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Andrew Rife, PA-C

Medical School: South University in Tampa, FL

Year started with Tribe: 2015

Specialties:
Emergency Medicine, Urgent Care, Primary Care

Andrew graduated with a master's degree from South University in Tampa, FL in 2013. He worked emergency medicine for a little over a year, then mainly urgent care over the next few years. He began working with the Sault Tribe in 2015, and since late 2017 has been working as a primary care provider at the Sault Tribal Clinic in Saint Ignace. He is married to Rachel Rife who is a nurse working for Mackinac Straits and they have 3 adorable French Bulldogs. In his spare time a few activities he enjoys are walking the dogs, playing chess, listening to music, reading, and bicycling.


Health Centers where Andrew Rife, PA-C can be found:

Sault Tribal Health & Human Services Center
1140 N. State St. Suite 2805
Saint Ignace, MI 49781
Phone: (906) 643-8689

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Services provided by Andrew Rife, PA-C:

General Medicine
The Sault Tribe Health Division offers outpatient medical appointments for newborns through the elderly. We have family physicians, pediatricians and nurse practitioners. We care for acute needs, chronic medical conditions, and health promotion/disease prevention appointments. Some of our providers specialize in women's health, others in pediatrics. We offer many procedures such as wart treatments, simple skin excisions, toenail removal, colposcopy, IUD, endometrial biopsy, and LEEP. There are nurse-only appointments available for blood pressure checks, allergy injections, immunizations, injectable birth control, wound care, and ABI. OMT services are offered once a month.

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