Marilou Johnson, MSN, APRN
Dedicated to giving the best patient care every day to her patients. She attended The University of Chicago and received her BSN. She then received her first master’s degree at Bradley University in Nursing Administration and her second master’s degree at Mennonite College of Nursing for FNP. Marilou has over 35 years in the medical field and has worked in Occupation Health, a wound center, and in Family Practice. She plans on retiring in about 18 months and is wanting to quilt and read more.
Mary Fuller, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC
Dedicated to patient care for over 13 years, Mary began her career in healthcare as a Certified Nursing Assistant in 2009. She graduated from Northern IL University with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing in 2013, and worked as Registered Nurse in the intensive care unit for 6 years between Genesis Medical Center in Davenport, IA and OSF Healthcare in Peoria, IL, as well as at Genesis Health Group family practice for 1 year. Mary went on to graduate school at Bradley University and obtained her Doctorate of Nursing Practice as a Family Practice Nurse Practitioner in 2019. Since then, she has been providing care to our patients at First Choice Healthcare. Mary's goal is to provide individualized and compassionate care that not only aims to treat illness and manage chronic disease, but also to empower patients in maintaining wellness throughout the many stages of life.
Amanda Rediger, MSN, APRN
Amanda has lived in the central Illinois area her whole life. After graduating from Bradley University with her BSN, she began working at St. Mary Medical Center on the Medical-Surgical Unit. Amanda quickly discovered her love for pediatrics and spent several years working as a pediatric critical care and pediatric hematology/oncology nurse at the Children’s Hospital of Illinois before transferring to an outpatient clinic. In 2021, Amanda graduated from Bradley University with her Master’s degree in Family Practice. She strongly believes that our health is determined by more than just our physical well-being, and as passionate about providing care that encompasses the physical, mental, spiritual, and social needs of her patients’ throughout all ages and stages of life.