About Flint Jacobson, AGACNP/FNP

Flint grew up in Montpelier his parents are Rod and Peggy Jacobson. Rod was the administrator of the hospital while he was growing up and was introduced to different healthcare occupations. After graduating from Bear Lake High School Flint moved to Salt Lake City and worked as a phlebotomist at LDS hospital. He continued working at IMED in Murray when it opened. He went to  SLCC for nursing school in 2011 and then continued working at IMED as an ER nurse at the trauma one center. Flint went back to school for his bachelor’s at Western Governors University in 2016 and then in 2019 for his Nurse Practitioner degree.

He moved and took a position as a dual-role program Acute Care Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner/Family Nurse Practitioner at The University of South Alabama (USA) in Mobile, Alabama. In the Spring of 2021, Flint’s wife was diagnosed with breast cancer and started treatment in SLC and they decided to move back to Montpelier to be closer to family. Flint was able to finish his clinical training here at Bear Lake Memorial. He graduated from USA in May and began work as an ACAGNP/FNP in Urgent Care.

Flint and his family are all so happy here and glad they made the difficult decision to move. They have 3 boys, William 22 lives in Koos Bay Oregon, Rivers 12, and Beckett 10. They also have a Pursian cat named Marilynn and recently welcomed a goldendoodle puppy named Niko into their family. Flint appreciates the care he and his family recieves at BLMH. His wife is in remission and is doing well.  They love the outdoors and know the Bear Lake Valley is a great fit for their future.