Margaret Marsh, FNP – Belgrade Clinic: "I do this because providing care is my passion." "My full name is Margaret Bell Marsh and I am a Family Nurse Practitioner and have worked as a FNP since 1997.
I was intrigued with becoming a nurse since before I can remember and I found a drawing that I made in kindergarten that said when I grow up I will be a nurse. I had no idea how rewarding it would be until it became a reality. I started as a candy striper in the mid-1980’s, became a certified nursing assistant in 1989, and then worked as a nurse tech during my nursing training. I did my associates degree, followed by my bachelor’s degree in 1995. I worked as an RN in acute care intensive care units along with teaching nursing until I graduated with my master’s degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
I have worked in just about every setting: in clinics, emergency rooms, inpatient rounds, nursing homes, family practice groups, women’s health, pediatrics, school-based health clinics, Indian Health Services with the Fort Peck Tribes in Poplar, MT and several walk-in clinics/urgent care clinics.
I enjoy helping not only the patients, but also working with my colleagues and staff who have become my friends.
I have loved working for many places in the past, but Bozeman Health is near the top for me. I joined the Bozeman Health Belgrade Clinic + UrgentCare team in October, 2018." #COVID19MT #TogetherMontana #TeamMontana #MTStrong #SlowtheSpread #HospitalWeek #MyHospital #HealthCareHeroes