Family Care by NextCare: Flagstaff
- Urgent Care
- Family Medical Care
- Wellness and Long Term Care
- Illness and Injury CareChronic Disease Management (hypertension, diabetes)
- Medicare RR
- AHCCCS (fee for service only)
Meet Our Medical Staff
Dr. Thomas C. Ho, MD
Dr. Ho has been a resident of Flagstaff for 5 years, and he has been with NextCare since March 2016. He graduated from the Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, and has been practicing medicine for over 17 years. When he’s not working with patients, he enjoys basketball, traveling, and hiking in Flagstaff and throughout Arizona.
“I became a physician so that I could help people live longer and healthier. Many lives come to a premature end and do not fully realize their potential. I believe NextCare will help me continue to do that and allow me to always put the patient first.”
Alisa S. Vadasz, FNP PhD
Ms. Vadasz and her family have lived in Flagstaff for 14 years, and previously resided in locations including Israel and South Africa. Her alma maters include University of KwaZulu-Natal, Westville Campus and University of Durban-Westville in South Africa, as well as Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff where she is currently an assistant professor (Go Lumberjacks!).
“I have the privilege to enrich my knowledge, practices and experiences exploring diverse cultures of communities in different countries and continents, which allowed me to develop openness and tolerance towards different ways of thinking, practices and cultures.”
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