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I was six years old when I realized I wanted to be a doctor. Growing up in a small town in Wyoming, I imagined being a doctor meant trading house calls for eggs and homemade bread.
I went to college at the University of Wyoming and medical school at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. I did my family practice residency in Fort Collins, CO and moved to Montana in 2003.
I was employed as a family practice physician in this community for 14 years before I stepped away from clinical practice to get a Master’s degree in Healthcare Innovation.
The barriers to the delivery of quality care in our healthcare system inspired me to seek change.
I stumbled across Direct Primary Care as an alternative and fell in love with a model that allows me to be much more available to my patients and deliver quality care at an affordable and predictable price.
I have a teenage daughter, Ryan, who is attending Northern Arizona University.
In my spare time, you will find me outside running, riding my horses, playing with my dogs, fishing or reading a
I am a Certified Medical Assistant with seven year’s experience in multiple specialty practices including family practice.
I fell in love with family practice as it compiles a portion of all of the specialty fields and it allows me to form longer-term relationships with our patients.
After working in the medical field for this long, the idea of affordable healthcare where patients receive great care and have genuine connection with their doctor and the clinic staff is something I always wanted to be a part of.
We can accomplish this with Direct Primary Care and I cannot be any more excited to be a part of it.