Tamoro McDonald, ND, is the Medical Director and co-founder of Docere Integrated Medicine, along with her husband and best friend, Shane McDonald, MSOS, in Auburn, Washington.
Dr. McDonald graduated from Bastyr University in Kenmore, Washington, earning her bachelor's degree in nutrition science and her doctoral degree in Naturopathic medicine.
A licensed physician in Washington state, Dr. McDonald practices family medicine for all ages and has a special interest in environmental medicine, GI health, nutrition, food allergies and sensitivities, autoimmune disorders, Lyme disease, Autobrewery Syndrome and physical medicine. She has advanced training in nutrition, Hyperbaric oxygen therapies, womens health, IV nutrient therapies, and chelation therapies.
Trained as a primary care provider, Dr. McDonald integrates natural and Western medicines to give her patients the best care possible. She believes direct care and integrative medicine will bridge the current gap in our healthcare system.
Dr. McDonald has been a part of the Auburn community for 53 years. She understands and appreciates the ability to make a difference in the community. With this in mind, she spent over 25 years in early childhood education, as well as volunteering as a soccer and softball coach for youth and coaching and managing adult soccer.
It's with this appreciation for the community that she practices integrative medicine and participates in non-profit medicine work as well.
As a true-hearted Washingtonian, she enjoys the rain, thunderstorms, snow, coffee, and her beloved local sports teams. Dr. McDonald also enjoys spending time with friends and family, especially her grandchilden, and playing Rebels hockey.