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

  • Zika VIrus

    The Zika virus is making headlines. If you have questions or concerns, please visit the Center for Disease Control website : CDC Zika Virus. If you have questions that are still not answered , please feel free to call and leave a message for your provider.
  • Attention Juneau School District Employees and Beneficiaries:

    February 1, 2016

    Attention Juneau School District Employees and Beneficiaries:
    If you are a JSD employee or a beneficiary of a JSD employee, and have medical insurance through EBMS/NEA/Public Education Health Trust, please be aware that your policy has changed, effective January 1, 2016. Valley Medical Care continues to bill your insurance as we have in the past, however, under the recent changes in EBMS coverage, you may find that the level of your coverage is less than it has been in the past and the amount that you will be required to pay out of pocket will be more. We strongly recommend checking with EBMS PRIOR to obtaining any medical services to determine what your coverage is, in order to avoid any unexpected non-covered charges .
    Please contact the Juneau School District Human Resources office or the Public Education Health Trust office if you have any further questions about this change.
    Valley Medical Care Billing Office
  • Diabetes Awareness Month

    November is American Diabetes Month and 2015 is the 75th anniversary of the American Diabetes Association. The message for this year is, “Eat Well, America!”  You can find numerous tips on healthy and delicious recipes, as well as support specifically geared toward navigating the holidays at the ADA”s website: www.diabetes.org

  • 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
  • Valley Medical Care is a Proud Sponsor of 'Girls On The Run'!

    Girls on the run is an international after school running program for girls grades 3-5 that educates and prepares preteen girls for a lifetime of self respect and healthy living.