Scott Ulrich, PA
Scott is one of our senior Physician Assistants. With a passion for healthcare and service, Scott shows his love for people through his work. He enjoys providing a range of different services to his clients.
He is originally from Blackfoot, Idaho and studied at Idaho State University where he received his Master's Degree in PA Studies. He has now been working as a Physician’s Assistant for eight years, all of which were here in Idaho.
When asked about his career, Scott said, “My inspiration to become a PA was that I wanted the opportunity to practice medicine and to be able to interact with people daily while making a difference in their lives.”
When Scott isn’t following his passion of working in healthcare, he enjoys going camping and fishing, but most important to him is being with his five children.
Joshua Tew, PA
Joshua is one of our senior Physician Assistants here at the Family Community Clinic. In addition to utilizing his knowledge of health care and services, he loves seeing his patients be healthy and happy. He speaks both English and Spanish fluently, and provides all his patients with the “highest amount of care and passion.” He lives and works by the Community Family Clinic mission statement, which is: “To provide quality and affordable health care services to individuals and families in the community it serves.”
Raymond Price, PA
Raymond became part of our staff in October 2018. He is one of our wonderful Physicians Assistants at Community Family Clinic. One of his motivations to work in the healthcare field is to help patients attain the health goals that they desire. “As a Physicians Assistant I am able to do this everyday,” he said.
He is from Pocatello, Idaho and received a Bachelor’s degree at BYU-Idaho, followed by his Master’s in Physicians Assistant Studies at ISU. He loves seeing people’s live's improve, “It is very satisfying to see a patient come back feeling better than they did when they first came to the clinic,” says Raymond. He speaks Spanish, enjoys working with people of all backgrounds, and getting to know people from all over the world. He also enjoys working with the outstanding staff we have at CFC, who truly want to help everybody.
During the summer he likes camping, hiking, mountain biking and doing other outdoor activities with his family. In the winter he loves skiing in the mountains we have in the area.
Anthony Berrett, PA
Anthony is one of our new providers at Community Family Clinic. He sees his career as a good opportunity to provide for this family but also a way to help people and contribute to the community. He has been working at CFC for almost a year. He loves working with our friendly staff and being able to use his Spanish on a daily basis.
Anthony attended to BYU-I and ISU for his undergraduate studies. He received his Master's Degree in PA Studies from West Liberty University in West Virginia. He has been practicing for three years, and two of those years he worked in urgent care. He is from Southeast Idaho and loves spending time with his family, playing sports and doing outdoor activities.
William May, LMFT
Chief Behavioral Health Officer
Meet our new Chief Behavioral Health Officer. His name is William May and he coordinates the Mental Health Program at Community Family Clinic. He is beginning to do counseling for individuals, couples, and families. Right now, he accepts both privately insured and uninsured self paying clients. He is bilingual and counsels in both Spanish and English. He plans to expand the Behavioral Health program, and hire a Substance Abuse Counselor in the near future.
William became a Mental Health professional because he enjoys helping people solve challenges in their life, so they can find more meaningful solutions and joy. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Psychology at BYU, then went to University of San Diego for his Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy. William has 20 years of work experience in the mental health field and 15 years doing counseling.
William is from St. Anthony, but recently moved to Idaho from Florida after living there for the last 10 years. He likes to do things with his kids, go hiking, play basketball, travel, play all sorts of games, and go to the beach.
Linda Duran, LMSW
Mental Health Counselor
Linda has been providing Psychotherapy for adults at Community Family Clinic for a year. She has a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Idaho State University and went to Boise State University to earn her Master’s in Social Work.
She has 7 years of experience as a mental health professional. “I enjoy working with people and teaching them skills to create a happier and more fulfilling life. We can always learn something from people we interact with if we chose to listen and not judge,” says Linda.
Linda is from Mexico City but has lived in Idaho Falls for the last 24 years. Her favorite thing about working for CFC is “being part of a team that provides much needed services to an under-served population.” Linda enjoys outdoor activities, exercising, dancing and spending time with her husband and children.