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Blue Bradley earned her RN degree through the Omak Wenatchee Valley College nursing program. Then she went on to get her Master’s degree in Nurse-Midwifery from the Frontier School of Midwifery & Family Nursing. Before completing these degrees, Blue gained valuable knowledge working as a professional Birth Doula and Midwife's Assistant at homebirths for three years. Blue's outdoor interests are varied including: biking, hiking, skiing, climbing, running & swimming. “The Methow Valley is my home and I value helping my community and friends have positive memorable births and achieve optimal health.”
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Margarita Shanks comes to FHC having earned her degrees right here in Washington. She got her Bachelor of Clinical Health Services and degree in Physician Assistant Studies at the University of Washington School of Medicine-MEDEX Northwest. Margarita completed family practice rotations at SeaMar, with clerkships at Harborview, Overlake, Skagit valley hospitals, as well as 3 years Hospice and Palliative Care Volunteering work for Evergreen Hospice in Kirkland. She is also bi-lingual in English and Spanish. "I believe in the core values of FHC and their commitment to provide excellent care to our underserved population. I am passionate about helping my community to achieve wellness, so they can enjoy a healthier, longer life with their family and better serve their communities."