Originally from Steele, N.D., Marquart received her Master in Science of Nursing Family Nurse Practitioner from the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, N.D. She became a nurse in 2002 because of her passion for helping people. She also enjoys the geriatric population and has worked with them for 12 years.
“I am thrilled to join the wound clinic and great JRMC specialty team. I am excited to serve the Jamestown and surrounding areas as a specialty provider,” Marquart said. “My goal is to not only help patients with wound healing, but to get to know them on a personal level.”
“JRMC is excited for Holli to join our wound team. Holli is enthusiastic and committed to providing the best care to patients and our community,” said Trisha Jungels, JRMC Chief Nursing Officer.
The JRMC Wound & Hyperbaric Center team includes Family Nurse Practitioner Amanda Lausch, Dr. Kayla Emter and Healogics Program Director Lesli Scharbrough. Onboarding Marquart means the wound center will have a provider on-site daily and will increase patient capacity.
“We welcome Holli to our Wound & Hyperbaric Center team. We are excited for this opportunity to provide additional patients with legendary healthcare,” said JRMC Clinic Manager, Patty Kline.
When Marquart is not working, she enjoys spending time gardening, traveling, fishing and enjoying the outdoors with her two children and husband, Derik.
To learn more about the Wound & Hyperbaric Center, call (701) 952-4878.