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Physician Profile: Josephine Davis, M.D.

Published July 2021 | In Summer 2021

After leaving Rapid City — the town where she grew up — to complete her Family Medicine residency, Dr. Davis returned to the area to treat patients in the Black Hills.

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Family medicine physicians are trained to provide comprehensive health care for patients of all ages, with education and training in pediatrics, obstetrics, gynecology, internal medicine, neurology, psychology, surgery and community medicine. In their practice, they often treat every member of a family, from grandparents to the youngest children. This is especially true of communities like Sturgis, where physicians and their teams get to know their patients, and as families grow and change, physicians like Dr. Davis are there to help. 

My Role

I am a board-certified family medicine physician providing care to patients of all ages in the Sturgis clinic, emergency department and hospital.

My Goal

In my practice I aim to be engaged in my patients’ health from preventative care to chronic and acute care management. I believe in treating patients the way I would like to be treated, and I enjoy getting to follow my patients in the clinic, hospital and emergent settings.

My Passion

I enjoy the pace and variety my practice brings to me. I also very much enjoy being part of a small town community. I grew up in the Black Hills and am thankful to be able to raise my family here

Family physicians establish a baseline of well-being for your entire family, and care for your physical, emotional and mental health throughout your entire life cycle.