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Daniel J. Barney FNP-C

Feel free to call me Dan. I’m a Family man and an outdoorsman. I love to read and learn. My favorite food is salad but I never turn down chocolate. What else is there to know? My lovely wife and I have 5 children, 4 girls and one boy. My first experience with medicine was on a volunteer ski patrol for Kelly Canyon just after high school. I learned that I love the human body and how it functions and I knew I wanted to go into the medical field. After serving a 2 year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints, where I learned Spanish, I was ready for more. I entered nursing with the plan to be a Nurse Anesthetist and I graduated with my baccalaureate of science in nursing. I later learned that the hospital was not a lifetime career that I would be satisfied with. After five years of ER and ICU I was ready to further my career and decided on an advanced nursing degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner (NP). Even before I graduated school as a Nurse Practitioner I found myself dreaming about a practice that allowed me to treat patients without the regulations and limitations that the government and insurances place upon those who participate in their programs. I am so excited to be practicing medicine in my own Direct Primary Care clinic! I feel that this model of healthcare truly is better for patients, providers and our relationship with each other.

Dr. F. Bryce Moser

Dr. F. Bryce Moser has practiced family medicine in Blackfoot, ID since 2003. He attended medical school in Kansas City, MO and completed a family residency program at Wilson Hospital in Johnson City, New York. He is a member of the American Academy of Family Practice. Being board certified with the American Board of Family Medicine, he provides comprehensive care in pediatrics, diabetes, hypertension, and geriatric medicine. He also performs cardiac stress tests, physicals, and office procedures such as laceration repairs and circumcisions. He served 10 years on the Bingham County Crisis Center Board of Directors. Raised on an Idaho family farm with seven siblings, he learned many practical skills which developed many interests and abilities. Dr. Moser volunteers extensively with youth through church service. He served an LDS mission to North Carolina from 1987-89. His continued interest in politics was spurred by high school Policy Debate competitions. Dr. Moser enjoys the performing arts and has participated with local productions through the BCP. In college, he was a member of the competitive ballroom dance team. When he has free time, Dr. Moser enjoys fishing, camping, 4-wheeling, landscaping, and logging hours on his flight simulator. He and his wife Amy are the parents of five children.

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