Nurse Practitioner Joins Franklin Health Pediatrics
Professional interest is on the impact of food, diet, and environmental conditions on human health
January 7, 2013
Molly Clark, FNP
Franklin Health Pediatrics is pleased to announce that nurse practitioner Molly Clark, FNP, joined its practice on January 2. Other providers in the medical practice include Lorien Batt, MD; Kathleen Hickey, MD; John Hickey, MD; and Michele McCormick, MD.
Clark is a nurse practitioner who received her master’s degree in family nurse practitioner studies from the University of Vermont College of Nursing and Health Services in Burlington. In 2005, she received a master’s degree in natural resource planning from the University of Vermont Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources.
Clark’s interest in environmental sciences lends itself nicely to a professional interest on the impact of food, diet, and environmental conditions on human health.
Before joining Franklin Health Pediatrics, Clark provided patient care at the University of Maine Farmington Student Health Center. Before that she provided patient care and education while serving as triage nurse at the University of Vermont’s Center for Health and Wellbeing.
Franklin Health Pediatrics offers a full range of medical care for newborns through teens. Services such as well-child care and immunizations, sports physicals, adolescent gynecological care, asthma care, along with acute and chronic illness care are provided.
For more information or to make an appointment with Molly Clark, call Franklin Health Pediatrics at 778-0482 or visit the practice located on the first floor of the Franklin Health Medical Arts Center on the Franklin Memorial Hospital campus.
Clark lives in New Portland with her husband Gabe and 18-month-old daughter Maisie. She enjoys raising pigs, cattle, and chickens on the family farm, plus skiing and kayaking during her free time.
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