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Although originally trained in Family Medicine, I have been practicing in the hospital setting for over a decade and realized I missed the long term relationships I had with my patients as a primary care provider. Seeing patients in their home environment and being able to spend time with them without the pressures of “the system” has always been a dream. With Santa Fe Mobile MD, I am finally able to provide the kind of care I believe all patients deserve and should expect.

Since I began my training in Family Medicine, I have practiced in India, Guatemala, Israel, the Navajo Reservation in Northern Arizona, and Santa Fe. But with all of these experiences working around the world, probably the one that has been most influential in shaping who I am as a doctor was the year I spent in New York caring for my grandfather, Sidney, during which I witnessed his frustration with his doctors and realized the value of personalized care.

Outside of medicine, you can find me tinkering around the farm, hiking, skiing, on the river with my family, or trying to play the accordion.

  • Medical Doctorate: Ben Gurion University, in collaboration with Columbia University, 2002
  • Family Medicine Residency: University of New Mexico: completed 2005
  • Board Certification: American Board of Family Medicine, 2005, re-certified 2015
  • Fellow of: The American Academy of Family Medicine & The Society of Hospital Medicine
  • Active License: State of New Mexico since 2005. MD2003-0626

I grew up going to the hospital with my father and listening to my grandfathers, uncles and cousins discuss medicine. It is hard to quantify how these generations of doctoring have shaped my practice but I feel it every day. I trained in Emergency Medicine and learned an immense amount about medicine and humanity in the ER over those 19 years. In 2019 I started Santa Fe Mobile MD as a way to find a more balanced and healing approach... to spend more time with patients listening, examining and thinking so I could not only deal with illness and also move in the direction of feeling grounded and well. I am also a partner with Insight Ketamine, a clinic dedicated to treating mental health concerns.

Since completing my residency training in Emergency Medicine in Boston in 2007, I have worked in Chiapas, the Navajo Reservation in Northwest New Mexico, Santa Fe and New Zealand. Practicing medicine in different cultures and countries has taught me a lot about listening, about being humble and seeing these experiences in the context of life. Being trusted with peoples’ stories, concerns, and hopes has been a great honor because it teaches me so much about the human experience.

Outside of medicine you’ll find me alongside my family biking, running, skiing or doing whatever we can to enjoy and be a part of the natural world.

  • Medical Doctorate: University of Texas Medical Branch 2002
  • Emergency Medicine Residency: Boston Medical Center: completed 2007
  • Board Certification: American Board of Emergency Medicine, 2009, re-certified 2018
  • Fellow of: The American College of Emergency Physicians
  • Active License: State of New Mexico since 2007. MD2009-0234

I grew up accompanying my father (the other Dr. Fox) on his house calls. Most of the time, I sat in the car for what seemed like hours, but on the occasion I was invited inside, I witnessed the magic of the doctor-patient connection. He would spend as much time as needed to make his patients feel comfortable. He’d listen to them tell their stories, and ask them questions about their lives, their loved ones, their passions, and their worries.

This time to connect, develop trust, laugh, and cry with our patients is often missing from doctor visits today. The opportunity to visit people in their homes, spend the time to understand their circumstances and their beliefs, and develop trust, is an opportunity to practice the art of medicine in the way it was first presented to me: with relationships and communication, listening and respect, as the foundation.

I was born in Northern California, attended high school in San Francisco, then jumped across the bay to Berkeley, where I graduated with a degree in psychology. I attended Tulane Medical School and completed my residency in pediatrics at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC.

I practiced general pediatrics in the Atlanta area for the past 20 years. During that period, I developed comfort, confidence and joy in working with children and their families and found myself wishing I had more time to spend with them. Last year, I took the leap and moved to quieter, calmer, beautiful Santa Fe, to find a way to provide excellent medical care on my own terms.

My years in California instilled in me a love for the outdoors. Hiking, skiing, running, and being surrounded by natural beauty fills my soul. I chose Santa Fe to live what I love and to be closer to my adult daughter in Pasadena.

I delight in nuzzling babies, having serious conversations with toddlers, and learning about the world today from a child/adolescent perspective. Being a pediatrician has been a gift, and the connections I have made over the years will remain with me forever.

  • Medical Doctorate: Tulane University School of Medicine, 1995
  • Pediatric Residency: Children’;s National Medical Center, 1998
  • Board Certified: Pediatrics, 1998
  • Fellow of: American Academy of Pediatrics & New Mexico Medical License MD2023-0222

Sarah was born and raised in Santa Fe, NM and has practiced physical therapy in Northern New Mexico since 2005. She received her Bachelors of Science in Biology and her Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of New Mexico. Sarah treats a wide variety of orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions, facilitates post-mastectomy rehabilitation, and specializes in vestibular rehabilitation therapy. Besides working for Santa Mobile MD she also owns and runs In Balance physical therapy.

Sarah appreciates living in beautiful Santa Fe and feels grateful to be able to serve the community to which she feels a deep connection. When Sarah is not working with her patients, she loves spending time with her husband, family, and cherished friends. She enjoys skiing, hiking, biking, and walking her beloved dogs Nicki and Ziggy in the incredible terrain of Northern New Mexico.

My professional journey began in Tanzania, where I volunteered as a teacher after college and witnessed first-hand the critical importance of access to holistic, patient-centered care in the context of family and community. As a fierce advocate for women’s rights, I felt called first to midwifery and later, to family medicine, where I learned to address the needs of my patients and their loved ones throughout the lifespan. Apart from raising my children, my greatest fulfilment in life comes, from the people who entrust me to partner with them not only to recover from illness and feel “like themselves,” but to thrive, physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Since becoming a nurse in 2000, I have worked on the San Felipe Pueblo, on the border with Mexico, in Guatemala, on the Navajo Reservation in northern Arizona, and in community clinics in Santa Fe, including La Familia Medical Center and Christus St. Vincent Family Medicine. These varied experiences have given me a deep appreciation for the diversity that makes living in this world so rich and precious, and that requires I meet every encounter with humility and an open-mind. My passion lies in connecting with people one-on-one, seeking to understand what brings joy and meaning to their lives, and partnering with my patients to maximize their health and well-being.

In my free time, I cherish spending time with my family, hiking in the mountains, baking at altitude, and reading poetry & fiction.

  • Education: Certificate, Family Nurse Practitioner, University of New Mexico, 2004
  • Education: Master’s of Science in Nursing (Midwifery), University of New Mexico, 2003
  • Education: Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, 2000
  • Education: Bachelor’s of Arts, English Literature, Cornell University, 1996
  • Licensure: New Mexico Board of Nursing, R47305/ CNP01156
  • Licensure: New Mexico Department of Health, CNM 504
  • Certification: American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC- FNP), 2004, recertified 2019
  • Certification: American Midwifery Certification Board (AMCB, 2003), recertified 2021
  • Certification: Academy of Lactation Policy and Practice (ALPP, 2019), recertified 2022

Amrit was born in Florida and attended Boarding School in India from the ages of 8-18yrs. She received her bachelor’s in business management in 2003 and then went on to own and manage a Real Estate office for 7 years selling Real Estate. Amrit decided to go back to school to become an RN after having two children. She worked at St. Vincent’s emergency room for 10 years. During those 10 years she worked alongside Dr's Stewart Anderson and Joel Rosen. Amrit is grateful to be able to serve patients and support families in their home environment.

While Amrit is not caring for her patients, she loves spending time with her husband and two teenagers. She enjoys snowshoeing, hiking, camping, gardening and traveling.