Cobre Valley Kearny Clinic welcomes new provider

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Tanner Carlson

  Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center, which operates the Kearny Clinic, has welcomed a new provider to their ranks.

  Tanner Carlson, PA-C, will be located at Clinics @ the Hospital on Tuesdays and at the Kearny Clinic on Thursdays and Fridays and alternating Mondays and Wednesdays. He is accepting new patients, walk-ins are welcome, treats kids 4 years and older, and can write referrals.

  He was born in a small town in South Dakota and moved early on in his childhood to Glendale where he was raised.  He is a Veteran of the U.S. Army where he developed a passion for medicine.  He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and obtained his Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies at Northern Arizona University. 

  Tanner is married, just became a new father, and enjoys the outdoors – hunting, fishing, riding his ATV and traveling.

 To book an appointment with him in Globe, please call (928) 425-3247; or in Kearny, (520) 363-5573.

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