Shannon Marsh, FNP-C is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners National Certification Board. Mrs. Marsh is Board Certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners in Family Medicine. She is a current member of the Nurse Practitioners of Oregon, ARNP United of Washington State, and the International Council of Nurses Nurse Practitioner/Advanced Practice Nurse Network.
Mrs. Shannon Marsh with great enthusiasm and dedication joined Pacific Family Medicine December 2020. She had been searching for a practice that she could become partner and dedicate the rest of her career building relationships with her patients and their families.
Mrs. Marsh began her nursing career at Gulf Coast State College in Florida before moving to England in 1998. She went on to earn her Advanced Nurse Practitioner Degree from Bournemouth University in 2006. Later earning her Post Graduate Certificate in Advanced Practice from the University of the West of England in 2011. While practicing medicine in England, her focus was primarily emergency medicine.
Later in 2011 Mrs. Marsh and her family returned to the United States to be closer to extended family. In 2014 Mrs. Marsh earned her master’s degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner. During this time, she worked in emergency medicine in of New Hampshire. Most recently Mrs. Marsh worked for Ocean Beach Hospital and Clinics where she performed primary care and hospitalist services for hospital inpatients from 2015 to 2020. She also worked for Pacific County Health Department providing family planning and sexual health services from 2018 to 2021.
Mrs. Marsh has volunteered as the designated health care provider for multiple high school and club sports including football, soccer, volleyball, track and field, cricket, and rugby to name a few. She is also a qualified track and field official and has coached soccer and other youth sports for many years.
Mrs. Marsh enjoys spending time with her husband Adrian and their six children, their partners, and three amazing grandchildren. Mrs. Marsh and her husband have been volunteering for South Pacific Humane Society as fosters for puppies and kittens since 2017. They also have three dogs and two cats of their own. Mrs. Marsh enjoys reading, hiking, traveling whenever possible to visit family and explore new places, and has recently rediscovered camping.