Dr. Koby is a board certified family physician. Dr. Koby graduated from the Michigan State College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency at Mt. Clemens Regional Hospital. He is on staff at McLaren Macomb.
Dr. Wixon is a board certified family physician with a special interest in nutrition, pediatrics , women's health and preventative medicine. Dr. Wixon graduated from the Michigan State College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her residency training at St. John Macomb Hospital. She is on staff at McLaren Macomb.
Juli obtained a Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Oakland University where she also completed her undergraduate and Master’s degree in Nursing. She was as an Emergency Room Nurse for 6 years before pursuing her doctorate. She loves taking care of people of all ages and helping them to potentiate their health. She is married with two children and views her patients like family.
Brittany is a board-certified Physician Assistant (PA-C). She was born and raised in northeast Ohio where she attended undergraduate school at Ohio Northern University. From there she attended Indiana State University, obtaining her Master's Degree in Physician Assistant Studies. She has worked in family practice for the last 7 years and has special interests in diabetes management, women's health, and mental health. She is married with two children and loves to spend time outdoors.
Nurse practitioners obtain an undergraduate degree in nursing and typically gain working experience as a Registered Nurse before attaining a Masters of Science in Nursing while some will continue on to acquire a Doctor of Nursing Practice.
Physician Assistants graduate from an accredited physician assistant educational program and have undergone testing by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. The PA-C educational program is modeled after medical school curriculum and completed over the course of about 27 months and includes around 2,000 hours of clinical training.
Where physicians and nurse practitioners or physician assistants differ most is that doctors will complete four years of medical school and then complete at least three years of residency gaining clinical experience and furthering their education.
Our physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants are all board-certified and work closely together to provide our patients with the highest level of care. Our providers strive to work with their patients to achieve better health outcomes by providing a comprehensive approach to your health.