We are a membership-based family medicine clinic located in the heart of Downtown Grand Junction. We offer affordable monthly membership plans to individuals, families, and businesses. By limiting the total number of memberships, we can give each member patient the time and care they deserve in order to help them reach their full health potential. Each membership includes annual visits, routine office visits, same day appointments, 24/7 access to a physician, basic office procedures (ie; biopsies, stitches), and even basic fracture care! Membership also includes significant discounts on labs and imaging.
About Dr. Boyer M.D.
Dr. Boyer has a strong belief that health is more than just the absence of disease. He believes that the best way to treat disease is to prevent it with healthy lifestyle choices. Dr. Boyer graduated with his BS in Environmental Science from the University of California in 2005 and went on to graduate with his MD from UCLA in 2010. He has been a board-certified family physician since 2013. He sees his role as a counselor in helping patients make healthcare decisions that fit with their unique background and circumstances. In his mind, there is only good medicine, whether it originates from modern western medicine, ancient China, or centuries of traditional herbal practice. He most enjoys being a father and a husband and is grateful for the support and encouragement his spiritual focus has provided through all his challenges and successes.
About Dr. Howe D.O.
Dr. Kathy Howe is a board-certified family physician interested in providing care for the entire family with a special interest in women’s health and complementary medicine. Dr. Howe attended medical school at Des Moines University in Iowa and was a resident at Phoenix Baptist Hospital and Medical Center in Arizona. She is board certified by the American Academy of Family Physicians.
About Dr. Gorman D.O.
Dr. Gorman was born and raised in Moab, Utah and received his pharmacy degree from the University of Utah in 1991. After working as a pharmacist for 3 years, he went to medical school in Missouri and then completed his family medicine residency training at St. Mary’s in Grand Junction, Colorado. He has been board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine since 2001. Dr. Gorman has spent most of his medical career in private practice, first in Grand Junction and then 8 years in Nevada where he was on the Board of Directors for the Nevada Academy of Family Physicians for 5 years. He also helped train medical students in Nevada as an Adjunct Clinical Professor of Family Medicine for Touro University. Prior to returning to Colorado in 2016, Dr. Gorman was appointed to the Nevada Board of Osteopathic Medicine by Governor Sandoval. Dr. Gorman enjoys golf and traveling with his family. He is very excited to be back in Colorado and is known for his thorough and compassionate care to patients of all ages.
About Dr. Wren, M.D.
Dr. Wren is a Board-Certified Family Medicine Physician and a Grand Junction native. Her experiences in medicine so far have taught her that spending adequate time with patients is the only way to really take good medical care of people – and the only way to help prevent physician burnout. Since the current system does not value physician time, she is very happy to be joining the Trailhead model. Frustration with the limits of modern western medicine has also driven her to pursue training in other established medical traditions to enhance her ability to truly heal patients. She has over 300 hours of training in acupuncture and 300 hours of training in Chinese herbal medicine. She has completed training in the HeartMath method of stress management and emotional regulation, and has completed Health Coach training as well. Se habla español.
In her spare time, she enjoys ballroom dance, belly dance, horseback riding, knitting, and gardening. She has also recently discovered the joys of watching her children leave her behind on the ski slopes.
About Terry Villarreal-Golba, Physician Assistant
Terry Villarreal-Golba has been practicing in Grand Junction for 20 years and brings a wealth of experience to her role as a primary care provider. Graduating with her bachelor’s degree in Biology from Adams State College in Alamosa, CO in 1994, her passion for medicine drew her to MCP Hahnemann University in Philadelphia, where she graduated as a Certified Physician Assistant in 2001. She has previously worked in Women’s health, Internal medicine, Otolaryngology, and Urgent care. The majority of her career has been in Family practice where she enjoys building professional and collaborative relationships with her patients. This has allowed her to provide individualized personal care and have an active involvement in their health. She strongly believes in shared medical decision making and is well trained to provide comprehensive care to teens, adults, the elderly and the Spanish speaking population.
Aside from medicine, she is a avid runner and cyclist who enjoys camping and being outdoors with her husband, two children and dog whenever possible.