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Interested in joining our great provider team? Fax resume' to Elizabeth Farlie at (505)246-9421
  









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Daphne Johnson CNP, is a native New Mexican and has been in practice with Dr Williams for 26 years. She is a certified menopause clinician offering both traditional and natural hormone replacement therapy. "I'm reminded every day how resilient women are." Pam Fulton, CFNP, has been a nurse midwife for 22 years, and has delivered many babies. Now as a family nurse practitioner she does GYN care exclusively, and feels honored to work in a place where women are welcomed and receive friendly, top-notch care. "It's rare to find as dedicated a group of women as are the doctors, nurses and medical assistants in this practice." Linda Dominguez CNP, has been in GYN clinical practice for 28 years and is a nationally recognized educator, trainer and advisor to other health care professionals. "Our practice reflects the community we serve. We have strived to have an office setting that is women-centered and conducive to conversation and care."
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Kristen Gorbitz CNP, has been in the medical field for 26 years. We recognize that women do not live isolated lives but are interacting with their families and networks and that this directly impacts a woman's health and her needs for care. "I care about my patient's lives as well as their medical care." Karen L. Dwyer, PA-C, was raised and educated in Albuquerque. She has worked with Dr. Shoden since 2004. She chose this career because she felt more attuned to women's mental and health needs. "I love working with women through all their life stages."
     
Dr Rebecca Shoden & Dr. Karen Williams

Dr. Shoden decided on going into medicine earlly as well, and enjoys taking care of women of all ages. She also enjoys quilting, spending time with her family and traveling.

For some people, life's calling is loud and clear. Take Dr. Karen Williams, for example. "I knew I wanted to be a doctor when I was in the third grade," she says, "though there has never been a physician in my family." "I've always loved working with women," says Dr. Williams. "We go through some interesting transitions - from adolescence, through the childbearing years, then into menopause and beyond. I am honored to be able to be a part of these transitions with my patients."