Donna March earned her Associates of Science in Nursing from Rivier College of Nursing in 2006, her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Phoenix in 2013, and her Master of Science in Nursing, Family Practitioner with distinction from Chamberlain College of Nursing in 2016. She then went on to Maryville University and graduated with her Doctor of Nursing Practice in 2021.
Donna has had clinical training and experience in all age groups, beginning in 2004, and has worked in leadership roles in a variety of positions and environments throughout her career. She worked as a lead nurse for the Federal Bureau of Prisons in both Devens, Massachusetts, and Bastrop Texas. These positions provided her with a unique perspective on healthcare, as well as in-depth experience with administrative duties and high-stakes environments.
Donna is married with six children, and has three dogs, two cats, and a tortoise. Her goal is to have a ranch/farm in Cheyenne Wells or the surrounding area that is self-sustaining. She enjoys animals, reading, mudbogging, diamond painting, and gem, fossil, and rock collecting. She loves being outdoors and finding quiet moments to do her diamond painting. She also loves listening to music on albums and has an eclectic taste in music.
Donna’s experienced in long-term senior care, urgent care and family practice, and her time in colleges spent as an educator have resulted in a well-rounded career as a healthcare professional, giving her a glimpse of different areas of study that work together to make her uniquely qualified for her position here at Keefe Memorial. Donna looks forward to spending many years taking care of the residents of Cheyenne County and the surrounding areas.