital, Neurology/Pediatric Neurology
Neurology with Special Qualification in Child Neurology
ADD/ADHD, Autism management, Migraines and headaches, Seizures
American Headache Association, Child Neurology Society
Dr. Cheyette is married and has four children. Her hobbies include cooking, gardening and exercising.
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Philosophy of Care
I aim to provide high-quality care to my patients in a personal manner. I spend whatever time as it takes to understand their particular issues. I will try to look at different aspects of a patient's life that may affect their condition—sleep, stress, diet, etc. I hope to engage my patients in discussions about their care and provide an opportunity for them to share in the decision-making process. I consider the physician/patient relationship a partnership. I encourage phone calls in between visits to let me know how things are going. I like explaining what is going on and talking about medical conditions in easy-to-understand ways. I enjoy answering questions from my patients because I believe that the more patients understand, the better able they are to care for themselves. As a mom myself, I try to understand variations in normal development and try to include the day to day parenting issues in our visits.
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