Meet Our Providers

Lila Day, MD

Dr. Lila Day is Board Certified by the American Board of Family Practice.  Dr. Day received her undergraduate degree from the University of Washington and worked at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center conducting many of the first studies of the HIV virus as well as research into various cancer treatments. For some “light reading”, several of Dr. Day’s research papers have been published in theJournal of Infectious Diseases.  Dr. Day returned to school after thirteen years of research and traveled the world for her medical training receiving her medical degree from St. George’s University School of Medicine.  She has lived in Mexico, The West Indies, England, New York City and Pennsylvania.  She has also been on a medical mission to Africa.  Dr. Day feels fortunate to now reside in Lake Tapps where she was raised, and is raising her daughters, Larissa and Eugenia.


Mary Borgstadt, ARNP

Mary Borgstadt, ARNP has been a registered nurse for over thirty years and received her Master’s of Science in Nursing from Gonzaga University in December 1999. The majority of her experience is in cardiac disease and electrophysiology, the study of the heart’s rhythms. Mary began work at Lake Tapps Family Medicine in June, 2008 and is thrilled to return to the role of primary care provider. Growing up in South Dakota, she and her husband, Brian, moved to Covington three years ago from Billings, Montana. Lake Tapps Family Medicine’s family atmosphere is very much like being “at home.” Mary and Brian live in Covington with their two Bichon Frise and have two children, Christopher and Mary Beth.


 

Aubrey Young, PA-C 

Donald Weber, MD (Retired)

Dr. Donald Weber has been in family practice in Eastern Pierce County since 1965, caring for teens and adults for health matters and sports medicine though the local schools.  He has served the community as a member and chairman of the Sumner School Board and is an active member of the Sumner Rotary.  Dr. Weber is delighted to provide medical care and supplies to a small village in Honduras through recent mission trips.  His family resides in the Bonney Lake area and boasts of five children and seventeen grandchildren. His hobbies include golf, fishing, music, biblical history and travel.  Compassionate care for better total health is paramount in Dr. Weber’s delivery of services.