Meet the Team

Kevy Wijaya, MSN, CPNP-PC

Kevy received his pediatric primary care training at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. His extensive history of working in a pediatric Emergency Department, as well as in the primary care settings have provided him with a strong clinical base. 

Kevy especially enjoys with families who hailed to the greater Bellevue & Seattle area from all around the world. His advocacy reaffirms his interest of culturally-competent care and diversity in medicine, and his clinical and research interest have been revolving around the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine and infectious diseases. 


Most recently, Kevy submitted and defended his dissertation that studied the influence of the Islamic law (Shari'a), beliefs and practices toward the varying attitude and uptake rates of HPV vaccines in Malaysia and Indonesia, as part of the requirement in the Global Health and Infectious Diseases programme at the University of Edinburgh.


In his spare time, Kevy spends time with his pet chinchillas and likes to travel to new and exotic places (ask him about his recent trips!), cooking, hiking and gardening.