Staff announced for new Bull River clinic

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RIGHT: Robin Trull, Kjirsten Mercer and Angela Patten. (Courtesy photo)

Cabinet Peaks Medical Center has announced the staff for Cabinet Peaks Clinic at Bull River, its new clinic at 1029 Highway 200 in Noxon that’s set to open Sept. 10.

Staffers are Robin Trull, Kjirsten Mercer and Angela Patten, states a news release.

Trull, the clinic’s medical provider, is certified in advanced cardiac life support, advanced pediatric life support, advanced trauma life support and advanced comprehensive life support. She was a registered nurse for 29 years before becoming a physician’s assistant.

Mercer is a registered nurse with a limited permit radiologic license. She previously worked at Bull River Clinic when it was run by Bonner General of Sandpoint, Idaho.

Patten is a doctor of physical therapy who worked in the Cabinet Peaks Medical Center Rehab Department in both Libby and Troy since 2011. She treats conditions including vertigo, cervical and lower back pain, and post-surgical rehab.

The clinic will be open Mondays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., with physical therapy services available on Thursday afternoons.

The clinic’s phone number is 406-847-7325.

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