White-Wilson Medical Center

Mitch Martineau, APRN


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Gastroenterology
1032 Mar Walt Drive, Suite 210
Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32547
850.863.8260

Education
Master of Science in Nursing
University of Oklahoma
Okalahoma City, OK

Bachelor of Science in Nursing
University of Oklahoma
Okalahoma City, OK

Certification
Certified by American Academy of Nurse Practitioner

Other
Mitch Martineau, APRN along with Brianne Freel, MSN, APRN, FNP-C enhance the practices of Dr. Christopher Abrasley and Dr. Mark Riggenbach. This team approach allows for increased access to appointments and quality of care in our Gastroenterology Department.

Physician
Dr. Christopher Abrasley, M.D.
Dr. Mark Riggenbach, M.D.

About Mitch Martineau, APRN
Mitch Martineau, APRN, is a nurse practitioner at the White-Wilson Gastroenterology Clinic in Fort Walton Beach. While working in a hospital during his time in the Army, he developed an interest in having a positive impact on people, especially during their most difficult times. After leaving the Army, Mr. Martineau made the decision to pursue a career in health care and in 2002 he received his Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Oklahoma.

Mr. Martineau works alongside Dr. Mark Riggenbach and Dr. Christopher Abrasley in diagnosing and treating diseases of the gastrointestinal system. He has more than 17 years of experience as a nurse practitioner and a diverse clinical background that enables him to approach health care from multiple perspectives. Mr. Martineau likes to establish a close relationship with his patients and treat the whole person to achieve overall wellness.

When not caring for patients, Mr. Martineau enjoys fishing, scuba diving, hiking and cheering on the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers. He also enjoys spending time with his wife, who is a registered nurse, and their six grown daughters.


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