Flathead County: Nominate the ‘Best Nurse’ and Choose Liberty!


Montana 1st News is proud to endorse Nurse Julie Martin in the upcoming contest ‘Best of the Flathead’ by the Daily Interlake. M1N is serious about advocating for liberty and the U.S. Constitution which is one of many reasons we are urging you to nominate/vote for Julie Martin. (Read below to learn about her core values as well as her outstanding nursing care). It’s a double blessing to promote a professional so well versed in their craft as well as one committed to Constitutional Liberty.

Go, Julie!

Julie Martin has been a registered nurse for over 32 years, with a varied background in wound care, home health/elder care, corrections, medical-legal consulting and labor & delivery.  She has been voted Best Nurse in ‘Best of the Flathead’ for the last two years and second place the year before that.

Julie is an outspoken advocate for liberty and for her clients and loves to write letters to the editor and articles that promote both of these things. She has also testified at the Montana state legislature, the Kalispell City Council, the Flathead County Commissioners, the Flathead County Fair Board and the Flathead City-County Board of Health, particularly during the COVID scam-demic.

Julie is passionate about helping others through health and nutrition and currently offers wellness consultations in her private practice, 406 Wellness.

To nominate Nurse Julie Martin for the Daily Interlake’s ‘Best of the Flathead’ contest simply click here.

(If you are interested in obtaining a consultation with ‘Nurse Julie’ please private message her on Facebook under Julie Johnson Martin).

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