Beth McGee

Originally from North Alabama, Beth McGee earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of North Alabama in 1985. Her nursing career there included seven years in the Intensive Care Unit, cardiac rehabilitation, nursing education and the first nurse admitting office manager in Alabama. While in Alabama, she became certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center in Nursing Professional Development and an instructor for the American Heart Association.

Longing to be in the mountains, and away from the heat and humidity, she and her husband moved to Montana in the winter of 1996. Her experience in Montana includes manager of six rural clinics in Sanders County, home health and hospice, and nursing education. With over 20 years of nursing experience and a desire to take to the next level, she enrolled in the Gonzaga University Nurse Practitioner program. After the three years program, she graduate with a Master’s of Science in Nursing as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner. She is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She has served as a Regional and National Faculty for the American Heart Associations from 1998 to 2013.

She has been working as a Neurology Nurse Practitioner since 2009. Since Beth personally has had chronic migraines most of her life, she chose Neurology as the field she felt she should practice. She also enjoys the patients that are common to the field of general neurology e.g. Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Dementia, Tremor.

She and her husband enjoy snowmobiling, camping, hiking, and their dogs. When Beth gets some time alone, she enjoys quilting.