Sandy Marcus, MSN, PMHNP-BC
Sandy Marcus was born and raised in rural southern Iowa. She began her nursing career in southern Iowa as an LPN, then made the decision to obtain her RN. After working for three years as an RN, Sandy obtained her Bachelors Degree in Nursing. Feeling a calling for a change in direction, Sandy decided to work toward her Masters in Nursing and focus on becoming a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner.
Sandy has worked in many areas of the medical field such as pharmacy technician, EMT, surgical nurse, ER nurse, and medical-surgical nurse (med-surg RN). Most recently, Sandy worked at Clarke County Hospital in the emergency department and as then as the Specialty Services Manager over surgery and infusion. While working at Clarke County Hospital she attended school part time to earn her master’s in nursing from Walden University as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner.
Sandy offers psychiatric assessment, diagnosis and medication management for patients. She has a great desire to bring healing to individuals mental health through therapy and medication management.
She enjoys spending time with her significant other Jeffrey and her two adult children as well as their spouses and her grandchildren. Sandy enjoys being outside gardening, caring for animals, watching food network, and traveling. Sandy has 37 years of experience serving patients and is excited to serve residents in rural Iowa.