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About Me

Dr. Ford is a board-certified pediatrician, wife, and Catholic mother of five children. She graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree from Stephen F. Austin State University in 2007. Dr. Ford went on to graduate from the University of Texas Lozano Long School of Medicine in 2012 with Pediatric Departmental Honors and completed her internship and residency in pediatrics at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.

Dr. Ford’s philosophy on patient care: “I believe in treating the whole person, in the context of their family and faith, utilizing medications or complementary therapies as appropriate, and allowing the body to heal itself when possible. I view my role as a physician as a partnership with patients and their parents and I ask that families openly share their health goals with me.”

Services Offered

  • Pediatric convenient/urgent care for more than 50 conditions including colds, allergies, asthma, headache, nausea/vomiting/diarrhea, simple lacerations, ear infections, sinus infections, pink eye, rashes, sore throat, constipation and more.
  • Pediatric and adolescent behavioral/mental health concerns
  • House calls for patients within 10 miles of Post Falls (Poleline Ave and 41). For house calls, there is an additional trip fee of $100 (not covered by insurance), which compensates for travel time associated with seeing patients at their homes. If you would like more than one child seen during the same home visit please call to schedule so that only one trip fee is charged.
  • Dr. Ford is not able to offer primary care or immunizations at this time but is happy to address concerns related to growth and development, provide vaccine counseling, and complete general physicals for pediatric patients of any age including for sports and camp.

Licensed States

Idaho

In-Network Carriers

Patients I See

Dr. Ford sees patients from birth through young adulthood for medical and behavioral health needs.