Our mission is to provide exceptional healthcare in a respectful, compassionate, and healing environment. To accomplish this mission, we continually strive to bring quality healthcare providers to our community.
Beth Simon is nationally certified as a family nurse practitioner by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and has a specific interest in the pediatric population, adult health care with a focus on both disease prevention and management, and acute illness management.
Beth earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the Mount Carmel College of Nursing and Master of Science Degree in Nursing from Cedarville University. Prior to joining the Madison Health Primary Care team, she worked at Nationwide Children’s Hospital as a patient care assistant, inpatient registered nurse and ambulatory clinic registered nurse for almost eight years.
Growing up outside of Mount Sterling on her family’s farm, Beth dedicated many years to showing swine at the Madison County and Ohio State Fairs, and currently helps with local 4-H and Future Farmers of America (FFA) organizations. She is also a supportive coach to youth participating in area basketball and volleyball programs.
Beth is a graduate of Madison Plains High School and is excited to care for patients of all ages in a community which she calls home.
Education and Board Certifications
American Association of Nurse Practitioner
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