Ali Sultan-Qurraie, MD, is native to the Seattle area. He specializes in interventional neurology and treating strokes. He also has expertise in treating transient ischemic attack, cerebrovascular accident (CVA), carotid cavernous fistula (CCF), arteriovenous malformation (AVM) of the brain and spine, and intracranial arterial stenosis.
Dr. Sultan attended the University of Washington for his undergraduate education and completed medical school at Virginia Commonwealth University. He returned to Seattle to complete residency training in neurology, again at UW. He then completed a cerebrovascular fellowship at Harborview/University of Washington, and moved on to become the stroke director in Monterey County, California. Seeking to provide more complete care to his patients, he embarked on additional training in neurocritical care and interventional neurology at Medical College of Wisconsin and St. Vincent Medical Center in Ohio. After a long academic road he is happy to be at UW Medicine-Valley Medical Center to care for patients suffering stroke-related injuries.
Dr. Sultan loves to spend his free time trail running, playing soccer, and enjoying all of the benefits of the beautiful Pacific Northwest. He also loves dogs; he's working on loving cats.