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Mark Anstadt, ARNP


Nurse Practitioner
Bailey-Boushay House
Mark.Anstadt@virginiamason.org

Mark has worked at Bailey-Boushay House since 2010, and has been a nurse practitioner since 2011. His areas of special interest include HIV care, palliative care and wellness. He assists with medical management of Bailey-Boushay House inpatient residents, including health promotion, assessments, diagnosis and treatment of chronic and acute illness. He helps oversee the care of each resident and shares his assessments with the interdisciplinary team to achieve the best possible outcomes.

Mark is a member of the American Nurses Association (ANA), Washington State Nurses Association (WSNA), Puget Sound Nurse Practitioners Association, American Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC) and American Academy of HIV Medicine (AAHIVM).

Mark is a musician, playing trumpet locally as a soloist and as a member of Brassband Northwest, Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra and High Class Brass. He rides his bicycle for transportation and pleasure, and enjoys his season subscriptions to the 5th Avenue Theatre and the Pacific Northwest Ballet.

Tell us about providing care for Bailey-Boushay House clients?
"I am humbled and inspired on a daily basis by the life spirit shown by people even in the most challenging of situations. These brave individuals and families have reshaped my ideas about what is possible when hope and love are present."

What is your favorite part about working at Bailey-Boushay House?
BBH is a wonderfully hope-filled place. The hope that pain can be relieved, families supported through grief, and the experience of community can be provided to people who have had their lives fractured through illness, prejudice or social isolation.

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