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Congratulations! Dr. Gandis Mazeika wins “Top Doc” honor for 2016

This is the second time Dr. Mazeika was recognized by this regional publication; it also awarded him the honor in 2010.

It’s important to note that no public relations firm is engaged in this honorary process. The Seattle Met accolade is the result of physician peers in the greater Seattle area who vote for regional healthcare professionals who they consider the hardest working and most reputable among them.

Dr. Mazeika and his sleep medicine team specialize in diagnosing and treating the full range of sleep disorders, from sleep apnea to insomnia to circadian rhythm disorders. Most recently, he has contributed to narcolepsy research and was featured at the KOMO 4 news website in regard to a local news story about Ambien use.

You can look for the full list ofTop Docs in the Seattle Met in its August 2016 issue.

Thank you, Seattle!

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