Margaret Mortimer, FNP, MPH
Margaret Mortimer joined FMHC in 2011. In addition to providing family practice, she is a clinical coordinator and provider for refugee screening, refugee continuity clinic, TB clinic and hepatitis clinics at the Emerald office. Margaret has been providing primary care as a board certified, Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), in Idaho, since 1997. Prior to joining FMHC, work experiences include St Luke’s Internal Medicine, rural health care In Southwestern Idaho and service in the National Health Service Corps. Her degrees include a Masters in Public Health(MPH) from University of Liverpool, Masters in Science in Nursing(MSN), Registered Nurse(RN) degree from Vanderbilt University, Bachelors of Arts(BA) in Philosophy and French from the University of Wisconsin. She is a returned Peace Corps Volunteer where she served as a community health educator in Cote d’Ivoire, West Africa. Outside of work, she likes to explore Idaho’s beautiful outdoor spaces or be on the ocean.
Vanderbilt University School of Nursing
Family Medicine / Refugee Care