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 an avid runner and cyclist who enjoys camping and being outdoors with her husband, two children and dog whenever possible.