Welcome to the Bitterroot Physicians Clinic
The Bitterroot Physicians Clinic was designed with the patient and medical
provider in mind, featuring a larger and more patient-centered facility.
It opened its doors on August 23, 2013 with ten medical providers, a team
of nurses, registration clerks and support staff ready to deliver quality
care. The patient experience has been enhanced with a total of twenty
exam rooms, three nursing stations, seven physician offices, and Coumadin
clinic and lab within the clinic. The medical providers are accepting
new patients and the clinic is open for appointments Monday through Friday
from 8am to 5pm. For payment of services rendered, most insurance plans
are accepted including Medicare and Medicaid, and for private pay patients
we are happy to accept Master Card, Visa, American Express and Discover,
as well as personal checks and cash.
The Medical staff at the Bitterroot Physicians Clinic includes:
Emily Denney, DO is board certified with the American Osteopathic Board of Family Practice.
She attended medical school at the University of North Texas Health Science
Center in Fort Worth, Texas and Austin College in Sherman, Texas.
Mandi Tine Griffin, MD joined the Bitterroot Physicians Clinic staff in July 2010. Griffin comes
to the Bitterroot Valley from Greeley, Colorado. Before pursuing her medical
degree, Dr. Griffin worked as an registered nurse in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
She is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Wilderness
Eugenie T. Haight, MD, MPH joined the Bitterroot Physicians Clinic staff in June 2015. Dr. Haight
is certified by the Diplomat American Board of Internal Medicine, attended
the University of California Berkley and completed her residency at the
University of California San Francisco, Fresno-San Joaquin Valley Medical
Education Program. She has been practicing internal medicine for over
28 years in metropolitan and rural areas, and has grown to love small
Allen W. Jones, Jr., MD is board certified with the American Board of Family Medicine. He attended
Medical School at the University of Alabama in Birmingham and his residency
was completed at the University of Tennessee Center for the Health Sciences,
in Jackson, Tennessee. He has been practicing family medicine for 24 years
in a small town in Georgia, providing care to families of multiple generations.
John P. Moreland, MD is board certified with the American Board of Internal Medicine. He attended
medical school at Washington University, his internship was completed
at Barnes Hospital, and his residency at the University of Washington
which were all located in St. Louis, MO. Dr. Moreland has been with Dr.
Ashcraft since 1975.
Robert Smith, MD is board certified with the American Association of Family Physicians.
He attended medical school at the University of California in Los Angeles
and his internship was completed at Community Hospital in Indianapolis,
IN. The beauty of the Bitterroot Valley drew Dr. Smith and his wife to
the area from Indiana. His medical philosophy is to listen to his patients,
be compassionate and concerned. He cares for patients of all ages from
infancy to the elderly.
Jennifer Krueger, PA-C earned her Bachelors of Science and Physician Assistant Certification
at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and then went
on to earn her MBA in Healthcare Administration at the University of Colorado.
She is certified with the National Commission on Certifications of Physician
Assistants. She is currently practicing family medicine at the Bitterroot
Physicians Clinic and Convenient Care, as well as practicing sleep medicine
at Marcus Daly Sleep Center.
Anne Weinberger, ANP completed her Master of Science in Nursing as an Adult and Geriatric Nurse
Practitioner at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee. She is certified with
the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She provides personalized
care to adults and the elderly.