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Brenda B. Martin, CRNP

Primary Care, Family Medicine

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Brenda B. Martin's Locations

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Health Center At Bath

6649 Chrisphalt Drive
Suite 103
Bath, PA 18014-8500
United States

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About Brenda B. Martin

Philosophy of care

My philosophy of care is "patient centered care". The patient is first and together we will establish a plan of care that is right for them. I value educating clients to be in control of their own health care and health practices and it is my goal to facilitate what their decisions are. I believe in caring for my family and I consider my patients an extension of my family.

Why I entered medicine

My family are all caregivers. I decided to become a nurse when I was around the age of 26. I was working in healthcare and I had a desire to know more. I wanted to be more educated in my field. I started educating at age 26 and did not stop until I had my degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner. I now can provide quality, patient centered care. I had excellent role models along my journey. Now I would like to be a role model for others.

Community involvement

Over the past years I have participated in many community outreaches including volunteering at health fairs, immunization clinics and fun runs. I served on my local school board for 10 years while my children were in school. I am open to serve in this community and my goal is to participate in an over seas medical missions trip.

Personal interests

My number one personal interest is my family. I am married a terrific man, he is a family physician and geriatrician and runs a residency program. I have a son Brandon who has a doctorate in physical therapy. Brandon is married to Kate who is a occupational therapist. They have two children, my grandchildren, Alyssa and Abigail. I have a daughter Kelsey, presently in nursing school, a daughter Dianna who has a PhD in Microbiology and a daughter Heather who is a nutritionist and presently working on her clinical degree. They all keep me busy in my spare time. I also love to cook, bake, and exercise.


St. Luke's Hospital, RN-Registered Nurse, 1991

Pennsylvania State University, BSN - Bachelor of Science in Nursing, 1999

College Misercordia, MSN - Master of Science in Nursing, 2002

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