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Mike Lockwood, PA

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"I try to treat every patient the way I would want my mother to be treated. There are so many ways to practice medicine, and we need to be sensitive to what our patients want to do. I offer options, and let the patient and the family decide how to proceed.”

 

Cora Matteson, MPAS, PA-C

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"Good medicine means treating the whole patient. I examine the way their acute illnesses or long-term diseases fit into their lives. How can I assist through medicine or treatments? How can I help this whole person become better?"

   

Ashley Mines, PA-C, MMS

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"You can't simply practice one-size-fits-all medicine. I strive to recognize each patient as an individual and tailor their care accordingly. What's appropriate and helpful for one person may not be right for someone else."

 

Phil Mizuno, CFNP

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“Sometimes caring for the patient is the easiest part. Supporting the patient’s family is also important, and that aspect can be even more complex and very rewarding.”

   

Travis J. Neill, PA-C

Travis Neill, PA-C

“I view my role as a guide, helping patients navigate through their often complicated health issues and medication choices. I enjoy listening to their stories and compassionately helping them with the challenges of physical or mental decline while helping families deal with the realities their loved ones face. I am truly grateful for this opportunity.”

 

Grant W. Robbins, PA-C

Grant Robbins, PA-C

“Health is a team effort, and I want all of my patients to feel comfortable talking with me so that I can work with them and their loved ones to achieve the best quality of care.”

   

Kay Stolcis, PA-C

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"Caring for the whole person becomes more and more important as we get older. It’s up to me to ensure that the physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects are incorporated.”

 

Laura Vogler, MS, PA-C

Laura Shaeller, MS, PA-C

“First and foremost, being a good listener is important to me. I want to have a connection with my patients so they know that I’m really listening to what they tell me and that they’re heard in the process of their care.”

   

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