Dr. Mary Beth Rupp
attended the University of Michigan for continuing undergraduate studies. She then attended Long Island University in Brooklyn, New York where she received her BS-MS in physical therapy. Subsequently she graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit with her MD degree. She completed her specialty residency training at the Providence Hospital Family Medicine program. She enjoys all aspects of family medicine especially women's and children's medicine, adolescent medicine, and preventive medicine. Her goal is to provide compassionate, excellent, and timely care to the whole family and feels privileged to get to know her patients and generations of their families.
Dr. Lauren Parvin
attended Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her residency training in Family Medicine at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, MI and a fellowship in Osteopathic Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine at Michigan State University. Her goal is to provide compassionate efficacious, holistic care & preventative health for the entire family. She focuses on giving patients the highest quality of care, in a team approach to allow patients to take an active role in the management of their medical conditions. In addition to musculoskeletal medicine/manipulation, her special interests include sports medicine, nutrition, infant care & breastfeeding medicine, and the management of chronic medical conditions. She enjoys living in Brighton with her family.
Dr. Jami-Lynn Matthews
attended Michigan State College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her residency training in Family Medicine at St. Joseph Mercy/Trinity Healthcare in Michigan. She enjoys a full scope of family practice from pediatrics to geriatrics with special interests in pediatrics, women's health, mental health, aging while maintaining quality and independence, and management of chronic medical conditions such as diabetes and hypertension. “It is my greatest honor to meet people where they are and walk with them through their journey to health. There are so many factors affecting physical and emotional health and through knowing my patients, I am better able to tailor appropriate therapies based on shared goals and their beliefs. In family medicine, we often have the unique privilege of caring for multiple members or generations of a family, which I find to be one of the most fulfilling aspects of general practice. “
Dr. Shannon Graley
Attended Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine at Midwestern University. She completed a pediatric internship at Naval Medical Center San Diego and a residency in family medicine at Puget Sound Family Medicine at Bremerton Naval Hospital in Washington. She served in the United States Navy for nine years, earning the rank of LCDR. Following her Naval service, she worked in New England for Hartford Healthcare and UMass Memorial as well as the Veterans Administration. She has a passion for family medicine, caring for all ages. Her goal is to make compassionate healthcare accessible to improve the health of the community. Beyond her medical practice, Dr. Graley enjoys cooking, animals, and spending time with her three children.