Martha Gipprich is a loving mother and caring partner who loves helping her family grow and flourish.
Martha Gipprich knows that being a mom and running a family can be a full-time job in and of itself. With a one-year-old son, she and her partner have their hands full. While she loves being a mom, there are a lot of stressors that come with motherhood, especially for new mothers. Newborn babies, for the first several months, need to be fed and changed every few hours around the clock. This puts new parents on the same cycle as their baby as they wake up throughout the night when the baby cries out of hunger or discomfort. New parents often go months without getting enough rest.
New babies also require nearly constant attention unless they’re asleep, which means, for new parents, that the baby is the center of their focus and their universe causing everything else — like hobbies, friendships, and pastimes — to take the back burner. Having a baby can also put a lot of strain on the mother physically, from giving birth and recovering to breastfeeding. However, the love she feels for her son and the joy she experiences watching him grow has made everything worth it a million times over.
While co-parenting a new baby, Martha Gipprich and her partner are also working on a home renovation that has become a project that takes up most of their free time. Remodeling can be difficult and can even put a strain on your relationship if you don’t work together towards the common goal of a fresh and renovated home. However, with the excitement of a new baby and the promise of a newly updated residence, they’re both excited to be engaged in this project.
When they do find themselves with some downtime, Martha Gipprich and her family loves vacationing at the beach in Asbury Park, New Jersey. They also like to go to French Creek to go hiking with their dog, and they visit Longwood Gardens whenever the have the chance.
In her professional life, Martha Gipprich is a Physician Assistant currently working at Sunrise Pediatrics in Reading, Pennsylvania. She works with both acute and chronic pediatric patients in a fast-paced environment that allows her to see up to six patients an hour and permits her to evaluate more patients. She is also in charge of reviewing all incoming patient results from labs, x-rays, or consults, and builds a plan to implement the best course of action.
Martha Gipprich attended Duquesne University where she graduated in 2008 with her Bachelor of Health Sciences and then immediately went back to earn her Master’s of Physician Assistant. She is currently enrolled at Drexel University in their Certificate of Study in Clinical Research Online program.