Medical Associates of Northern New Mexico strives to be the state's premier medical group. We are dedicated to delivering outstanding health care to our patients. Our success is the result of meticulous attention to the requirements of each other and of our patients. We are committed to the communities we serve.
|City||Los Alamos, NM|
|Address||3917 W Road # A|
|Phone Number||(505) 661-8900|
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Dr. Gary Jacques specializes in Internal Medicine. He obtained his medical degree at the University of California, San Diego and his Internal Medicine residency at Vanderbilt University. His career spanned academic medicine as part of Vanderbilt's faculty, the private practice of Internal Medicine and humanitarian work that involved establishing hospitals and medical training programs in resource poor countries around the world. Raised in Colorado, Dr. Jacques enjoys mountain climbing and outdoor activities of all kinds.
Medical Associates of Northern New Mexico has provided Los Alamos and surrounding areas with quality and comprehensive healthcare services since 2010. We believe in keeping our community healthy, and we're committed to exceeding the expectations of our patients with cutting edge services. Let us provide you with the personalized care you deserve.
For over 36 years, Medical Associates of Northern New Mexico has been a leading Medical Group in the Los Alamos area. We're pleased to offer our patients special services that provide a holistic approach to medicine, focusing on the causes of ill health as well as the symptoms. Stop by today and benefit from our wide range of personalized care. Research studies have shown that pets or companion animals are beneficial to people, including the elderly. These studies have concluded that all types of pets provide older persons with a sense of emotional and physical security; an opportunity for exchanges of affection; distraction from ones own problems; compensation for sensory loss; satisfaction of the need to touch and be touched, to smile and to laugh; a decrease in depression; and the incorporation of rhythm and structure into daily routine.