Megan Marstaeller, MD

Dr. Megan Marstaeller was born and raised in the small Montana town of Whitefish. She attended Carroll College in Helena, MT where she received bachelor’s degrees in Chemistry and Philosophy. For medical school, she attended the University of Washington School of Medicine through the WWAMI program. She set out on her medical school journey wanting to be a pediatrician. The experiences of her clinical rotations only strengthened this dedication.

Not only does she enjoy being able to interact with kids at all different developmental stages but she also has a passion for being a resource and advocate for patients and families alike. She is extremely excited to be a resident of PRI and to help kick start the new program. Some of the aspects that drew her to the program include: the unique training opportunities in rural medicine, advocacy training and the knowledgeable and personable staff, as well as the incredible location.

After residency she hopes to practice in a rural setting in the region.  Her favorite activities are basically anything that allows her and her husband to be outdoors. Running, skiing, archery, hiking, camping, and hot springing in undeveloped pools are just a few of her favorites. They are also proud dog parents of a very large rescue pup, Jocko, who participates with them in everything he possibly can but especially enjoys running.