Marsha Collins, PA-C, CDE, is practicing at Pella Medical Clinic. She was the recipient of the 2002 Physician Assistant of the Year for the State of Iowa. Her diabetes case management program for Pella Regional is nationally recognized. She has presented this program at conferences around the country, and it has served as a prototype for diabetes case management at other facilities.
Molly Engelhart, DNP, ARNP, is practicing at Pella Medical Clinic and Medical Clinic in Ottumwa. Engelhart earned her undergraduate degree in nursing at Mount Mercy University in 2008 and then her doctor of nursing degree at University of Iowa in 2014. She has extensive primary care experience and has special clinical interests in chronic disease management, wound care and health promotion.
Michelle Webster, RN, CDE, diabetes educator and health partner at Pella Medical Clinic, provides clinical expertise and acts as a resource to clients, families, schools and health care providers regarding diabetes management. Michelle is responsible for the design, implementation, facilitation and evaluation of the diabetes education programs to meet the individual and group learning needs.
Tamy Witt, RN, nurse at Pella Regional’s medical clinics in Pella and Ottumwa, graduated with a Registered Nursing degree in 2009 after years of working in Health Information Management. Tamy has experience in working with patients in a long term care setting and finds it very rewarding to make a difference in the lives of patients with diabetes.
Debbie Guild, RD, LD, CDE, dietitian and diabetes educator at Pella Regional’s medical clinics in Pella and Ottumwa, received her degrees in dietetics and nutrition fitness from Purdue University in 2000. Debbie has worked as a dietitian for many years and finds it rewarding to educate patients through nutrition counseling and classes.