Meet Our Nurses and Medical Assistants
Julie Coate, BSN, RN
Raelynn Green, CMA
Jan Johnson, RN
Nicole Kleinsasser BSN, RN
Emily Benincasa, BSN, RN
I grew up in Montana and have enjoyed all the wonders and fun that Montana holds. I love to mountain bike, backpack, and ski with my dogs and husband, Dominic. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Whitworth University and Washington State University College of Nursing. I have loved being a part of the Bozeman Clinic family since 2011.
Ima Martello, RMA
I have been employed by the Bozeman Clinic for over 22 years first as a receptionist and more recently as a Registered Medical Assistant. I am happily married to Tom and have two children, Shelbie and Riley. I enjoy floating the rivers , my mini dachshund, and University of Montana Western football.
Nancy Slyngstad, LPN
I have worked with Dr Sonnenberg as an LPN for over 13 years and continue to enjoy this wonderful workplace and patients….Previously I had been an elementary teacher but always had a desire to go into nursing. With my husband’s encouragement, I started a new career and graduated from Montana Tech. I also enjoy reading, biking, and spending time with family and grandkids.
Carol Tweet, BSN, RN
I graduated from Montana State University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1989. Over the years, I have worked as a Registered Nurse in oncology, medical-surgery, home health, and cardiology. As Dr. Benda’s nurse, I enjoy serving the people of the Gallatin Valley as well as the people of Mexico with the Rocky Mountain Ministries team. My husband Jim and I have had the joy of raising two young men, Sean and Connor. Twenty years in the Air Force instilled in her a love of travel. In her spare time she enjoys photography, gardening, singing, cooking, and exploring the beauty of Montana.
KATELYNN CHAMBERLIN, BSN, RN
I grew up in Bozeman and graduated from Heritage Christian High School and Montana State University. After graduating from college I accepted a nursing position at St. Vincent’s in Billings as an Orthopedic nurse. I feel really blessed to be employed by the Bozeman Clinic and I am so happy to be back in Bozeman where I can spend time with my family. I love being involved with children and young adult ministries in the church where I grew up; Grace Bible. In my free time I like to ride horses, hike, and read but my greatest joy comes from spending time with my nieces and nephews.
MADI SILVERNAGEL, BSN, RN
I was born and raised in Billings, Montana and attended Montana State University. After graduation from college I worked at St. Vincent’s in Billings as a NICU nurse. I have recently joined the Bozeman Clinic and work with Dr. Chrisy Mitchell. I am excited to be back in Bozeman where I can enjoy all of the outdoor activities available to me here. I love to hike, backpack, and ski and when the weather is uncooperative I love to paint.