Rose Bissonnette, left, and Katie Armbruster have joined the staff at Olympic Medical Physicians. Photos courtesy of Olympic Medical Center

Olympic Medical Physicians adds two women’s health staffers

Olympic Medical Center on Sept. 1 announced the addition of two new providers to the Olympic Medical Physicians’ (OMP) Women’s Health team in Sequim and Port Angeles.

OB-GYN Rose Bissonnette and certified physician assistant Katie Armbruster joined the clinic this summer and will provide gynecological services to patients.

“We are pleased to welcome two new providers to the Women’s Health clinic,” Women’s Health clinic manager Sheryl Clark said. “They are a wonderful addition to the clinic and community.”

Bissonnette specializes in both obstetrics and gynecology. She earned her medical degree from Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans and completed residency at University of Colorado.

Originally from Kitsap County, she chose to practice on the Olympic Peninsula to serve a community near where she was raised.

With a focus on both routine and complex pregnancies, as well as contraception, well-woman care and gynecological issues, Bissonnette said she looks forward to caring for patients throughout their lives, where, she says, “together we can work on optimizing your health at any age.”

Armbruster attended the physician assistant program at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Mich., and earned her master’s of science degree in medicine with an emphasis on gynecology.

“I hope to empower women to take charge of their gynecologic health,” Armbruster said. “I enjoy taking the fear out of gynecology and putting patients at ease.”

The new providers will see patients at the OMP Women’s Health clinics in Sequim and Port Angeles.

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