Frederick H. Dore Jr., M.D. is a board certified physician in Internal Medicine. Dr. Dore was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. He received a Bachelor of Science in Biology in 1980 from the University of Washington (in Seattle). He graduated from medical school in 1984 from St. Louis University and completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Portsmouth Naval Hospital in Portsmouth, Virginia. Dr. Dore began his medical career in 1988 as a staff internist at Bremerton Naval Hospital, achieving the rank of lieutenant commander and later joined Group Health Cooperative where he worked as a consulting internist from 1991-1995. Dr. Dore established his private practice in August, 1995 when he joined Dr. William Seal and Dr. Gary Gretch in Bremerton, Washington. In 1996 Dr. Dore, along with his partners Dr. William Seal and Dr. Gary Gretch, formed Olympic Internal Medicine Associates. The group merged with Kitsap Internal Medicine Associates at the end of 2009 and is now known as Olympic Internal Medicine, Inc., P.S. Dr. Dore’s member affiliations include: the American College of Physicians, Washington State Medical Association and the Kitsap County Medical Society. He has multiple times been named as one of the “Top Docs” in Kitsap County by Checkbook Magazine, and in 2016 he was recognized as a “Best Doctor” by WestSound Home & Garden Magazine. Dr. Dore is an advanced cardiac life support instructor and received the 2007 American Red Cross Heroes Award for medical rescue and served on the Medical Quality Assurance Commission for the State of Washington for 12 years. Dr. Dore is married and has three children. In his spare time, he enjoys boating, skiing, walking his dog and spending time with his family.