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Flagstaff Family Care Clinic Providers - Fourth Street Location

Rebecca Miller, M.D.

Dr. Rebecca Miller is a board certified family medicine physician and has completed a fellowship in Integrative Medicine at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine. She grew up in Tucson and graduated from medical school and residency at the University of Arizona. In addition to her traditional medical education, the fellowship in Integrative Medicine provided training in nutrition, supplements, and alternative techniques of healing. Rebecca enjoys seeing patients of all ages and backgrounds.

Annika Kariniemi FNP-C


Annika Kariniemi is a Family Nurse Practitioner who sees patients of all ages. She is passionate about preventive medicine and physical exercise. Born and raised in Finland, and recently relocated from Minnesota, she is excited to be in Flagstaff. She earned her Master's Degree from Purdue University Global. Prior to that she was a nurse for 10 years with her Bachelor's Degree from Finland. Her special interest is skin conditions. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, cooking, and outdoor adventures with her husband and children. Her favorite wellness tip is, Never skip a Monday workout!

Kathy Barth, PA-C

Kathy Barth, PA-C, graduated from Towson University, Towson, Maryland with a Masters in Science as a physician assistant. She also has an Education Master’s degree from SUNY at Buffalo and a Bachelor degree in Music from ASU. Kathy has worked as a teacher and managed continuing medical education departments for two medical specialty societies in the Baltimore/Washington, DC area. She has practiced medicine in rural Nebraska and at a community health center in Flagstaff. Kathy enjoys seeing all ages in family practice from 2 years old and up.

Donna Peace M.D.

Dr. Donna Peace is Board Certified in Family Medicine. She graduated from the University of Connecticut in 1984 with a degree in Biology and went on to do some research at Pfizer Pharmaceutical Company for a couple of years. Her involvement in the community exposed her to community support services for victims of violence and she decided to return to school and earned a Master’s in Social work from UConn. She worked in the social work field, in school health and hospital social work for a total of 10 years, including a couple of years in Africa as a Peace Corps volunteer, before returning to school to study medicine. She graduated from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 2000 and did a Family Medicine residency program through the residency consortium in Buffalo. She was awarded a National Health Service Corps Scholarship and came to Arizona in 2003 with her family to work on the Navajo Reservation. She eventually moved to the White Mountains of Arizona and had a solo private practice for 8 years before deciding to move to Flagstaff to allow her family to take advantage of the many wonderful education and cultural activities that Flagstaff has to offer. She provides care to all members of the family, from birth through childhood, adolescence and adulthood, into advanced years and even end of life care. She provides female care and does office procedures.

Dr. Peace enjoys caring for the entire family. She has four children and is involved in their interests and activities and is actively involved, in her own life, in applying the healthy living choices she prescribes for her patients.