Living life means taking risks and occasionally getting hurt in the process. Marsden Women & Family Healthcare proudly provides acute care to our patients, so you don't have to wait with everyone else at the hospital emergency room.
If you need caring, expert assistance when accidents happen, come see us and we will help you get back to doing what you love!
We provide healthcare for women and their families to help them achieve well-being both physically and emotionally. Elizabeth A. Sharp-Marsden, FNP believes that patients and healthcare providers need to work as a team to improve care. She comes from a long line of nurses who realize that being a nurse practitioner blends the art of nursing and medical care to treat the whole person, not just the symptom.
We pride ourselves on genuinely caring about our patients' well-being. We strive to be that bridge between you and living the healthiest you can be. We want to be that safe comfortable place that you can visit to seek the guidance to reach optimal health during your most vulnerable times.
We use integrative medicine, which is a form of medical therapy that combines practices and treatments from holistic medicine with conventional medicine.
Woman's Integrative Medicine
Patients and healthcare providers need to work as a team to improve care
Combines endobiogeny and modern medicine
DelLisa graduated from Weber State University with her ADRN degree in 2003. From there she worked at several hospitals in the Salt Lake Valley and Idaho. With her love of medicine and undying passion to care for others, she returned to school and went on to receive her Nurse Practitioner in 2018. DelLisa has always been interested and involved in the medical field. As she studied nursing and worked in hospitals, she realized that there was something missing in modern medicine. The desire to really help individuals on their wellness journey drove her to seek a more holistic approach.
DelLisa is currently is practicing Endobiogeny to treat individuals with natural remedies, lifestyle, and dietary changes. DelLisa combines endobiogeny and modern medicine to provide a holistic approach to her patient’s health. She firmly believes that it takes both traditional and modern medicine working together to accomplish the greatest good. Her biggest goal is to help others on their journey to well-being and good health. Currently she is loving life with her husband and six children.
Passionate about helping people get better
My name is Angie Swatsenbarg and I come from beautiful northwestern Wisconsin. I've been in Idaho for 13 years, which is hard to believe! My husband and I are a blended family, both bringing 2 children into the marriage and then we have 1 child together. I graduated from Brigham Young University in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science in Home and Family Life (aka human ecology, aka home economics). I have worked in a myriad of settings including my hometown turkey factory, legal assistant, waitress, custodial, data collection, administrative assistant, apartment manager, fiscal manager for foreclosures, and my own cleaning business.
After a time (and much prodding from a dear friend), I went back to school for nursing, which was what I had originally started out college. I attended EITC (before it became CEI), obtained my CNA, then my LPN with IV certification in 2010. After graduation, I was fortunate to be hired for the one job I really wanted - psychiatric nurse at Idaho State Hospital South. I loved working there, but after 7 years, decided a change from night shift and psych was in order. I then worked for a home health agency for 2 years which was a total change of pace! Finding Marsden Women and Family Healthcare was serendipity. I have always loved the whole body approach and not just holistic or just traditional medicine. Liz does a fantastic job at blending the 2 seamlessly to provide the best care for patients. And that is what I am passionate about, helping people get better.
My name is Hannah Baldwin. I am the newest addition to the Marsden Team. I grew up in Tooele, Utah and I'm the oldest of three. I graduated from Weber State University with a Bachelor's degree in Nursing. After becoming a registered nurse I worked as a home infusion nurse for 8 months. My husband and I just moved to Idaho Falls from Ogden, Utah when he accepted a High School teaching position in the area. I've been a nurse for a year and my favorite part of nursing is being able to use my skills to help those in need. I am often inspired by my patients' resilience and strength. In my spare time I like to run, read, cook, watch movies, spend time with family, and go on walks with my husband. I love raccoons and the color purple, as evidenced by a woodland-themed kitchen and a lavender bathroom. I recently adopted an adorable Siamese kitten named Sheila and she takes up a lot of my free time! I'm so excited to continue my nursing career at Marsden and I look forward to getting to know everyone and learning from the amazing staff!
My name is Sarah, and I am the receptionist at Marsden Women and Family Healthcare. You will find me behind the front desk, answering phone calls, scheduling, and helping with any questions you may have. I began my career at Marsden Women and Family in March 2021, and everyday I feel more and more at home. I have done administrative work for about 3 years, working in mental health/substance abuse and also working in the beauty industry as a licensed Esthetician. The transition into working for a busy medical clinic was a little intimidating, but ultimately, it spurred confidence and an undeniable enjoyment for working with the staff and all of our patients. When I am not working, I like to spend my time outdoors, traveling, and exploring new places. I am excited to be even a small part of the Marsden Healthcare family. It is an honor to work alongside such knowledgeable, friendly, courteous, and caring women.
Marsden Women & Family Healthcare offers an integrative approach to women’s health and solutions that are both functional and healthy for the whole family in Idaho Falls, ID.