- Family Nurse Practitioner-Board Certified
- Registered Nurse
- Primary Care Provider
Morgan Mental Health Care
10548 W. Business Park Lane
Boise, ID 83709
Hours & Fees
- Licensed Family Nurse Practitioner-Board Certified
- National Provider Identifier
Morgan Primary Health Care Professional
Michelle Stimak, FNP-BC
Family Nurse Practitioner-Board Certified
Michelle Stimak, FNP-BC is an experienced registered nurse with a master’s or doctoral degree and advanced clinical training.
Michelle started her health care career as a CNA caring for independent elderly in their homes, working in long-term care and dementia units. Hence, she has seen the long-term effects of chronic illness in the community and how important preventative care is. She has worked in the Emergency Department as a C.N.A as well as a R.N. expanding her view of gaps in the hospital system and the need for yet even more focus on prevention, education and good nutrition.
Michelle got her Bachelor of Nursing in Science in 2011 and has worked as an RN in many different specialties including IV Nutrition, Naturopathic Care, Emotion/Trauma Release, Detoxification, Colon Hydrotherapy, Telemetry, Post-Surgical Care, Inpatient Psych Emergencies, Long Term Care, Acute Rehabilitation Management and Pediatric In-home Care. Having this diverse experience and a passion for helping others, Michelle began working on her Family Nurse Practitioner and graduated in 2019. Her focus of practice in an Integrative and Functional Approach, searching for the best that both allopathic and naturopathic an offer in helping each patient search for a root cause to their problem to find the most effective affordable and sustainable solution.
Michelle is certified to work with all ages. She adheres to nursing values, ethics, standards, and laws when providing holistic and patient-centered care. Patient driven, family-centered, compassionate care are the bases for treatment plans that include psychotherapy and medication management for best patient outcomes.
“He who has health, has hope;
and he who has hope, has everything.”
~ Thomas Carlyle
- Ear & Sinus Infections
- Digestive Dilemmas
- Nutrition Imbalances
- Adrenal Fatigue
- Chronic Health Conditions
- Root Cause Analysis
- Lyme Disease, Parasites & Candida
- Post-Covid Syndrome
IV therapy is a delivery method for fluids and medication. “IV” stands for intravenous, which means it’s administered through the veins. The fluid that contains vitamins and minerals or medication is delivered via an IV drip or injection into the vein, which allows the therapy to move quickly through your bloodstream.
IV therapies are administered by a healthcare professional, for a variety of different reasons, from dehydration to medical emergencies. IV therapy can also help address symptoms related to conditions like the cold, the flu, morning sickness and hangovers.
In primary care settings, family nurse practitioners (FNPs) are often the first to see patients with mental illnesses. FNPs can diagnose and treat patients with uncomplicated mental illness, such as depression and anxiety. Michelle collaborates with our mental health providers to provide the widest scope of care possible. Michelle’s strong sense of empathy helps her to better understand patients and provide specialized individual care.
- Drug Use & Addiction
- L.T. Recovery Assistance
- Emotional Release