Get to know Family Nurse Practitioner Margaret L. Larson, who serves patients within Larson Family Medicine and Medical Aesthetics.
Speciality: Family Nurse Practitioner, World Renowned Expert on Medical Aesthetics
Bachelor’s: Pacific Lutheran University; University of Washington
Master’s: Pacific Lutheran University
Hospital Affiliation: Highline Community Hospital
Education: Margaret first attended Pacific Lutheran University where she graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She attended the University of Washington and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing in 1987 . Pursuing further education she graduated from Pacific Lutheran University in 2000 with a Masters in Healthcare Administration and Care Management. She also returned to the Pacific Lutheran University in 2005 to receive a certificate in Family Nurse Practitioner.
Experience: Margaret is certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Her practice is NCQA accredited as a Patient Centered Medical Home. She also holds industry certifications in neuromodulator, deoxycholic acid and dermal filler injections, Alma AFT Laser, Alma Pixel Laser and Accent Skin Tightening, and Alma HarmonyXL and SopranoXL. To remain up to date in her profession, she remains a Member of the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine and American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Since 2014 Margaret has received the prestigious BellaDiamond Award from Suneva Medical for being the Top US Bellafill Provider and Injector of Bellafill, the longest lasting dermal filler. In 2018 she was recognized a The Top World Bellafill Injector, providing over 15,000 Bellafill Treatments.
Current Position: Margaret owns the private practice, Larson Family Medicine and Medical Aesthetics and provides patient care. She is also affiliate staff member of Highline Community Hospital. She has over three decades of experience in her field.
Family Nurse Practitioner: They are registered nurses with specialized educational and clinical training in family practice. Nurse practitioners have a higher degree of training, in both the classroom and clinical setting, than Registered Nurses do, although becoming an RN is a prerequisite. Family Nurse Practitioners are trained to work with both children and adults, most often in the context of a family practice or clinical setting. They work with patients on maintaining health and wellness over the long term with a particular focus on preventative care.
Personal: Margaret attributes her professional success to worked with her father in his family practice and having the ability and qualifications to take over the practice, as well as her education and desire to be a center for excellent patient care, treating her patients with a caring heart.
Learn More about Margaret L. Larson:
Her online profile, http://inanurse.org/network/index.php?do=/4142234/, she can be reached through the Larson Family Medicine and Medical Aesthetics site https://larsonmedicalaesthetics.com/ or contacted at 866-842-7737, and is located in Burien, Washington.