Areas of Interest:

I am board certified in Family Medicine. I have special interests in Women's Health and Pediatrics but enjoy caring for the entire family and their medical needs.

Why I became a doctor:

I was a competitive gymnast growing up and spent a lot of time at the orthopedic surgeon's office. I was always amazed at how he could take something that was broken and fix it. From this experience, I knew that I would pursue being a physician. And, when I delivered my first baby, I knew that I wanted to practice family medicine with obstetrics and pediatrics.

Core beliefs about practicing medicine:

I am overwhelmed on a regular basis by being given the privilege of being invited into the most personal parts of my patients' lives. In order to honor that privilege, I believe it is critical to understand that there must be a mutual trust and respect between doctor and patient. I believe that every patient deserves to have a partnership with a provider who they feel connected to and feel they can trust with their life. Each patient has the right and responsibility to be fully involved in their healthcare, giving me the opportunity to practice medicine with my patients, not for my patients. By treating the whole patient with warmth, understanding, and compassion; my goal is to ensure a more positive outcome for everyone.

My Favorite Quote:

"Be who you are, say what you feel. Those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." - Dr. Seuss 

Sarah Hohbein, PA-C

Morgan Bergman, APRN

Board Certified Physician Assistant

Dr. Laura Ray, M.D.

(Bio and Pictures to come)

Owner of Compassionate Family Care

Board Certified Nurse Practitioner

Areas of Interest:

Family Practice, Women's Health, and Pediatrics

Why I pursued a career in healthcare:

I knew from a young age I wanted to be a nurse. I always had a desire to help others and a desk job just didn't seem to suit me. After becoming a nurse, I wanted to expand my role and further my education to develop personal, long-lived relationships with my patients. I became a nurse practitioner and I absolutely love my job.

Core beliefs about practicing medicine:

It is important for me to practice medicine with my patients, nor for my patients. I believe the patient can and should actively participate in their health care. Each patient knows themselves and has a right to help decide their plan of care. I also feel that education is a key part of my practice. Knowledge leads to better health.

My Favorite Quote:

"Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined." -Henry David Thoreau