The Clinic's Mission: The NTC Community Clinic is committed to providing compassionate, culturally appropriate, quality healthcare to all people.
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Medical Services Patient & Finance Information About the Clinic Medical Staff
Carrie Warren Family Nurse Practitioner
Carrie attended nursing school at Cochise Community College in Southern Arizona. She graduated as a nurse in 1990 and worked in both the pediatric hospital setting and the ER setting for over 10 years in Phoenix, Arizona. Later she moved on to adult and pediatric home infusion therapy and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2006 and graduated with a Master of Science in Nursing and Family Nurse Practitioner in 2010. Carrie relocated to Alaska in 2008 and her hobbies include scuba diving, fishing, and camping with her husband and two sons.
Dr. Sarah Spencer Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
Sarah attended the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine and Maine Dartmouth Family Practice Residency.She practiced full-spectrum family medicine in Valdez for 5 years including ER, hospital care, and obstetrics.Sarah enjoys gardening, knitting, and spending time with her two sons.
Dr. Rob Downey. MD
Rob is a board-certified family practice MD with additional training and experience in a science-based integrative medicine approach called Functional Medicine. He grew up in Montana and loves life in Alaska. His home is in Homer, which he shares with his wife, two kids, mother-in-law and two dogs. He enjoys skiing, fly-fishing, hiking, running, reading and poetry.
Denise obtained an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing degree from Montcalm Community College of Sidney, MI in 1994 and received her BSN from Wesleyan University in 2014. As Case Manager for the clinic, she oversees coordination of the referral processes. Denise enjoys outdoor activities, especially fishing in her spare time.
Community Health Aide/Practitioner & Diabetes Coordinator
Caroline has served as a CHA/P in various rural communities since 1986. All of her training has been through the Community Health Aide Program of the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium. Reading mystery novels, camping, and visiting family and friends are among Caroline’s many interests.
Maricel Folkert Medical Assistant/Phlebotomist
Maricel has been a MA/PBT since 2008 and been involved the medical field for 11 years. She received her training from the University of Alaska Anchorage and ANTHC. Maricel enjoys outdoor activities with her husband and friends and has sweet, loving pets.
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