With over twenty years of experience, Dr. Girolami and her team provide a variety of aesthetic services that are effective and provide long-lasting results. At our clinic in Redmond, you’ll experience treatments that are designed only with you in mind.
We strive to build relationships with our clients, by taking the time to explain ourselves clearly and by listening to your specific aesthetic goals. Our reputation is built around effective communication and amazing customer service. We also feature state-of-the-art equipment at our clinic, including fat reduction lasers and the latest injectables. We look forward to bringing you the best aesthetic services!
About Dr. Girolami and Her Team
Teresa M. Girolami, M.D.
For over twenty years, Dr. Girolami has been practicing primary care medicine on the Eastside, and she has also worked in different village clinics in Mexico. She is board certified in Internal Medicine, received her undergraduate degree from the University of Washington, her medical degree from New York Medical College, and completed her residency at the University of Illinois Mercy Hospital. Dr. Girolami is on the staff at both Evergreen and Overlake Hospitals, a member of the Washington State Medical Association, and a current delegate of the King County Medical Society.
Jamie Hilbert, ARNP
Jamie is a fourth generation Northwesterner who worked her way up in medicine from a medical assistant. Before going to Georgetown University to obtain her advanced nursing degree, she did her nursing residency in the ER but then worked as a nurse in Urgent Care.
Jamie has also been a childbirth education and lactation support instructor, and is currently an adjunct faculty member at Bellevue College nursing. She is a member of ARNPs United for Washington and the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
Cheryl A. Allen, ARNP
For over fifteen years, Cheryl has been working in primary care medicine, with additional experience in burn care. She graduated from Texas Woman’s University and Seattle University. Before returning to school to finish her Family Nurse Practitioner education, she had a ten-year stint as a high-risk obstetric nurse at the University of Washington Hospital.