Cindy is the owner of Three Rivers Medical Clinic. She received her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Simmons College in Boston but also holds a Bachelors of Science in Biochemistry from Colorado State University. After several years working in the Denver area as a Registered Nurse, Cindy completed her Masters in Nursing with University of Northern Colorado. She is a Certified Nurse Practitioner, specializing in family practice. Her passion, however, lies in the care of prenatal and pediatric patients.
Though new to Montana, Cindy is not unfamiliar with the mountains. For years, Cindy and her husband, Matthew, have enjoyed taking advantage of the hiking, skiing, fly fishing and cycling found within the splendor of the Rocky Mountain Range. Now, from their home at Four Corners, they share their zeal with their twin children, Zachary and Sophia along with their two Labrador-mix canines, Roscoe and Daisy. And, yes, the hounds are named after ‘The Dukes of Hazards’ characters.
Crystal Marx, MSN, APRN, FNP-C
Crystal graduated from Montana State University-Northern as a Registered Nurse. After practicing locally at Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital for 18 years in both the Medical/Surgical Unit and the Wound Clinic, she then completed her Masters in Nursing from the University of North Dakota. As a Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Crystal is excited to provide primary care in a rural health care setting.
Crystal and her husband, Mat, are both Gallatin County natives, growing up in Belgrade. Several years ago, the Marxes settled in at the west end of the valley to raise their two boys here in Three Forks. Crystal and Mat, along with Sawyer and Gabe, spend as much time as possible outside year-round taking advantage of all that Montana has to offer. Camping, boating, fishing and baseball are some of their favorite activities but don’t often miss a Bobcat Football game. Go Cats!
Angela Lehr, MS, LCPC
Angela is a Montana Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and has been working in the areas of mental health and social services for over 20 years. She has worked in a variety of settings supporting individuals, couples, families, and communities through many different challenges, mental health or behavioral health conditions, and life changes. She is also a specialist and educator in the areas of trauma, grief, transitions, well-being, and self-care. She is honored to be able to support the health and wellness needs of the patients at the Three Rivers Medical Clinic.
Angela completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, her Masters of Science degree in Counselor Education from Portland State University, and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Educational Leadership. She moved to Three Forks in 2016 with her three children and her husband, who grew up in Three Forks and is a native Montanan. They are avid Three Forks Wolves supporters and love running, hiking, hanging out with their dog and horses, and enjoying life in the Gallatin Valley.