Addie Bush, PA-C

  • Pediatrics
  • Adults
  • DOT Physicals
  • Cortisone Injection
  • Biopsy
  • Mole/Skin Tag/Lesion Removal
Bonney Lake

10004 204th Ave E
Bonney Lake, WA 98391

Biography

Addie Bush has a love of medicine that springs from childhood experiences caring for a disabled grandmother. She grew up in a small town in western Iowa, and while attending the University of Northern Iowa, she became a nurse’s aide and worked in nursing homes. She learned about the physician assistant role when she joined the military, where she served as a helicopter ambulance medic and EMT. After her honorable discharge from the United States Army, she attended Baylor College of Medicine’s Physician Assistant program. Since then, she has worked as a PA in corrections, under-served rural clinics, vascular surgery, emergency rooms, urgent care clinics and family medicine. She recently retired from government service at Madigan Army Medical Center. 

In her spare time, she enjoys taking care of her three grandchildren, spending time with family, church activities, reading, gardening, hiking and biking. 

The voice of my patients

“Addie Bush was comforting and gave me the tools I needed to make this one visit, instead of having to come back.” 

“Dr. Bush listened to me and actually took into account my past medical history. She also was very thorough with her testing and recommendations.” 

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“No matter where I am working, I always enjoy caring for patients of all ages, getting to know the families, and seeing a variety of medical issues.”

Education

Baylor College 

University of Nebraska 

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