Marsha L. Atherton, M.D.
Marsha Atherton grew up in a small town in the upper peninsula of Michigan and received her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan, medical degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit and residency at Providence Hospital Family Medicine Program in Southfield, MI. She joined the GCHC team in 2010 and became the medical director of the clinic in 2011.
Clark Fultz, D.O.
Clark Fultz has been a physician in the Cut Bank community for many years now. He joined the GCHC team in 2010 after spending a few years in Alaska at a small community clinic. Before that, he worked at Northern Rockies Medical Center. He enjoys spending time with his horses and family.
Claire DeHaan, F.N.P.
Claire DeHaan is a Family Nurse Practitioner, originally from Grand Rapids, MI. She did her undergraduate education at Hope College in Michigan and received her Master’s degree from Loyola University Chicago. She has been at GCHC since August 2014. She is passionate about working with individuals to pursue health – physically, emotionally, spiritually, and mentally. She also loves running, hiking, reading and exploring Glacier
Michele Beebe, F.N.P.
Michelle Beebe is a Family Nurse Practitioner who is a U.S. Army veteran and has worked as an ICU, ER and medical surgical registered nurse prior to attending a NP master’s program at MSU Bozeman. She is Board Certified for Family Practice through AANP (American Association of Nurse Practitioners). She has a goal of adding her psychiatric certification. She has worked in emergency rooms in Poplar and Glasgow as well as throughout northeastern Montana, and she worked for the VA in both Glasgow and Cut Bank before returning to the ER at NRMC in 2014. Special interests include health promotion and disease prevention, Yoga, and fitness, and loves include her cats, skiing, Glacier Park, and music.