Dr. Margaret Bojarski

Margaret Bojarski was inspired by a physician as a child and she made it her goal to one day be able to help people with medical care. When she was little, she would pretend to be a doctor and inject various substances into teddy bears. While in high school she volunteered at a local hospital. Her experiences there only strengthened her resolve to accomplish that goal. She pursued medical-surgical studies while she worked part time as a teller and started a family.

While she was caring for her young sons she completed Bachelor degree in Biology-Chemistry from Northeastern Illinois University and then she went on to complete Bachelor degree in Nursing at Lewis University in Illinois. This degree helped her to secure a nursing position on the Medical-Surgical unit in Indiana Methodist Hospital, and then a nursing position on the Neuro-Medical Unit in Illinois Presence Health Saint Joseph Medical Center. The extensive experience from caring for patients afflicted by strokes, brain tumors, seizures, infectious diseases, autoimmune/cardiovascular/respiratory and other various conditions, has prepared her for higher level education.

She completed a Family Nurse Practitioner program at Lewis University with highest honors and shortly after that, entered into a collaboration with a Neurologist rounding on patients in hospitals and continuing their care in the clinic. Working through the Covid Pandemic had brought on many changes, one of which was an opportunity to move to Utah. Working at AIHI enables Margaret to find fulfillment in practicing medicine and caring for others.

Margaret, in her free time enjoys to garden, cook, decorate, ride a bike, walk the dogs, care for chickens, watch a good comedy, travel.

Dr. Margaret Bojarski

 

Margaret Bojarski was inspired by a physician as a child and she made it her goal to one day be able to help people with medical care. When she was little, she would pretend to be a doctor and inject various substances into teddy bears. While in high school she volunteered at a local hospital. Her experiences there only strengthened her resolve to accomplish that goal. She pursued medical-surgical studies while she worked part time as a teller and started a family.

While she was caring for her young sons she completed Bachelor degree in Biology-Chemistry from Northeastern Illinois University and then she went on to complete Bachelor degree in Nursing at Lewis University in Illinois. This degree helped her to secure a nursing position on the Medical-Surgical unit in Indiana Methodist Hospital, and then a nursing position on the Neuro-Medical Unit in Illinois Presence Health Saint Joseph Medical Center. The extensive experience from caring for patients afflicted by strokes, brain tumors, seizures, infectious diseases, autoimmune/cardiovascular/respiratory and other various conditions, has prepared her for higher level education.

She completed a Family Nurse Practitioner program at Lewis University with highest honors and shortly after that, entered into a collaboration with a Neurologist rounding on patients in hospitals and continuing their care in the clinic. Working through the Covid Pandemic had brought on many changes, one of which was an opportunity to move to Utah. Working at AIHI enables Margaret to find fulfillment in practicing medicine and caring for others.

Margaret, in her free time enjoys to garden, cook, decorate, ride a bike, walk the dogs, care for chickens, watch a good comedy, travel.