Angie Peterson is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner.
Angie started her career in the medical field as an LPN, graduating from Eastern Idaho Technical College (now College of Eastern Idaho) in Idaho Falls in 2004. She then completed her Associate Degree in Nursing as a Registered Nurse at Eastern Idaho Technical College in 2011. In 2014, she went on to get her bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Western Governors University based in Salt Lake City, UT. She then returned to WGU to obtain her master’s degree in Nursing Leadership and Management in 2017. In 2020, she completed her Post-Master’s Certificate Family Nurse Practitioner training through Maryville University based out of St. Louis Missouri. She is accredited through American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
During her career she has had a variety of experience including inpatient medical/surgical, nursery/NICU/maternity, juvenile corrections, public health, dialysis home program, case management/Director of Nursing in Home Health and Hospice and Pediatrics. She has enjoyed all aspects of her career and the diverse experiences it has brought to her life.
Angie chose to be a FNP so that she could care for patients of all ages. With her experience and training, she has cared for patients in various levels of acuity as well as across the lifespan. However, she has a passion for preventative health, mental health, pediatric care and women’s health. Communication is very important to her and making sure that patients, and their families, feel that their concerns are being heard and addressed. She cares for patients in a way that makes them feel comfortable to bring up all concerns and needs with assurance of receiving safe evidence-based care with treatment and guidance tailored to each of their unique needs.
Though she was born in Utah she was raised an Idahoan farm girl in Parker since she was 4 years old. She is married and has four boys and one daughter-in-law. She loves to do anything with her family. They love baseball (especially the New York Yankees) and most anything outdoors.