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Physician assistant Sonya Bullock joins Bailey Primary Care

Posted on January 12, 2021

Updated on January 13, 2021

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Wilson Physician Services is welcoming physician assistant Sonya Bullock to its team in Bailey. 

Bullock is a certified physician assistant and is practicing at Bailey Primary Care, formerly Bailey Family Practice Center, where Ted Brna, M.D., practiced for 30 years. Brna retired from the practice on Dec. 31, and Wilson Physician Services will continue offering care to the Bailey community.

Bullock received her Bachelor of Arts degree in physician assistant studies and Bachelor of Science in biology degree from East Carolina University in Greenville.

She specializes in general health, women’s health, chronic disease management, treatment of minor conditions and management of diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

Bullock comes to Bailey from Med First Primary and Urgent Care in Roanoke Rapids, where she has worked for the last year. No stranger to Wilson, Bullock had a two-year stint working at Forest Hills Immediate Care from 2017-2019. Prior to that, she worked as a hospitalist at Nash General Hospital, as well as a primary care practice in Emporia, Virginia, urgent care clinics and a Women’s Health clinic in Roanoke Rapids.

Originally from Murfreesboro, Bullock has been married to husband Robby for 17 years, and they have two children. She enjoys watching her son play travel baseball and her daughter compete as a gymnast. Her interests also include spending time with family and camping at Lake Gaston, visiting the beach and fishing.

Bailey Primary Care is welcoming new patients. Appointments may be made by calling 252-235-4181. Telehealth appointments are also available. Visit WilsonPhysicianServices.com for more information.

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