Sue Bradshaw has been a Family Nurse Practitioner since 2014. Born and raised in Maine, she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, then moved to Denver in 2005. She worked at Swedish Medical Center for 10 years as a Registered Nurse in the Emergency Department and Intensive Care Units. In 2014 she finished her training as a Nurse Practitioner at Regis University and she transitioned to caring for patients and families in primary care.
Sue enjoys having the long term relationships with her patients and families which are found in primary care. She believes this relationship is a partnership, with responsibility on both sides to keep a person healthy. She enjoys providing education and empowerment to people so they can be in charge of their health.
Sue lives in Evergreen with her husband and children. She enjoys anything outdoors – particularly hiking, biking, skiing and rafting. She also greatly enjoys being part of a community where health and wellness are key ingredients in a balanced life, and the local people place an emphasis on caring for each other.