Rev. Dr. Braden Andersen, DNP, MBA
Rev. & Dr. Braden Andersen is a dually board certified Family Practice owner in Washington State. His medical training started at the American University of Antigua – College of Medicine, before transferring into the dual Doctoral (DNP) program at the University of South Alabama. During his time at AUA, he was the President of the “Doctors for Christ” (DFC) Club and a founder of the campus EMS Response Team and School Medical Clinic. While he has worked with several physician staffing companies in the Emergency Department and for several years as an inpatient Internist Admitter, he currently owns and operates three independent family practice clinics and is the Interim Medical Director for a separate non-surgical orthopedic clinic. While studying at AUA College of Medicine, he was also dually-enrolled in a MBA program, which allowed him several years of hospital leadership and healthcare management consulting. He runs a robust training program for medical Residents, NPs, PAs, and Medical Students which emphasizes advanced procedures as he has received specialized additional training in interventional pain management. He received over 7 rewards related to patient satisfaction scores, was published in multiple healthcare articles in the South Sound Magazine and other regional periodicals, and was just awarded as the “Best Primary Care Physician in Kent.”
However, more importantly to him, Braden is an Endorsed Evangelist with the United Pentecostal Church International. He is a sectional NAM director and has been involved in starting multiple churches, and is a first-generation Apostolic and describes this as his passion; medicine secondarily being “just a fun day job.” His ministerial emphasis – found at outreachandgrowth.com - is on marketing, evangelism, altar working, retention, and discipleship methods. In the last year, he was involved in revivals and crusades totaling over 1,500 receiving the spirit for the first time across multiple countries.