About Dr. Pearson
Dr. Pearson was born in Providence, Rhode Island in 1966. After completing 13 years at Moses Brown Preparatory School, he
received his Bachelors of Arts degree in Biopsychology Neuropsychology from the University of Virginia. After college Philip conducted a year of biomedical research in the Neurology branch of the National
Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland.
Dr. Pearson excelled in medical school, graduating from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. with
distinction in 1994. After matching for his Urology residency at the University of Virginia, Philip chose to undergo his preliminary general surgery training at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle. He then moved back to Virginia to train under some of
the most well respected urologists in the field. His clinical and surgical experience covered a vast range of areas including urologic oncology, reconstructive urology,
incontinence, endourology, impotence and erectile dysfunction, female urology, and metabolic stone disease.
Dr. Pearson currently conducts a general urology clinic at the
Northwest Outpatient Medical Center. He treats patients with a wide variety of disorders
including urologic cancers, impotence, female urology and stone disease.
Dr. Pearson is certified by the American Board of Urology, a member of the
American Urological Association and is very active in the medical community of Seattle. He is the urological representative to the Northwest Hospital Cancer
Committee and a member of many medical associations including the Northwest Urological Society, the Washington State Urology Society, the Washington State
Medical Association and the AMA. He regularly attends local and national meetings to keep abreast with the latest advances in his field.
When not practicing urology, Philip and his wife, Victoria, are busy raising their children, Gair and Natalie. Philip also tries to find time for hiking, cross-country
skiing in the North Cascades, mountain biking, and woodworking in his shop.