Sean Stout, MD

  • Pediatrics
  • Adults
  • Birth Control Device Implantation
  • Cortisone Injection
  • Biopsy
  • Mole/Skin Tag/Lesion Removal
Puyallup – 10th St

3908 10th St. SE
Puyallup, WA 98374


When Dr. Sean Stout started college, he intended to be a physicist. Two years as a missionary in Japan led to a change of heart, as he discovered that he enjoyed getting to work with and help people. He knew he wouldn’t get much of that as a physicist. He switched his studies to the medical field, looking forward to the challenge, excitement and growth such a career would provide. He has never regretted that decision.

He was raised in the northwest and attended BYU and then the University of Utah for medical school. He completed his residency at Memorial Hospital in South Bend, Indiana. He returned home to practice family medicine at McChord Air Force Base before leaving the military.

He and his wife, along with their five children, are enjoying civilian life. They are active volunteers with PTA and the Boy Scouts.

The voice of my patients

“He’s just a great doctor. Listens and remembers things from past visits.”

“Dr. Stout gave me great confidence that he heard and understood my health concerns and he provided easy to understand plans for me to improve my health.”

Sean Stout, MD

“Medicine is changing, and both patients and providers need to be involved in these changes to be sure we can continue to provide the best possible care. I am committed to my patients and their health, and look forward to many years working with them.” 


Brigham Young University 

University of Utah

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