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Dr. Freda Bush
Dr. Freda Bush, well-known physician and pro-life leader

Dr. Freda Bush, a prominent Jackson physician and pro-life activist, died Sunday, January 15. How Freda Bush died and the cause of her death in detail.

How did Dr. Freda Bush die?

Bush worked as a physician at East Lakeland OB/GYN Associates, PA in Jackson for 30 years, providing obstetrics and gynecology services to the local community.

U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) issued the following statement in response to Bush’s death:

“Gail and I mourn the loss of Dr. Freda Bush, a pro-life giant whose example inspired doctors, nurses and citizens across the country.

In her 30 years as an obstetrician-gynecologist, Dr. Bush has worked on the front lines serving women and children, becoming a leading voice for the unborn. She championed the Mississippi Equal Life Act of 2020, which has saved countless lives.

Her journey from nurse to doctor to pro-life leader was an American success story. Her impact will live on in the lives of those she inspired and the children born through her tireless efforts. As we mourn her loss, we celebrate her legacy.

Who was Dr. Freda Bush?

Freda Bush was an obstetrician/gynecologist, author, speaker and community leader. For more than 40 years, Freda McKissick Bush, MD, FACOG, has been active in women’s health issues.

She taught maternity clinics at the University of Arkansas, Little Rock, in 1968. She worked at Harlem Hospital after receiving her nurse midwife certification in 1970 from Columbia University in New York.

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Dr. Bush was appointed Director of the Nursing and Midwifery Programs at the University of Mississippi in 1974.

She graduated from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine in 1983 and the University of Tennessee Medical Center at Memphis in 1987, after completing a residency in obstetrics and gynecology there.

In Jackson, Mississippi, at East Lakeland OB-GYN Associates, she is a senior partner. She became a clinical instructor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.

Dr. Bush has served on the board of the Medical Institute for Sexual Health. She was previously appointed by the President to the President’s Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS, where she served from 2006 to 2009. A member of the CDC/HRSA Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS, she also served in that capacity.

Dr. Bush is a past Chair of the Board of Directors of the United States Federation of State Medical Boards (2011-12). For twelve years she was a member of the Mississippi State Board of Medical Licensing.

Dr. Bush served as past president of the Central Mississippi Medical Society. She won the Mississippi State Medical Association Community Service Award in 2006

Dr. Freda Bush’s Cause of Death:

The East Lakeland website said Dr. Bush died peacefully, surrounded by his family. She died after a long illness at the age of 75.

Her website released a statement on Dr. Bush’s death, and the statement read: “To all the patients who loved Dr. Freda M. Bush, it is with heavy hearts that we share this news. Surrounded by her family, Dr. Bush passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 15th. Please keep her family in your prayers.”

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After her retirement in 2017, state lawmakers honored Bush.

Visitation is scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 26 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Westhaven Memorial Funeral Home in Jackson.

Funeral services will be held at Jackson’s New Horizon Church International on Friday, January 27, 2023 at 11:00 a.m.


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