Dr. Mark C. Hoffman, M.D. received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Pacific Lutheran University. He worked in HIV vaccine research at the University of Washington before attending medical school there, receiving his M.D. degree
in 1997. After a three year family medicine residency at the University of Rochester he moved back to the Northwest and joined a Poulsbo Family Practice clinic in 2000 and practiced there until 2009 when he left to launch Sound Family Health.
Dr. Hoffman is board certified by the American Board of Family Practice. Dr. Hoffman has enjoyed home brewing for the past 28 years. He resides in
Poulsbo with his family and enjoys snow and water skiing.
Dr. Charles W. Power, M. D. received his Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology from Baylor University prior to completing medical school at the university of Arkansas in 1982. After an internship at Deaconess hospital in Spokane, he completed
his family practice residency at north Colorado Medical Center in 1985. Dr. Power then practiced in the Spokane area for nine years before moving to
Poulsbo in 1998. He practiced family medicine at a clinic in
Poulsbo for eleven years, and then launched sound Family Health beginning on
Bainbridge Island in 2009. Dr. Power is a board certified member of the American Academy of Family Practice. He enjoys cycling, backpacking, piano playing and singing. Dr. Power is a member of the
Dr. Teresa A. Andersen, M.D. received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from
Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA in 1990. She attended the University of Washington where she received her medical degree in 1994. Dr. Teresa Andersen completed Family Medicine Residency training at the Naval Hospital in
Bremerton in 1997 and then spent four more years on active duty, including two years in Guam. She then worked in
Poulsbo for a family practice clinic until 2009 when she left to launch Sound Family Health. Dr. Teresa Andersen is a board certified member of the American Board of Family Medicine. She enjoys spending time with her husband,
Dr. Brad Andersen and children. She also volunteers whenever possible in the community and the schools.
Dr. Brad L. Andersen, M.D. received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Literature with a minor in Biology and Chemistry from Carroll College in Missoula, MT in 1989. He attended medical school, surgical internship and family medicine
residency at the University of Washington, completing his training in 1997. He spent two years practicing in Guam where he was the Medical Director of Continental Micronesia Family Medical Center. In 1999, he returned
to the northwest where he worked as a physician with Peninsula Community Health until 2005 when he joined a
Poulsbo family practice clinic. In early 2009, he left to launch Sound Family Health. He was the Chief of the Department of Family Medicine at Harrison for 10 years and currently serves on the Physicians Advisory Committee.
He is board certified in Family Medicine. He enjoys all outdoor activities and spending time with his wife, Dr. Teresa Andersen and children. He is an active volunteer in the community and local schools.