Best Practices Medical Clinic is a full service family medical clinic in Yakima, Washington that is currently accepting new patients. Meet the skilled team of medical providers with years of combined experience in women's health, men's health, geriatric care, and pediatric care - the full range of family medicine.
Greg has been providing high quality, family focused medical care to families in the Yakima Valley for over 18 years. Greg worked at Cornerstone Medical Clinic in Yakima for eight years before his heartfelt passion for people and desire to provide exemplary medical care motivated him to open his own practice. In 2009, Greg opened Yakima Avenue Medical Clinic, which later became Best Practices Medical Clinic. In 2012, Greg was awarded the Washington State NP Award for Excellence, given for his "demonstration of excellence in clinical practice."
Greg began his nursing career at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital as a CNA in 1990. He attended YVC, graduating from their Nursing Program in 1994. Greg then attended WSU, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor's degree in Nursing in 1997 and proceeded to graduate from WSU's Master of Nursing Nurse Practitioner Program in 2001.
Greg was born and raised in Naches, WA. Greg, and his wife Janis, continue to own and operate Best Practices Medical Clinic and together they strive to give people, young and old alike, the kind of care that they deserve. They have three children that they adore and they reside on a small farm in Selah.
Dr. Fallstrom graduated from Pacific Lutheran University with a Bachelors degree in chemistry. He graduated with honors from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1989. Dr. Fallstrom is board certified in Family Practice and has been practicing medicine as a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine in Yakima since 1993.
Dr. Fallstrom and his wife, Connie, have two children. They enjoy hiking, camping, skiing, and other outdoor activities. They feel fortunate to live and work in such a great community.
Dr. DiMeo joined Best Practices Medical Clinic in December 2020. He will be practicing Osteopathic Manipulation and Preventive Medicine.
Anne graduated from the University of North Dakota in 1992 with a degree in nursing and a degree in psychology, both with academic honors (Cum Laude). She graduated from Washington State University Master of Nursing Nurse Practitioner program in 1999. She has been working in the Yakima Valley as a Nurse Practitioner since that time. She has been deeply rewarded by the relationships she has created with her patients over the last 16 years as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
She is married to her husband of 20 years, Matt. Together, they enjoy the joys and challenges of raising their three sons. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends,traveling, gardening and skiing.
Lori graduated from Washington State University Bachelor of Science of Nursing in 1996. Her professional career began as the manager of a local home health and diabetes program. She has also managed a rural health clinic and ambulance service. Lori also had an interest in the mental health needs of her clients. In 2009 she graduated from Washington State University Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner program and obtained her Master of Nursing degree. She is board certified to see patients age 13 through adult. Lori’s areas of interest include attention deficit disorder, anxiety and behavioral changes leading to a better quality of life. She focuses on teaching behavioral skills to help clients better manage anxiety, depression and other mental health issues. Her goal is to help clients to develop effective coping skills to better respond to life stressors. Lori is a resident of Ellensburg and sees patients in both Ellensburg and Yakima.
Lisa graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree in 1996. In 2005, graduated from Washington State University with a Masters of Nursing and became board certified as an Adult Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. She has been working in the Yakima Valley as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner both in community mental health and private practice settings. is an active member of the Association of Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurses and Sigma Theta Tau. also serves in a full time clinical faculty role with Washington State University, College of Nursing at their Yakima campus.
Lisa feels passionate about working with individuals to improve their mental health and well-being. She has been married to Robert for 25+ years and they enjoy two children. As a family, they appreciate the outdoors and time together.
Nicole graduated from the University of Washington in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in nursing. She then worked as an RN in community health, school nursing, and inpatient psychiatry. During these years she developed a passion for psychiatry, and the conviction that mental health care should be as accessible as primary health care. Noting the long waits many Yakima patients faced before being able to access mental health care, Nicole decided to become part of the solution. She graduated from Gonzaga University with the Master of Science degree for Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing in 2018. Nicole became board-certified later that year and can diagnose and treat mental health conditions in patients of all ages. She is currently accepting patients age 5 and up.
Tawnya specializes in Women's Health, including: sexual, reproductive and lifestyle wellness; family planning and contraception; STI screening and treatment; and menopause management.
Jason Roberts joined Best Practices Medical Clinic in December 2020. He will be supporting patient care as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
Ashley graduated from Heritage University in 2005 beginning her nursing career as an LPN working in an assisted living community in Yakima, Washington. Throughout her career she has worked in a variety of medical settings from corrections, to community health, inpatient psychiatric units and more. This has given her a broad background of experience to draw on, and a deeper appreciation for the uniqueness of each patient’s lived experience. Throughout her career, she has consistently prioritized professional development and ongoing education, and is excited to now be practicing as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. She is board certified to evaluate and treat mental health disorders in patients across the lifespan.