- Rural Family Medicine
- Women's Health
Family Medicine is a specialty area of Medical Practice which encompasses the entire family in a special way of practicing medicine. Instead of offering fragmented health care, as most specialty medical practices do, Family Medicine offers total family, holistic health care. This means that you can see your Family Doctor for Obstetric care (delivering your baby at JCHC), Pediatric Care (at the Family Medical Center in Buffalo or Kaycee), General family wellness check ups, Gynecology (well women checkups), and Geriatric care all in one place, with one doctor who knows you well.
Family Medicine offers a unique, comprehensive high quality health care experience that other specialties simply can't offer.
University of Colorado Health Science Center - Denver
Northern Colorado Family Medicine Residency
AFFILIATIONS & AWARDS
- Board Certified: American Board of Family Practice
- David Bates Scholarship for commitment to Rural Family Medicine
- University of Washington School of Medicine Preceptor and Clinical Assistant Professor
- ACLS Certification
- ATLS Certification
- Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics
- PALS Certified
- NRP Certified
- Member of Kappa Kappa Gamma
- University of Wyoming Rodeo Team
Dr. Jennifer Rice attended University of Wyoming where she was an
outstanding student, a member of the UW Rodeo team, and found time to be
president of her sorority, too. She graduated on the Dean’s list with a Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology. She then attended University of Colorado in Denver and achieved her Medical Degree.
She completed her Family Practice Residency in Greeley Colorado in 2009, where she was awarded the David Bates Scholarship for commitment to rural Family Medicine.
Dr. Rice practices Family Medicine at the Family Medical Center in JCHC. She enjoys taking care of Obstetric patients, practicing pediatric medicine, and taking care of families.
Her varied interests include spending time with her husband
and two daughters. She enjoys rodeo, ranch sorting and training horses. Dr Rice plays piano, bakes, fishes and bird hunts.
Along with that, she is active in her local church, and knows how to use a loom. Dr. Rice sees patients 4 days a week and delivers babies at Johnson County Healthcare Center in Buffalo.