Renée Endicott, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC
Renée was born and raised in Harrisonville. She has been a Registered Nurse for over 35 years and Family Nurse Practitioner for over 20 years. She attended William Jewell College where she received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing. She completed both Master in Nursing and Doctorate of Nursing Practice at the University of Missouri Kansas City. She is certified by American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and American Nurses Credentialing Center. She has practiced as a Nurse Practitioner in Family Practice, Internal Medicine and Geriatrics. Additionally, she taught as a clinical instructor in the Family and Adult Nurse Practitioner Program at the University of Missouri Kansas City, School of Nursing for 7 years.
Renée is passionate about helping individuals across the lifespan, infants and children to senior adult. She has a special interest in Chronic Disease Management, Women’s Health and Osteoporosis.
Renée and her husband Dan enjoy gardening, fishing, camping and time with family. They have two sons, Joseph who resides in Ann Arbor Michigan and Ethan and his two children, Conor and Aubrey, who reside in Harrisonville.
Marsha Burris, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC
Marsha has lived most of her life in Cass County. She has been married to her husband, Kim, for over 43 years. They have three children, seven grandchildren and a beloved rat terrier. These are the greatest joys of their lives! They attend Echo Church in Pleasant Hill.
Marsha is a native of Harrisonville, graduating from HHS in 1972. She climbed through the ranks from nursing assistant in the 1970s to LPN, Associate Degree in Nursing and finally Bachelor and Master of Science Degrees in Nursing at KU Med Center in 1997. [Yes, that was a long road – Never give up on your dreams!]. Marsha has practiced for 20+ years as a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner in the Harrisonville area. She has had extensive experience and study in Primary care and in Chronic Disease Management. She is also experienced in preventive and alternative approaches to health including foods as medicine and supplemental support.
Marsha sub-specializes in early detection of risk factors for disease. She offers and interprets a broad range of specialized testing and genetics-based testing. The results allow for a more personalized effort to halt the progression of those dreaded family histories. Marsha believes that knowledge is power — her goal is to empower her patients to live longer and healthier lives.