heather stolworthy, MPH, MSN, FNP-C provider

I have always been a nurse and have never thought of having any other career. I truly love what I do. Some of my earliest memories are of bandaging up my dad! I loved working in the hospital setting, but when I started to spend more time doing paperwork than I did with my patients, I knew it was time to make a change. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1994. I later returned to ISU to obtain a Master Degree in Public Health with a focus in patient education. Concurrently, I studied for a Master Degree in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Both of my theses are related to pediatric wellness. I graduated with honors in 2002 & 2003 respectively. I have a background in Pediatrics, Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Cardiology, Family Medicine, Urgent Care (certified in advanced suturing and joint injections), and extensive education in Hormone Replacement Therapy for both men and women. I've been trained to place hormone pellets by Dr. Robert Seik. Continuous education is imperative for me to deliver the most current information and treatment options for my patients. I am presently preparing for certification in advanced BHRT from The Academy of Preventive and Innovative Medicine. I am proud to be licensed in Idaho, Montana, Utah, Arizona, Nevada and South Dakota. Other state licenses are currently pending. I pride myself in providing a unique form of medical care that is not only up-to-date and research supported, but surpasses what most clinics are able to offer. I believe that I have assembled a support team of professionals that are "the best of the best" and I utilize the utmost respected laboratory, compounding pharmacies, and imaging facilities so that my patients receive premier care, not just good care.
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leigh ann, patient accounts manager & practice management advisor

I have nearly 30 years of experience in medical billing.  I learned to do what I do by rolling up my sleeves and jumping in feet first! I was first introduced to the medical world in 1987 when I got a job in a little country hospital in New Hampshire.  I started at the bottom sorting mail and answering phones.  Eventually I worked my way into the billing department....and so my medical billing career began. In 1991, my life's journey landed me in California and after a stint in banking, I was again thrust into the medical world.  For 9 years I managed the office of a vascular surgeon and billing was part of the job. I moved to Idaho in 2005. After working for an independent physician for several years, I was encouraged to start my own business.  I founded Treasure Valley Billing in 2015, an affordable medical filing service company to assist consumers with filing and receiving prompt reimbursement of their medical claims.   With all my experience in medical billing, I have learned how to navigate the system effectively.  I have a very strong work ethic and am dedicated to providing the client with comprehensive, confidential, personalized claims service.  I am very productive and tenacious and will work hard to provide you with a prompt resolution by quickly submitting your medical claims. Treasure Valley Billing provides medical billing services from the independent practitioner to the patient. All clients receive the highest quality of service and attention to detail. I use electronic medical billing for the independent practitioners as well as for helping patients pursue reimbursement when seeking out of network provider.    https://treasurevalleybilling.com
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marlena, BSN, RN

My nursing career has spanned over 25 years. My education as a Bachelor prepared Professional Nurse has afforded me the ability to fulfill my passion to serve both diverse and vulnerable populations and to be able to educate, advocate and be a resource for those I serve.
Many of my roles revolved around leadership and management positions. Those roles have been diverse and it has been a privilege to be tasked with creating and establishing ground floor projects and collaborating in team settings.

I have had the pleasure of working in a broad range of modalities with a focus on triage, as well as working in specialty settings such as; pulmonology, cardiology, infectious disease, and gastroenterology. That experience has fortunately paved the way for what I believe has created my call to action, and that call to action is PREVENTION! Many years working in the medical field left me with a profound understanding and commitment on the importance of educating people about their own health, and how that education teaches people the importance of being their own advocate. Prevention is key to not only a transformative life, but increased quality and optimal health. My deepest interest lays in the correlation between inflammation and disease. I love being a part of a team that transforms lives. The key is understanding that there are a lot of options available (possible some that you have not heard of) that can tell us a lot about how to prevent disease rather than having to cure it. It’s the right of every patient to have the opportunity to understand their risks for disease by understanding their labs, screenings genetic predispositions, environmental factors, and lifestyle choices and how figuring that out can prolong their life and empower them to optimal health.
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