Family Nurse Practitioner
Kinsey Fisher is a Family Nurse Practitioner who joined RCWH in 2017. She treats patients of all ages and believes in supporting her patients to take an active role in their health care. She also believes in treating the whole person- physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.
Since becoming an NP, she truly feels that she has found her calling. Some of her favorite things to help patients with are: depression/anxiety, obesity/weight loss, and their preventative care needs. She enjoys teaching, and wants to make sure that her patients truly understand their health conditions and how to treat them.
Kinsey grew up in Montana and met her sweetheart Steven there. They were married in the Fall of 2015 and have 2 dogs together, Riley and Nova. When she is not at work, she enjoys using her creative side crafting and taking photos. She hopes that one day her and her husband will be lucky enough to welcome children into their home, as another one of her dreams is to become a mother.
Family Nurse Practitioner
Deni Llovet is a Family Nurse Practitioner and founder of River City Whole Health. RCWH is the result of her motivation to create a place where alternative medicine and Western medicine work together toward a single goal – health. She is always studying something related to her work, and enjoys putting her new knowledge to work every day!
Deni was raised in Nashville Tennessee, and along with her two sisters, has played music all her life. She writes songs, sings, and plays (guitar and keyboards, learning the button accordion). Her two sisters, Pati and Teri, live in Missoula also, and when all three play together, the result is SisterFix, an alternative Rock / Blues / Country / Folk / Jazz band. Deni rides her bicycle whenever possible to work and anywhere else; she is an avid reader of fiction and non-fiction; she gardens; she loves to cook, and makes a seriously delicious roast chicken. Home is Missoula during the week, the Country on weekends with the chickens, cats, deer and bears.
Marissa moved to Missoula from Denver, CO in May 2016 to be closer to family. Shortly after, she joined the RCWH team as our patient coordinator. Her past work experiences include being a child care leader and working in various medical offices. Prior to joining the medical field, she worked as a licensed cosmetologist. She enjoys helping people and believes that working at River City Whole Health allows her the opportunity to do just that.
Marissa has an 11 y.o. daughter, loving husband, and 2 dogs. She enjoys watching her daughter play soccer and learn to play the violin. She also enjoys spending time in the outdoors and playing Disney Emoji Blitz.
She is the friendly voice you will hear on the phone and the first face you will see when you enter the building. You can often see Marissa in the line of Loose Caboose getting her morning coffee prior to heading over to open the doors of RCWH. She has a knack for nicknaming the office plants and equipment. Her favorite word to use is “zesty” and she likes to talk in a British accent.
Her favorite treats: anything chocolate, especially cake from Bernice’s Bakery.
Debbie has worked for River City Whole Health since 2012. She is the mother of five great children who are her greatest accomplishment. In her spare time she enjoys playing the piano, quilting, playing games with her family, reading books and camping in the summers. She also loves to watch her children excel in sports and that keeps her very busy.
She has taught piano, had her own window covering business and worked in the service industry over the years. She worked as a patient advocate and did accounting for a chiropractor in Missoula for five years before joining River City Whole Health.
Debbie loves interacting with patients and helping them to achieve optimum health in a small clinic atmosphere. She takes the time to get to know the patients and develops friendships with them outside of the time spent at the clinic.
She is motivated by the growth and untapped potential of River City Whole Health and welcomes any suggestions to help us improve the clinic in the future.