Family Doctors

Family Medicine in Tacoma, WA

Our knowledgeable and compassionate doctors provide personal, comprehensive and continuing care for you and your family.

Dr. Michael Bateman

Dr. Bateman is board certified in family and sports medicine. Originally from Santa Barbara, California, Mike majored in chemistry at Brigham Young University. He is fluent in Spanish, served a church mission among migrant farm workers and played a brief stint of collegiate volleyball. University of Missouri-Columbia was the home of his medical school, with brief rotations at UCLA’s Ventura County Hospital and Puyallup Tribal Health Clinic. He completed his 3-year residency at the University of Washington affiliate Tacoma Family Medicine, working in the Mary Bridge Children Hospital and Tacoma General Hospital. He volunteers as sports medicine physician for Curtis High School. For the past 20 years he has served as the team physician for the University Of Puget Sound Loggers athletic department. 
Dr. Charles Weatherby
Dr. Charles Weatherby, M.D. is a native of Tacoma. He graduated from Lincoln High School, Washington State University, and University of Washington Medical School. Dr. Weatherby returned to Tacoma in 1981 to practice in his hometown. He loves family practice. He believes that it is a great honor to be in his patient's lives. Not only does he love being involved with their medical care; he also enjoys being invited to his patients' many activities, which have included weddings, graduations, dance recitals, school plays, birthdays, various sporting events, and funerals. It is Dr. Weatherby's hope that one day soon, he can care for all of his patients and not worry about their ability to be able to afford access to him.
Jonathan McBride
Jonathan McBride, M.D. was born in Seattle and raised in a small town in Western Washington. He attended college at the University of Washington in Seattle, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Zoology. He worked in a cardiovascular pathology research laboratory for two years prior to entering medical school at New York Medical College in Valhalla, NY. He then moved back to the Northwest and completed an Internship in Family Medicine at Puyallup Valley Family Practice and two additional years of residency at Tacoma General and Mary Bridge Children's Hospital. He practiced in a rural town in Oregon for three years before moving to Seattle to pursue a leadership opportunity with Swedish Medical Group. He served as the medical director for the Magnolia Primary Care Clinic from 2011 until 2013, and was involved in the Medical Center leadership during this time as well. In 2014, he accepted a position with Primary Care Northwest in Tacoma, which has allowed him to pursue personal interests and spend more time with his family. 
He and his partner have two daughters. As a family, they enjoy spending time outdoors, learning about nature, and dancing and singing. He is an avid cook, and has interests in nutritional healing, as well as complementary medicine. His clinical interests include musculoskeletal health, rheumatology, and diabetes management.
Marciano B. Capati
Marciano B. Capati, Jr., M.D. was born and raised in Ewa Beach, Hawaii on the Island of Oahu. He got his Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry/Biology at the University of California, San Diego and Doctor of Medicine degree at Far Eastern University. He completed his residency training at the University of Washington affiliate Central Washington Family Medicine in Yakima, WA in 2010. He is board certified in Family Medicine. He performs minor procedures such as skin biopsies, circumcisions, Pap smears, wart removal, sutures, and ear wax removal, just to name a few. He manages acute and chronic medical issues. He treats patients of all ages from babies to adults. 
Dr. Capati and his family love the Pacific NW. He, his wife and their three boys like to go snowboarding, boating, swimming, fishing, clamming, crabbing, hiking, camping, and most especially spending time with their family and friends where the night never ends while enjoying Dr. Capati’s homemade sushi and home cooked meals from his wife. They love supporting the community, whether it’s attending Filipino-American Fiesta, Hawaiian Luau, doing sports physicals for the school, or being the team doctor for the football team. For him, being a good doctor means treating his patients like they are part of his family. This is why he loves spending time talking to his patients about their personal and social lives.
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