The CHC team is thrilled to welcome Dr. Anne Ray who will practice primary care family medicine at our Stephen D. Ratcliffe Clinic. She holds a Doctor of Medicine from University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine.
She served a Family Medicine Residency at the University of Utah. She is Board Certified by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Like many of us, Dr. Ray is bilingual English/Spanish, having studied Medical Spanish in Costa Rica.
She chose CHC because here she gets to practice the full spectrum of family medicine—from pregnancy through delivery and the rest of life. After spending time caring for people everywhere from Los Angeles to Sweden, she decided that the best way to help others improve their health was through being a family physician. Dr. Ray is passionate about helping people take charge of their own health and make smarter decisions to feel better. She feels she’s done the most good when her patients can treat or even cure their own health problems through healthy diet, exercise and making smart decisions about their lifestyles.
Because her father was in the Air Force, Dr. Ray grew up all over and moved a lot. When she isn’t working she loves to do yoga, cook delicious food with her family and friends, and spend time with her husband, Jeremiah and two little girls, Rosalyn and Mia.
We all look forward to getting to know Dr. Ray. Looks like she’ll be a “ray” of sunshine in our practice!
- We’ve beeen awarded $144,984 from HRSA for Being a High Value Health Center Quality Leader
- Carolina Guitarrari DNP, FNP Joins Community Health Centers, Inc. (CHC)
- CHC Receives a New Access Point Grant to open a Site in West Valley City
- Meet CHC’s new Finance Director, James Christensen
- CHC Welcomes Ana Maria Galvez, MPH, PA-C
- Save the Date
- MEET OUR CENTRAL CITY CLINIC’S NEW CLINIC MANAGER
- DALYN STEED PA-C JOINS US!
- Community Health Centers, Inc. (CHC) and Urban Indian Center (UIC) will hold a Spirit 5K and 1K Family Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, September 20th, 2014 at Memory Grove