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Physical Therapy at Medical Park

We are proud to announce that Ashley McDonald has joined the Medical Park Physical Therapy team.  Ashley has been a Physical Therapist for three years, and will be a great addition to our physical therapy team.  Please help us welcome Ashley to Medical Park Physical Therapy.

Welcome Dr. Cranmer

​Medical Park Family Care would like to welcome new Family Physician Briana Mongini Cranmer to our clinic.

Dr. Cranmer atended the University of Arizona College of Medicine where she received a Bachelor's of Science degree in Physiological Sciences and her Medical Doctorate of Medicine.  Dr. Cranmer earned her Masters in Public Health from the University of Arizona College of Public Health.

Dr. Cranmer brings a passion for Women's, Infant and Children's Health to our clinic.  As well as Men's Health and providing care to all age groups.

Dr. Cranmer joined Medical Park Family Care September 14th.  Please  help us in welcoming Briana to Medical Park Family Care.

Patient Portal Access

For access to the Patient Portal; go to the 'Patient Information' tab on this website and click on 'Patient Account Portal.'  All of us at Medical Park Family Care appreciate your patience as we work through our new EMR system. Thank You.

Medical Park Occupational Health

Medical Park Occupational Health Department is EXPANDING!  Effective Monday October 20th, Medical Park Occupational Health will be located at 2221 E. Northern Lights Blvd., Suite 118 (same parking lot as Medical Park Family Care). 

We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause, but we assure you that we will do everything in our power to accommodate as needed.  If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact our OCC Health Department at 907-257-8133.  Thank You!

MPFC Vein Care

We are proud to be working with Dr. Corey Johnson, in our clinic, for the treatment of Varicose veins, Spider Veins, Restless leg and Chronic Venous Insufficiency.

Nearly 40% of the population suffer from Varicose Veins. Further,  it has been shown that women are three times more likely to have Varicose Veins than men. These painful unsightly veins don't have to ruin your self esteem or hinder your ability to enjoy day to day life. In just a few visits, Dr. Johnson can treat your Varicose Veins right here in our office. We have a dedicated line for scheduling and information. 907-257-8104

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While our clinic does not accept new Medicare patients, our established patients will not be dismissed when they become Medicare eligible and sign up for Part B.