Shayleh Moffett,
Dr. Douglas G. Harrison,
Nicole Mortenson

Years in business: 5 years

Overall years of personal experience: 20 years plus

Areas of expertise: OB/GYN

Education or experience that qualify you as an expert in this field: MD, Board Certifieds in OB/GYN; NP are Board Certified

Brief description of your job: Providing medical services to women in Gila Valley

What do you like about the products/services you provide? Up to date professional medical care

Why your customers like to do business with you? Pleasant facility knowledge and professional providers and staff

Community involvement: Yes; Library, sports programs, MGRMC Foundation, Christmas House

Hobbies or special interests: Involvement with community; Flying

Special honors, achievements or anything else that potential customers should know about you? Only board certified physician and Nurse Practitioners for Women's Health in Graham and Greenlee County

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