rachel lentz patient portal

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Rachel Lentz, MD | UW Medicine

23 hours ago Seattle Cancer Care Alliance at UW Medical Center – Northwest. Medical Office Building, 1560 N 115th, Seattle, WA 98133. Closed: Opens Monday at 8:00 am. 206.606.5800. >> Go To The Portal

Can I make an appointment online with Dr. Lentz ?

Yes, you can book an appointment with Dr. Lentz online today. It's simple, secure, and free.

Does Dr. Lentz offer telehealth?

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Dr. Lentz accepts insurance

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Where is Dr. Lentz's office located?

Dr. Lentz's office is located at 1959 NE Pacific St, Seattle, WA....

What are Dr. Lentz's areas of care?

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Dr. Rachel S. Lentz PsyD (she/her) is a highly-rated clinical psychologist in Colorado Springs, CO. She is rated 5 out of 5 by patients on CareDash.

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Insurance Accepted

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Conditions and Issues Treated

Dr. Lentz has confirmed that she treats patients with the following 22 issues. Please always check with Dr. Lentz directly about what issues she treats, since she may treat additional issues not listed here.


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