About Valley Medical Care

Valley Medical Care is a family medicine clinic. As a group practice consisting of board certified Family Medicine Physicians, Family Nurse Practitioners, and a Certified Nurse Midwife, we care for persons of all ages, sexes, and health conditions.

In addition to disease management, we also provide health promotion through 
periodic health checkups and well-care for adults and children, support for weight loss or smoking cessation, and consults for travel to foreign countries. 

Our physicians and nurse midwife provide comprehensive pregnancy care, including labor and delivery services at Bartlett Beginnings, Bartlett Regional Hospital.

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Latest News


  • Notice to Aetna subscribers

    Aetna is changing the way they process your lab charges on 10/1/2017. This may result in additional out of pocket expense. Our billing department is available Monday-Friday 8am-5pm if you have questions about how Valley Medical Care is submitting claims on your behalf. Please contact Aetna directly for your plan specific coverage 888-632-3862

  • The latest news

     Dr. Sharon Fisher has retired from Valley Medical Care. Dr. Fisher has thoroughly enjoyed the last 26 years treating patients in our community and it is with some sadness she leaves us.  Dr. Fisher has formed strong bonds in Juneau and with her patients, partners, friends and co-workers.   She and her husband, Dennis, will be moving closer to family and she, of course, looks forward to all the new adventures in their future.

     Joining the practice will be Dr. Jeannette Cook.   She has worked periodically for Valley Medical Care over the years covering for VMC physicians who were on leave.  Dr. Cook will be a great addition to our practice.  Her first day with us will be August 21, 2017.  

  • Attention Juneau School District Employees and Beneficiaries:

    March 31st, 2017

    Valley Medical Care has reached an agreement with EBMS and will continue our preferred provider relationship with the Public Education Health Trust.

  • Friendly Reminder

    Please remember to call and make an appointment for your bloodwork. This gives the lab time to look through your chart to make sure we are giving you the best service we can. If you have questions, please feel free to call us  (907)586-2434
  • Have you heard?

    Mammogram screening recommendations vary between women's health organizations.  The American Cancer Society announced this month that they changed their recommendations for mammograms. They now recommend low risk women start screening mammograms at age 45, get yearly until 54 and then continue every 2 years. Do you know your personal risk for breast cancer? This is a great time to make an appointment with your provider to discuss.
  • Vaccine Questions?

    Do you wonder if your child (birth up to age 6) is due for any vaccines? The CDC has a great tool to help you figure it out.  With your access to the portal, you can get your child's immunization record and compare it to the vaccine tool any day or time!  Click on the link below.
    CDC Vaccine Tool