Adelia Martinson, RN

Has been a Registered Nurse for two years, and has been on staff with the Whitesboro/Pilot Point office since January of 2012.  She received her Associates Degree of Nursing from Luna Community College and also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Denver.  Married to Leif, she has two daughters, Dakota and Lilly (ages 10 and 7). In her spare time, Adelia enjoys spending time with her family, horseback riding and dressage, jewelry making and reading. When asked why she enjoys home health, she states, “It was my original inspiration to go to nursing school.  I enjoy helping people stay healthier and happy at home, as opposed to receiving institutionalized care.”

Marsha Noland, RN

HMarsha Noland, RNas been a nurse for 41 years, and has worked in home health for the past three years.  She joined Marshall County Home Health in May of 2011.  Marsha received her Associates Degree of Nursing from Cameron College in 1971, and she also received her Bachelor’s Degree of General Education from East Central University in 2006.  Marsha has 3 children, Brad, Lori and Emily and is the proud grandmother of 3 little boys – Landon (8), Kobey (6) and Kade (4).  When asked why she works in the home health industry, she states, “I really like helping people stay in their homes.  It is that simple.”

Misty Nordhoff, RN

Misty Nordhoff, RNOne of the newest staff members in the Whitesboro office, Misty has been a nurse for 5 years.  She received her LVN degree in 2007 from Grayson College, where she continued to further her education, becoming a Registered Nurse in 2010.   She is married to Christopher.  Music, movies, art, gardening and shopping are just a few of her hobbies.  She has a work history in long term care and is excited to be focusing on home care now, saying, “Home health has opened a new door in my life.  I enjoy my fellow employees, and I feel like I can really make a difference in my patients’ lives.  It is a wonderful way to reach out to the community.”