Simply Health DP3 has been a dream of Drs. Bui, a husband and wife team. We are veterans with a mission to provide patients with comprehensive, accessible, affordable, and hassle-free healthcare. We are dedicated to providing quality care with personal attention to each and every patient. Whether you need routine check-ups, preventative care, treatment for chronic conditions, alternative pain treatments, we have got you covered.
Ai-Hien (Grace) Bui, D.O.
Dr. Bui was born in Vietnam, migrated to the WA state at age 9 and has considered WA her home ever since. She graduated from University of Washington with a Bachelor Degree in Microbiology. She was a recipient of the Navy Health Professional Scholarship Program (HPSP) and received her medical degree from A.T. Still University - Kirksville College of Osteopathy. She completed her Family Medicine Residency at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton, CA, while on active duty in the United States Navy. During her time at US Naval Hospital Guam, she practiced full scope family medicine caring for active duty members , retirees and their family members. She enjoyed primary care, prenatal care, delivering babies, and inpatient adult medicine. At her last duty station at Branch Medical Clinic Indian Head, Maryland, she also served various leadership roles such as the Chairman of Medical Executive Committee, Senior Medical Officer and Medical Director of Immunization. Due to family reasons, she left the Navy to follow her husband supporting his Army career.
Dr. Bui is Board Certified in Family Medicine and loves providing care for all ages. She has a strong emphasis on preventive medicine and health maintenance. She is also experienced in military medicine, urgent care, osteopathic medicine, and acupuncture.
Dr. Bui enjoys time with her family, gardening, exploring nature, traveling, and home cooked meals.
Tam Bui, D.O.
Dr. Tam Bui was born in Vietnam and at age 5 escaped communism on a boat to the Philippines with his mother and older brother. They eventually were reunited with his father in Kent, WA. After high school, Dr. Bui joined the United States Navy as a Corpsman. Following his Naval Service, he returned home and graduated from University of Washington – Seattle with a Bachelor Degree in Economics and minor in Political Science. He received his medical degree at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Bradenton, FL as a recipient of HPSP scholarship. He completed Internal Medicine Internship at Naval Medical Center San Diego and Family Medicine Residency at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton. He was blessed to complete Medical Acupuncture training during his residency. His holistic approach to pain using acupuncture and manual medicine kept him busy as he was sought out by patients and peers for help. While serving as the Regimental Surgeon for 5th Marines at Camp Pendleton, he continued to advance his education and sought additional training in Prolotherapy and Perineural Injection Therapy (PIT) to improve care for his Marines. He saw the possibilities of combining Acupuncture and PIT; driving him to spend countless hours studying and refining his approach. Still with many questions to be answered, he transitioned into the Army in 2018 to pursue a second residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to advance his knowledge. He is dual board certified in Family Medicine and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. He is currently on Active Duty at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. He continues to study and advance his work and is now focusing on how to layer on Functional Medicine to not only treat Pain but improve Performance for his patients.