Marcy Godlewski, MSN, FNP-BC

Marcy Godlewski, MSA, FNP-BC

Marcy grew up in Denmark, Wisconsin. She went on to earn her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Bellin College School of Nursing in 2001. She joined Green Bay Oncology in 2006. She recently obtained her Master of Science degree, FNP-C, from Concordia University of Wisconsin and enjoys being a nurse practitioner.

Marcy and her husband, Larry, are the proud parents of Logan and Chloe. Her favorite activities include time spent with friends and family, reading, playing piano, craft projects and being outdoors.

“It is my promise to be an active listener with each of my patients, taking time to understand their goals and concerns. Only then can I collaborate most effectively with other healthcare professionals on their behalf, supporting their goals and providing high quality care.”


  • Treatment of all cancer types
  • Treatment of blood disorders
  • National Cancer Institute (NCI) Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP) trial participant


  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing: Bellin College of Nursing, Green Bay, WI
  • Master of Science in Nursing: Concordia University, Mequon, WI


  • Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Certified Oncology Nurse
  • Chemotherapy Certified
  • Member, Oncology Nursing Society
  • Member and Board Member, Northeastern Wisconsin Oncology Nursing Society
  • Member, Sigma Theta Tau (Honor society of nursing)
  • Denmark, WI, native
  • Enjoys reading, playing piano, craft projects and being outdoors
  • Married, mother of two

Style of Practice:

Marcy is highly driven to find innovative and effective ways to help meet the needs of her patients.
KEY TRAITS: Empathetic, inventive, passionate


  • Marcy's Blog Posts

    Fatigue is a very common complaint among cancer patients. Everyone experiences fatigue from time to time. This is how our bodies indicate the need for rest and sleep and is ...

    Chemotherapy can cause many patients to have difficulty concentrating, remembering certain things, or  finishing brain-intensive tasks.  This is commonly called chemobrain. It can sometimes last for weeks, months, or years ...