Juanita High grad joins Seattle health clinic

The Polyclinic, one of the largest multi-specialty clinics in the Puget Sound with 130 locations in the Seattle area, has added Meghann Mellon, a 1996 graduate of Juanita High School, to its staff. Mellon, a dietitian, will help the clinic add nutritional services to its offering of health care specialties.

The Polyclinic, one of the largest multi-specialty clinics in the Puget Sound with 130 locations in the Seattle area, has added Meghann Mellon, a 1996 graduate of Juanita High School, to its staff.

Mellon, a dietitian, will help the clinic add nutritional services to its offering of health care specialties. She will work out of both The Polyclinic’s First Hill and downtown locations.

Mellon received her bachelor’s degree in food science and human nutrition from Washington State University, her post-baccalaureate degree in pre-medicine from Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania and her master’s degree in public health from the University of Washington School of Public Health and Community Medicine.


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