Dr. Mary Lynn Joe
As the Medical Director at Circle Health Urgent Care, Dr. Joe has assembled the best team of clinicians in the area.
Board certified in Emergency Medicine, Dr. Joe's clinical interests are wound management, antibiotic stewardship, and women’s health. She was inspired to become a physician by her desire to help people and be a lifelong learner. Her mother, a physician, was also a role model for her.
Dr. Joe likes to tackle challenges. “Emergency medicine helped prepare me to be able to care for any patient who comes through the door. I think that being a breast cancer survivor has helped me be a better physician. I know what it is like to be sick and scared,” says Dr. Joe.
Dr. Jerri Jensen
As a family medicine physician with a specialty in Urgent Care, Dr. Jensen has a love of families and their social relationships and was inspired to become a physician because she was "amazed and intrigued by the workings of the human body." Along with being a practicing physician, she is an avid hiker, gardener and passionate explorer.
"I love the outdoors," she says. "I'm fascinated by the role of plants in nutrition and health."
Watch Dr. Jensen’s video, and learn more about her caring approach with patients.
Dr. Chander Khatri
An aunt with leukemia, a grandfather with lung cancer. Dr. Khatri saw human suffering up close, and he wanted to do something about it. That’s why he became a physician, and chose to work at Circle Health Urgent Care.
“I like to sit down with my patients and really talk to them,” he says. “I listen, empathize and let them know they are important.”
Watch Dr. Khatri’s video, and learn more about this exceptional healer, listener and comforter.