Family and Community Medicine

MSC 09 5040
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Phone: Administration (505) 272-2165 Phone: Clinic (for patients) (505) 272-1734
Fax: (505) 272-8045

Lindsay Fox, PA-C

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PA-C

MSC09 5040

Albuquerque, NM 87131

Physician Assistant Program

505-272-9864
505-272-9828
lefox@unm.edu


Lindsay is a Faculty/Lecturer and Outreach coordinator with the UNM Physician Assistant Program where she has taught Pharmacology, Clinical Skills and Clinical Seminar. She is graduate of St Francis Physician Assistant Program in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 2011 with a focus on Hematology/ Oncology. After graduation she went on to practice General and Surgical Oncology with Presbyterian Medical Group in Albuquerque for several years working extensively in areas breast, thyroid and colon carcinomas. In 2013 she was recruited to become the medical lead for Project ECHO Complex Care Clinic at the Southwest Mesa Clinic for Family and Community Medicine at UNM. This study was funded by a Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Innovation Grant along with significant contributions by NM Medicaid Providers to study whether increased access and intensive primary care could reduce the overall cost burden of the most expensive utilizers of healthcare dollars. She joined the faculty at the PA program 2015 and continues to see patients at Southwest Mesa Clinic utilizing the ECHO platform to treat complex patients with HEPC and multiple comorbidities.

She is passionate about expanding the roles mid-levels providers to provide care to populations such as rural, underserved or patients marginalized as a result of mental health issues, addictions and social determinants.