Dr. Erickson has lived in the valley since 2000 with his wife Heather. They started Capstone Family Medicine LLC and Eye Clinic LLC in 2003. Since that time, they have traveled to Sri Lanka for tsunami relief. Each year thereafter they added a child to their family for a grand total of four active boys! Dr. Erickson was born and raised in Minnesota where he attended the University of Minnesota-Duluth Medical School. He attended MacNeal Family Practice Residency in suburban Chicago with emphasis in Obstetrics and Sports Medicine.
Dr. Heather Jones and her family moved to Alaska with the United States Air Force and they have lived here for over 5 years. After deciding to leave Active Duty to allow more time to be with her family, she settled in the Chugiak area to enjoy all Alaska has to offer. She is a member of the Air National Guard and plans to be a permanent resident. She has always enjoyed hiking, cross-country skiing, camping, biking and walking or running. She also enjoys off-roading in the numerous open access areas with her family.
Mark E. Andrews joined Capstone Family Medicine in February of 2008. Dr. Andrews is a Licensed Professional Counselor and active member of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. His counseling focus centers in trauma-related therapy and christian disciplines. Having his own successful practice in Palmer for eight years, Dr. Andrews brought his existing practice to our location. The merging of clinics allows Dr. Andrews to focus his time on his clients rather than the daily routines of running ones own business. As a noted point of interest - Dr.
Dr. Jachimiec was born in Chicago and raised in Wisconsin. She graduated from the CEBU Institute of Medicine and completed her residency in family medicine at the University of Wisconsin Fox Valley. She moved to Alaska in 2006 and worked as a contract physician at Elmendorf Air Force Base prior to joining Capstone in January 2010. While she prefers warmer climates, Dr.
Dr. Hennemann originally hails from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and graduated from the Medical College of Wisconsin. She moved to North Pole, Alaska in 2007 with the United States Air Force, in which she served 10 years. When her military commitment was complete, she and her family decided to make Alaska their permanent home. With five children of her own, Dr. Hennemann has a particular interest in maternal/child medicine. She is a strong proponent of family and loves that her specialty truly covers "cradle to grave". Dr Hennemann has been a provider at Capstone since November 2010.
Dr. Kelley moved to Alaska in 1997 with the US Army after completing medical school at the University of South Dakota and an internship at Fort Bliss, Texas. In 2004, he completed a residency at the University of Wisconsin where he met his wife, Jessica. After a tour in Iraq, he returned to Alaska in 2005. He left the active army in 2010 and is a member of the Alaska Army National Guard. He and Jessica live in Wasilla with their young daughter. Dr. Kelley enjoys working on their family cabin and restoring his '55 Chevy.
Billy and his wife Melissa moved to Alaska in 1999, with their 3 month old son, Isaac, from Oklahoma to pursue ministry opportunities. Along the way, Billy continued his career in the medical field with Mat Su Regional Medical Center for 11 years. After completing his Master of Business Administration in Leadership from Liberty University, Billy joined Capstone as Chief Operating Officer/Practice Manager in September 2010. He continues his ministry endeavors within the community as well as speaking engagements and youth camps throughout the U.S. Billy and Melissa hav
Kerry was born and raised in Eagle River, Alaska. She completed her undergraduate degree in Athletic Training Education at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, NM and she has been a Certified Athletic Trainer since 2009. Kerry had the opportunity to work with the Anchorage Glacier Pilots baseball team for three years as an athletic trainer which is also where she met her husband, TJ. She worked in physical therapy for 2 years before attending physician assistant school at Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona. She is thrilled to be back in Alaska and