Dr. David Ballance
Dr. Ballance received his undergraduate degree from
Willamette University in Salem, Oregon and attended medical
school at the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle.
After completing his residency in New York State,
Dr. Ballance returned home to Idaho with his wife Liz, to
raise their family and started practicing as an MD at
Family Health Care in 1998.
Dr. Jane Young
RN, MSN, CRNP, ND
Dr. Jane Young is the founder of Family Health Care.
Leading the way for Nurse Practitioners in Idaho and around
the country, she is proud to own an independent family practice
offering quality patient care.
In 2004, she was among the 1st to attain a Nursing
Doctorate from Case Western University. She has earned recognition
as a published author and researcher, and has lectured at
Boise State University.
BSN, RN, MSN, FNP-C
Joslyn Dresser earned her Bachelor's of Nursing
from the Lewis-Clark SC in Lewiston Idaho, and later her
Master's in Nursing from Gonzaga University. Born and raised
in Boise, she shares our love of Idaho and the values that
make the Treasure Valley special.
She has special interest in Women's Health,
Pediatrics, and chronic care. Joslyn takes a personal stake in her patients' healthcare journey.
Erin Murphy received her Bachelors degree in Health Science Studies right here at Boise State University, and continued her Physician Assistant education at Northern Arizona University.
She brings experience in preventative medicine and chronic disease management, and also special interest in caring for patients in their "Golden Years". Erin values empowering her patients to take an active role in their healthcare, working together to achieve goals to maintain and improve health.
Dorothy Mosher was born in Kellogg Idaho, and has lived in Lewiston, Wyoming, Maine, and recently moved back to Boise to be near family.
She brings two decades of experience in Family Medicine, and also has special interest in Geriatrics and Women's Health. Dorothy values all ages of patients, helping them improve their health, and learn healthy habits that will improve how they feel.
Sandy received her Bachelor of Science from Boise State University, and has been involved in Family Practice her entire career.
Her favorite part of working in the healthcare field is establishing a connection with each of her patients. She wants to know them as individuals, and looks forward to connecting with them at subsequent appointments. For her, that is what makes family practice unique, knowing that her patients feel important and cared about.