At Mat-Su Midwifery and Family Health, we strive to provide holistic care for your entire family. To meet this need we have four exceptional Advance Nurse Practitioners on staff. Darcy Lucey, ANP, FNP, CNM, Aubrey Spangler, ANP, FNP, Erica Wright, ANP, FNP and Sabrina Yoder, ANP, CNM. We are committed to meeting the needs of our clients with their complimentary skills.
Darcy Lucey, ANP, FNP, CNM has extensive experience in pediatrics, beginning her career in the pediatric and neonatal intensive care units of various hospitals. While enjoying the time she spent with critical children, Darcy was drawn to the needs of not only the children she treated, but their families as well. She then expanded and became a Family Nurse Practitioner to allow her to care for these families. She has brought her practice full circle, by becoming a Certified Nurse Midwife and caring for pregnant women as well as their children and husbands. With Darcy’s diverse knowledge base and caring nature, she is able to embrace families and help them navigate the many different transitions a family may face in a lifetime.
Aubrey Spangler, ANP, FNP is a board-certified family nurse practitioner that specializes in lifestyle and functional medicine through the lifespan. She has studied extensively through the Institute for Functional Medicine and is taking her certifying exam in April 2017. She loves getting to the root causes of people’s health issues because she understands that this is where the most profound health transformations take place. Rather than treating problems or symptoms, she treats people. Her mission is to help people of all ages live to their full potential- to feel vibrant and balanced from their cells to their souls. When not at work, she is a wife, homeschooling mother of 2, nature adventurer, perpetual student, and wild food harvester.
Erica Wright, ANP, FNP began her career in rural Montana where she worked in the hospital setting taking care of acutely ill adults and children and caring for women in labor and delivery. She went on to care for chronically ill children and adults in the home care setting and caring for families in the Emergency Room. It wasn’t long after Erica began her career that she realized her desire to work outside the hospital setting. She became a Family Nurse Practitioner in order to care for people throughout the lifespan while guiding them through making their own health decisions and taking into consideration the whole person to pursue their best health. Erica is currently pursuing her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree through Frontier Nursing University.
Sabrina Yoder, ANP, CNM specializes in women’s health from puberty through menopause and beyond. Her experience as a certified nurse-midwife delivering babies and caring for women during pregnancy and postpartum has enabled her to view women’s health as incredible yet intricate. She focuses on curing the cause of imbalances and illness and is currently pursuing further certification in Functional Medicine. She desires to partner with women to find relief from conditions such as PMS, abnormal periods, pelvic pain, vulvular conditions, bladder problems, and menopausal symptoms as well as many other primary care concerns such as thyroid disorders, irritable bowel syndrome, anxiety and depression. Her goal is to help women be fully alive in body, soul and spirit so they can in turn fulfill their purpose to the people around them. Sabrina lives for the outdoors and loves Alaskan adventures with her husband and two boys.