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Meet Dr. Lofgran

Dr. Lofgran is a caring family physician who practices in Gooding, Idaho.  He works with a team of qualified physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants at North Canyon Medical Center.  Dr. Lofgran takes care of the entire family, from newborns to the elderly.  He also treats chemical addictions.  Click here to learn more about Dr. Lofgran and his medical practice. North Canyon Medical Center | The Walker Center | Auburn Crest

A Spiritual Approach to Understanding Addiction

Many people do not understand addiction well.  There are stereotypes and misconceptions about addiction that cause confusion in our society.  To help everyone understand the risks of addiction, how to avoid addictions, and how to find healing from addictions, Dr. Lofgran has written a book relating the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the challenge of addictions.  Click here to learn more about the book, “Understanding Addiction.” The Walker Center

Gooding Family Physicians

Dr. Lofgran partnered with Ian Kunz, PA-C, in 2006, to form Gooding Family Physicians, a family practice medical group.  In 2014 they joined North Canyon Medical Center to expand services and provide their patients with better access to all of the hospital’s resources.  They now occupy a new medical complex adjoining North Canyon Hospital, a state of the art facility built in 2010.  North Canyon Medical Center | The Walker Center | Auburn Crest

United for Better Health

Maintaining our health is one of American’s primary concerns.  While access to good health care during illness is critical, preventive care is essential.  Feeling our best is important to all of us.  Click here to join Dr. Lofgran for tips on wellness, exercise programs, schedules of local fitness events, and more. North Canyon Medical Center | Mayo Clinic | Mayo Clinic App

What is a D.O.?

A D.O. is a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine.  D.O.’s are trained to provide preventive and holistic medicine.  Relatively unknown in the Mountain West until the past four decades, D.O.’s have been providing quality healthcare throughout America since the late 1800’s.  To learn more about the history of Osteopathic Medicine, click here.

Treating Addiction Holistically

Addiction is rapidly becoming a topic of national discussion and debate.  Opioid addiction has made headlines over the past decade, and is steadily increasing in scope and cost.  Many other addictions are also problems within our society.  Alcohol, nicotine, methamphetamine, and other drugs are also problematic.  Behavioral addictions likewise pose high costs to our society, financially and socially.  Medical treatments can help stabilize patients while behavioral treatments help them learn how to live a healthy and productive life. The Walker Center

Professional Links

North Canyon Medical Center
Dr. Reid Lofgran, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
Gooding Family Physicians, Clinic Director, Addictionologist
267 North Canyon Drive
Gooding, ID 83330
(208)-934-4446
NCM-C.org

Dr. Lofgran is available by appointment for a consultation for chemical addictions.  He provides medication-assisted treatment for alcohol, benzodiazepine, and opioid addiction.  He uses Naltrexone, Vivitrol, and Suboxone to assist patients in their recovery.

The Walker Center
Dr. Reid Lofgran, Medical Director
28-day Residential Drug and Alcohol Treatment Facility
605 11th Avenue East
Gooding, ID  83330
(208)-934-4446
thewalkercenter.org

Auburn Crest Home Health and Hospice
Dr. Reid Lofgran, Medical Director
397 Blue Lakes Blvd N
Twin Falls, ID  83301
(208)-735-7450
auburncrest.com

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
www.lds.org
addictionrecovery.lds.org

Government websites for drug and addiction resources:
National Institute on Drug Abuse
drugabuse.gov

Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
https://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov

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