Angie Eakin is dual board certified in family medicine and lifestyle medicine. She started her journey in
healthcare by studying and obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree and Masters of Science degree in
nutrition and dietetics at East Carolina University. She then attended medical school at the University of
North Dakota and completed her residency training at the University of Washington Valley Medical
Center in Renton, WA. In 2015, she helped Dr. Neal Barnard and the Physicians Committee for
Responsible Medicine open up the first completely vegan (plant-based) primary care clinic in
Washington DC, where she was a primary care provider and staff physician for the organization. In 2017
she was part of the inaugural class of lifestyle medicine physicians. She has extensive primary care and
chronic disease management experience in both private practice and large multi-specialty clinic settings.
Angie is passionate about using diet, exercise and other lifestyle factors as therapeutic treatment
options. She lives by the same principles that she recommends to all her patients. In her free time, she
enjoys running, traveling and exploring new places, spending time with family and friends, and cooking
Annalee is a Nurse Practitioner with a special interest in lifestyle and integrative medicine. She started her health care career as a Registered Nurse before returning to school at Washington State University to receive her Masters in Nursing and become a Family Nurse Practitioner. From there she began working in a family practice office where she gained several years of experience in treating chronic conditions, and developed an appreciation for addressing health and disease at a more foundational level. Acting on this passion, Annalee completed a Fellowship in Integrative Medicine through the University of Arizona and became board certified in Lifestyle Medicine through the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. This provided her with more formal knowledge in several areas including nutrition, exercise, stress management, and holistic healing modalities. In addition, she regularly takes courses and attends conferences about health, nutrition, and wellness to stay up-to-date on the latest research. In her free time, Annalee enjoys spending time with family (including her pets), running, gardening, reading, traveling, and cheering for her favorite sports teams.