Tricia Solomos, ARNP

Accepting New Patients
  • Pediatrics
  • Adults
  • Biopsy
  • Mole/Skin Tag/Lesion Removal
Bonney Lake

10004 204th Ave E
Bonney Lake, WA 98391


Patients will find that Ms. Tricia Solomos is very outgoing and friendly while honest and upfront. When she’s with you, her time is 100% yours. When patients understand their care, they feel comfortable following a plan. Becoming a mother has also helped her see how vital trust is with your provider. Honesty and timely communications are especially important. She has a great way of making the exam room a little less scary for children, starting with lots of high fives.

Her parents, who are immigrants from Greece, instilled the importance of education starting at a very young age. Growing up in Lincoln, Nebraska, she moved to Phoenix, Arizona after graduating nursing school in 2002. She first worked as an intensive care unit (ICU) trauma nurse before becoming a traveling nurse where she later added post-anesthesia care to her specialties. As a traveling nurse, she worked in different areas of the country including Hawaii, Alaska, Boston and the Mayo Clinic’s Arizona location. When she wasn’t working, she explored the world, visiting Colombia, India, Mexico, Nepal, Southeast Asia and Europe. With family in Washington state, she looked forward to visiting and spent endless days snowboarding in the mountains and later moved here and worked as a nurse. After traveling for years, she was excited to start a new challenge and went back to school to become a nurse practitioner (ARNP) and graduated with her master’s degree.

She loved bedside nursing and caring for critical patients but felt like something was missing – preventative care. As she would get to know families, it became increasingly clear that they needed help navigating their healthcare options. Healthcare is confusing and frustrating, and patients need someone they trust to guide them.

Her family brings her great joy. She and her husband love watching their toddler learn and grow. She finds that she wears a permanent smile when she is with her son. Seeing his curiosity, reactions and expressions after he learns something new thrills her. She knows whether it’s camping under the stars in the mountains or exploring a tropical beach, breaking out of your routine is recharging. She believes that if you’re healthy, you need to get out and live! We don’t know what tomorrow brings.

The voice of my patients

“Patricia Solomos is an amazing nurse practitioner who takes the time to listen to her patients and collaborate together to focus on patient-centered care. Her level of professionalism and clinical expertise is greatly appreciated.”

“She really knows how to connect with her patients. And has so much knowledge.”

Tricia Solomos, ARNP

“Becoming a nurse practitioner has helped me bridge my passion for nursing and helping patients with the holistic care I can provide as their provider.”


Nebraska Wesleyan University

Simmons College

It's easy!

For primary care:

· Call Patient Services at 253-848-5951.

· Sign in to MyChart.

For walk-in care:

· Just walk in without an appointment.

· Schedule ahead on our walk-in clinic page.

Masks are required in our clinics and we recommend getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

We will not be writing letters for masks or vaccine exemptions. Thank you for understanding.

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