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Darcy Evans, FNP-C, DNP

Darcy Evans is a Certified Nurse Practitioner. She earned her Doctorate of Nursing from Brandman University, Bachelors of Nursing from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas, and trained in Idaho and Oregon. She is passionate about integrated medicine, treating the mind and body together. She loves patients of all ages, from newborn to life experienced. Darcy completed her Clinical Scholarly Project on personalized diabetes education.

Prior to nursing, Darcy studied Respiratory Therapy and Air Traffic Control. Her husband served in the military, which brought her family to many states and she has fallen in love with all that Idaho has to offer. Darcy was a competitive swimmer before, during and after high school. She also played the alto-saxophone in her high school marching band, which allowed her to march in the Rose Parade. Darcy and her husband have seven children ages ranging from 26 to 10. She has five golden retrievers, eleven chickens, four ducks, and one rabbit.

Stephanie Gallegos, LMSW

Stephanie Gallegos is the Behavioral Health Consultant for the Family Care Clinic. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science from Boise State University and her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Northwest Nazarene University. Stephanie has a passion for integrated behavioral health and enjoys helping patients improve their quality of life by utilizing brief interventions focused on behavioral change. When Stephanie is not working, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends and loves the outdoors.

Sarah Hall, FNP-C

Sarah Hall is an Family Nurse Practitioner. Sarah manages and treats a wide range of mental health concerns including: Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, ADHD, PTSD, OCD, Eating Disorders, and Addictions. Sarah provides psychiatric evaluations and medication management with special attention to individual needs, including attention to each patient’s personal history, their specific context, stressful or traumatic life experiences or circumstances, each patient’s particular concerns about, or fears of medications, all of which she approaches with patience, warmth, understanding, and helpful explanations that facilitate treatment and the patient’s sense of comfort and trust. She is flexible and integrative in her approach in order to meet the needs and desired outcomes of each individual. Sarah is enthusiastic to apply her experience and compassion with clients as they begin to address issues that will help them to improve their quality of life and attain a sense of fulfillment.

Doug McVey, PA-CDoug FFC

Doug has many years of experience working with families to improve their health choices. Doug is interested in assisting individuals establish lifestyles that promote health on all levels; physically, developmentally and behaviorally. Doug enjoys spending time outdoors and with his family when he is not working. He feels his coworkers, and being able to offer options to help patients make the decisions to maintain their health and lifestyle, are the best things about his job.