Michele Marler, MD

Board Certified Family Practice Physician located in Great Falls, MT

About Dr. Marler

With over 25 years in practice as a family medicine specialist, Michele Marler, MD is a trusted family physician. She cares for patients at Missouri River Healthcare in Great Falls, Montana.

Dr. Marler earned her medical degree from the University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio (now Long School of Medicine). She went on to complete her residency training at Cox Medical Center North in Missouri. Dr. Marler is also board-certified through the American Board of Family Medicine.

Her extensive background in family medicine gives Dr. Marler experience in treating a wide variety of ailments. She can diagnose and treat arthritic disorders, bladder issues, metabolism abnormalities, and chronic gastrointestinal issues. Dr. Marler even treats acute injuries and illnesses, such as seasonal colds and cases of flu.

With a focus on preventive care, patients of Dr. Marler can expect comprehensive exams. If a patient needs help managing a chronic condition, such as diabetes or heart disease, Dr. Marler spends time regularly evaluating lab work and adjusting medications as needed.

Dr. Marler is currently accepting new patients. She welcomes new and existing patients and their families to the practice.

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With over 25 years in practice as a family medicine specialist, Michele Marler, MD is a trusted family physician. She cares for patients at Missouri River Healthcare in Great Falls, Montana.

Dr. Marler earned her medical degree from the University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio (now Long School of Medicine). She went on to complete her residency training at Cox Medical Center North in Missouri. Dr. Marler is also board-certified through the American Board of Family Medicine.

Her extensive background in family medicine gives Dr. Marler experience in treating a wide variety of ailments. She can diagnose and treat arthritic disorders, bladder issues, metabolism abnormalities, and chronic gastrointestinal issues. Dr. Marler even treats acute injuries and illnesses, such as seasonal colds and cases of flu.

With a focus on preventive care, patients of Dr. Marler can expect comprehensive exams. If a patient needs help managing a chronic condition, such as diabetes or heart disease, Dr. Marler spends time regularly evaluating lab work and adjusting medications as needed.

Dr. Marler is currently accepting new patients. She welcomes new and existing patients and their families to the practice.


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