Eric Donahue, MD
Dr. Donahue is an Idaho native and completed his undergraduate degree at Boise State University. He then attended the University of Washington where he completed his Doctorate of Medicine. He served his residency at the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho. He emphasized his training in general practice, internal medicine and inpatient hospital medicine. He is currently a hospitalist, extensivist and general practitioner with a private group practice at several locations in Boise, Meridian, Star and Caldwell, Idaho.
“Truly, a physician is the coalescence of a scientist and a healer. I hope to be a guide for my patients so that they can live the best possible life. Whether my patient is newborn or well versed in birthdays, I strive to be honest and real. I hope to also be kind and considerate, knowing the dynamic challenges that life and illness present. I see my patients as team members, where success is best achieved when we both are committed to making positive change.” ~Dr. Donahue
Sherry L. Stanton, FNP
Sherry L. Stanton is originally from Virginia and received her Nursing degree in 1983 from Simpson School of Nursing. In 2013, Sherry graduated from Arizona State University with her BSN and then earned her Master of Science in Nursing in 2017 from the University of South Alabama. As a Registered Nurse, Sherry worked in the hospital setting as a Charge Nurse in various Adult Intensive Care Units (ICU) and specialized in Pediatric ICU and the Neonatal ICU for 22 years.
After earning her Family Nurse Practitioner, Sherry focused her career in rural settings, first in Idaho, then Arrington, Virginia, and eventually opened a small rural clinic in Amherst, Virginia. Sherry will soon be returning to Idaho, where she calls home. Sherry feels very passionate about providing medical care to rural communities and taking care of you and your family.