“My patient care philosophy is to provide patients with compassionate, empathetic, and quality care with the highest professionalism and respect. In doing so I would like to enable each patient to enhance their health and reduce their overall risk of developing chronic and preventable disease states.”

Board Certifications

  • Certified, Medical Examiner, National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners (NCRCME)
  • Certified, Physician Assistant, National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA)


Graduate Schools

Medical College of Georgia – Augusta University
Physician Assistant Program, Allied Health Sciences
Augusta, GA

Southwestern Georgia Theological Seminary
Doctorate of Religious Studies, Master of Religious Studies
Sylvester, GA

Undergraduate Schools

Georgia Southwestern College
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
Americus, GA

Southwestern Georgia Theological Seminary
Bachelor of Religious Studies
Sylvester, GA

Hospitals Affiliated With

Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital
Phoebe North Hospital

Professional Associations

American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA)

American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN)

Flint River Association of Physician Assistants

Georgia Association of Physician Assistants (GAPA)

Personal Interests

If not going to school for more education, her interests are surrounding a longtime desire to be a historian, and she enjoys all periods of history but is greatly interested in the Civil War Era. In pursuit of more knowledge is a combined goal to help preserve history for the generations to come.


Bonnie Sisk is a native of Perry, Florida. She started her college career at then, Georgia Southwestern College, and graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science degree concentrating in Chemistry. After graduating she decided while planning long-term goals to work on her Teaching Certification, and by “what she calls Divine Intervention” received a calling through a brochure from the Medical College of Georgia Physician Assistant Program. Recalling the bedside manner and care she had received by a PA after an orthopedic injury and subsequent surgery she felt compelled to pursue a career as a Physician Assistant. She felt this was her place to be, providing medical care and still having time to get to know patients on a more personal level. Bonnie graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Medical College of Georgia. She joined the Albany Internal Medicine clinical staff in July 1995. Since that time she has enjoyed the compassionate, quality, and medical expertise that embodies Albany Internal Medicine.

She has also gone on to pursue a Master’s and Doctorate in Religious Education, followed by a Master’s in Theology from South West Georgia Theological Seminary and hopes to complete the Doctoral degree in theology in the future. These degrees were more for the personal interest and knowledge, to help her more in the day to day routine of life and ability to empathize with others.