Sue Bradshaw is a board-certified Nurse Practitioner. She began her career as an EMT-Paramedic at the age of 19, moving on to obtain her nursing degree from Johns Hopkins University in 2005. She worked as a Registered Nurse in the Emergency Department and Intensive Care Units for the next 10 years. Upon obtaining her Master of Science as a Nurse Practitioner from Regis University in Denver she transitioned into family practice and urgent care, spending much of the next seven years caring for those with mental health concerns. Working in both rural and metropolitan areas she has seen first hand the significant issues around access to mental health care, and the impact it has on people and their families. She believes each person has a right to a happy and fulfilling life, and she has spent her career helping her patients achieve these outcomes. In her spare time Sue can be found mountain biking with her family, camping, and working in her garden.
Caring is the essence of nursing. - Jean Watson.