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Marnie Burton CPNP
Marnie P. Burton, MSN, CPNP
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Prior to joining CMO she amassed a truly impressive range of experience. From 1990-94 Marnie provided primary care as a PNP at the Chelsea Memorial Health Center. Prior to that as an RN she was at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) for seven years, serving over time in a variety of roles including supervisor/charge nurse in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) and PICU transport team, Pediatric GI Clinic/Procedure nurse, and Clinical Coordinator of the MGH Children’s Rheumatology Unit. Marnie received her Bachelor’s degree from Duke University in 1983, and her Master’s degree in Ambulatory Pediatric Nursing and Maternal/Child Health from Boston College in 1990.
She is an extraordinarily smart, knowledgeable, responsible, caring, and seasoned professional who shares our academic orientation and style. Marnie served as one of our Clinical Care Coordinators for the Pediatric Alliance for Coordinated Care (PACC) – a research project our office participated in for over 5 years looking at managed care issues for children with special health care needs and developing a “Medical Home”. Marnie lives with her husband and two sons right here in Andover.
What would you do for a living if you weren’t a NP?
Somehow I found the perfect career for me as a NP. If I was doing something else it would still involve nursing/medicine perhaps in underserved parts of the world.
Do you have a philosophy?
Take care of your physical and mental health. You can only perform at your best when you feel your best.