University of Cincinnati
M.S. Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner – 2017
Weber State University
B.S. Nursing – 2012
Utah State University
M.S. English – 1999
Born, reared, and educated in the Ogden area, Stacie Egan received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Weber State University where she graduated summa cum laude. Afterward, she obtained her Master of Nursing from the University of Cincinnati.
Stacie’s decision to become a Family Nurse Practitioner stems from her love of working closely with patients and seeing the positive difference she can make in their lives. She chose to work in gastroenterology because she’s very passionate about health promotion and disease prevention. The gut has been called the body’s second brain and gastroenterology health is important to overall well-being. Stacie’s goal as a healthcare provider is to use her clinical skills and knowledge to help Utahns improve their health and quality of life.
Stacie is married with four children. In her free time, she and her family love to enjoy Ogden’s recreational offerings. In the fall, Stacie supports her boys who race for the Ogden High School Mountain Bike team. In the winter, you’ll find their family at Snowbasin nearly every weekend. Stacie has run the Ogden Marathon multiple times and her favorite way to start the day is with a trail run on Ogden’s east bench.
Melinda Rasband had an extra turbulent year in 2020, beginning with a gastrointestinal condition called Clostridioides difficile (C. Diff), and an eventual diagnosis of thyroid cancer. The coordination of care between several Ogden Clinic specialists lead to Melissa's positive outcome.
During pregnancy, most women are well-warned about nausea, heartburn, and other discomforts. But a common issue that isn’t discussed enough is hemorrhoids, which affect more than half of all women during and after pregnancy.