Jay Raymock, M.D.
Dr. Raymock grew up in the great state of Iowa and completed his undergraduate and medical school training at the University of Iowa. He is a college football fanatic and loves his Iowa Hawkeyes. GO HAWKS!!!!!. Wanting to avoid further frostbite, Dr. Raymock came to Arizona to do his residency in Family Practice at the Scottsdale Family Practice Program where he was awarded the Outstanding Intern of the year award while also serving as chief resident. Dr. Raymock was one of the founding partners of Desert View Family Medicine in 2000. He is Board Certified in Family Medicine and received the distinction of being one of the “Top Doctors in Phoenix” in 2010.
Dr. Raymock enjoys spending time with family and friends and now sees his family from Iowa more frequently since the birth of his daughter in 2009.
James Combs, M.S., P.A.
Mr. Combs grew up in Enderlin, North Dakota. He completed his Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing at the University of North Dakota in 1977. He completed his Physician Assistant certification at the University of North Dakota Medical school, PA program. He completed his Masters of Science Degree in 1987 at South Dakota State University. Mr. Combs was one of the founding partners of Desert View Family Medicine in 2000.
Mr. Combs enjoys golfing, singing, music and shopping for antiques.
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Dr. Bridgett Wilson
Joined Desert View Family Medicine in 2016. She is originally from Lincoln Nebraska and attended the University of Nebraska for her undergraduate studies. A true cornhusker at heart, she moved to the east coast to study medicine at Yale University. While at Yale, she met her husband and together they moved back to Nebraska where Dr. Wilson practiced in the Methodist Health System for over 13 years. She worked as a full time family medicine doctor while also serving as Medical Director of Urgent Care.
Dr. Wilson has always loved the Phoenix area and planned to relocate here eventually. Her two children are competitive dancers and felt there were additional opportunities in Arizona to help them realize their dreams of becoming professional dancers. The Wilson Family made their move in July 2016 and are delighted with their decision.
Ann Marie Padilla, M.D.
Dr. Padilla, a long time resident of Arizona, attended medical school at the University of Arizona. She completed her residency at Phoenix Baptist Hospital. Dr. Padilla is a former chairman of the Family Practice committee at two local hospitals. Dr. Padilla is one of the founding partners of Desert View Family Medicine. She enjoys seeing patients of all ages.
Dr. Padilla loves outdoor activities including skiing, hiking and golf. She loves to travel and enjoys all music genres.
Karen Bader, M.D.
Dr. Bader was born and raised in the suburbs of Philadelphia. She completed her medical degree at Temple University School of Medicine in 1993 and completed her residency in Family Medicine at Abington Hospital in 1996. Desiring a bit more sunshine, Dr. Bader headed to Arizona after completing her training and although she dearly misses her friends and family back east, she can not imagine having to scrape ice off her windshield again.
Dr. Bader has been practicing family medicine in the East Valley since 1996 and she was one of the founding Physicians at Desert View Family Medicine (her second family).
Dr. Bader enjoys the variety of family medicine which always keeps her “on her toes” but has a special interest and talent for preventive health care. On a more personal note, Dr. Bader keeps busy outside of the office with her most thrilling jobs as a wife and a mom to extremely active twin boys, born in 2007.
Stacie Schaible, P.A. – C.
Stacie has worked as a family practice Physician Assistant for over twenty years. She is one of the founding providers of Desert View Family Medicine. Stacie has a Bachelors of Oboe Performance from Iowa State University and was the Graduate with Distinction in Physician Assistant studies at Des Moines University. Her practice emphasizes preventative medicine and wellness. She enjoys working with patients of all ages, integrating life style, nutrition and western medicine for optimal health. Chronic illnesses, such as hypertension, diabetes, heart disease and depression are approached as a team with the patient, working to limit risk factors and harmful side effects of treatment.
A strong supporter of the arts and varying charities keeps Stacie very active and involved in her community. She is currently principal oboist with the Chandler Symphony and American Festival Orchestra. Stacie has also completed nine marathons raising funds for charities such as The Leukemia Foundation, Sloan Kettering Memorial Cancer Research and Team for Kids.
Keeping the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of life in balance is the underlying pulse for her and her patient’s health.