Primary Care

Community Hospital Clinics

Our primary clinic providers continue to offer patients Telehealth services. This allows each patient the option to have a virtual appointment with a provider from the comfort of their own home.

Schedule an Appointment: 928-668-1833
Annual Wellness Scheduling Line: 928-662-0050


Clinic Locations:

Wickenburg – Across from Wickenburg Community Hospital: 523 Rose Lane, Wickenburg AZ 85390
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm – Click here for Directions

CongressNext to the Congress Public Library at: 26750 B, Santa Fe Road, Congress, AZ 85332
Hours of Operation: Monday & Wednesday 8:00am – 5:00pm – Click here for Directions

Wittmann In the Nadaburg School District Office: 32919 Center St., Wittmann, AZ 85361
Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 8:00am – 5:00pm – Click here for Directions

Community Hospital Clinics

Primary care is where good health begins. Your primary care provider is your first contact for general health issues, yearly screenings and any questions about your health. The primary care team at Community Hospital Clinics provides family and internal medicine for every member of your family. Our focus is on preventive care to keep you and your family healthy but we also diagnose and treat acute and chronic illnesses.

From infants to seniors, we all have better health with a reliable home base for our medical care.  Our team of primary care physicians and skilled medical providers work in conjunction with our teams at Wickenburg Community Hospital and WCH Pharmacy to provide you an integrated approach to diagnosis, treatment and care planning. The result is a full continuum of care with the convenience of being close to home.

When should I see a primary care provider?

1) You and every member of your family should see your primary care provider at least once a year for your annual wellness visit. These yearly checkups are critical to monitoring your family’s health and development and diagnosing any emerging health conditions in their early stages. 

2) Your primary care provider is also your first visit in the event of concerning medical symptoms, illness and injuries that do not require emergency care. 

Our Wickenburg Community Hospital Clinic, offers same-day or next-day appointments whenever possible. While the team includes doctors and medical providers with many different subspecialties, if you need a referral, we also work with a network of specialists to ensure you receive the specialized care you need.

Click here to see our No Show policy. 24/7 access to your medical records through Patient Portal

Primary Care Providers

Todd Kravetz, MD
Internal Medicine, Clinic Medical Director
Providing Care at the Clinic in Wickenburg - “I was in high school when I first started thinking about a career in medicine. I became involved with research at ta hospital in Cincinnati and before I knew it, I was hooked. I received a BA and MS in Zoology at Miami University, spent a year doing research with lasers in medicine. I then went on to Medical College of Ohio where I subsequently completed my residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Cincinnati. I enjoy practicing medicine in rural communities because my patients care about their health and wellbeing. It is wonderful to be in Wickenburg treating people and hearing patients say thank you.
Richard Melde, MD, MBA
Family Medicine
Providing Care at the Clinic in Wickenburg - Dr. Melde returned to Arizona where he earned his medical degree in 1971 as one of the very first classes of 32 students at the University of Arizona School of Medicine in Tucson, Arizona. He received a second licenses in the state of Arizona for homeopathic and integrated medicine, MD(H) in February 2008. Dr. Melde is a first-generation medical doctor from a a family of multi-level medical professionals and is the eldest of nine children. He currently resides in Scottsdale, AZ with his wife. He has 5 daughters and 11 grandchildren.
Matt Jones, DNP, FNP-C
Family Medicine
Providing Care at the Clinic in Wittmann- As a family nurse practitioner, Matt Jones, DNP-FNP-C provides a comprehensive range of healthcare services for individual’s and famil9ies all socioeconomic settings, ages, genders, diseases, and body systems. Matt received a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Phoenix and a master’s degree in nursing from Northern Arizona University. His medical background includes experience in the areas of medical-surgical, telemetry, ICU, Long-term care, primary care, and community education. “I believe that every aspect of medicine is fascinating and yet most important is the health and well-being of each and every patient.” – Matt Jones, DNP, FNP-C
Lea Way, FNP-C, PA-C
Family Medicine
Providing Care at the Clinic in Congress - “My career in medicine began serendipitously as a nursing assistant at Wickenburg Community Hospital. While working, I also completed Nursing School at Yavapai Community College in Prescott, AZ. Before long I began to feel as though I could not do enough for patients and wanted to go further. I entered the Primary Care/Emergency Nurse Practitioner Program at Maricopa County Hospital, challenged the PA exam, and became a Physician Assistant. I love practicing medicine and have done so for over 30 years. Every patient has a story, and every patient is dear to my heart.”
Mandi Filla, CNP
Providing Care at the Clinic in Wickenburg - Mandi’s healthcare career began as a nursing assistant. She then moved onto become an LPN, RN, and now a Nurse Practitioner. Her healthcare journey started back when she was in high school. A counselor stated that nursing will be the next big employment filed with jobs galore. Mandi sees patients ages ten to adult from acute to chronic illnesses. In addition, she has her wound care certification. “Since choosing healthcare as my profession I have never regretted a single day of my choice and am very proud of my profession.”
Courtney Neal, MSN, APRN, FNP-C
Family Medicine
Providing Care at the Clinic in Wickenburg - Courtney began her healthcare journey as a surgical technologist in Southern California. A manager mentor quickly observed her passion for providing exceptional patient care and encouraged her to advance her skillset as a registered nurse. She believes deeply in her calling and knew she was on the path to becoming a Nurse Practitioner. Courtney provides Primary Care services to patients of all ages, treating acute and chronic illnesses. Her approach to patient care embodies a holistic approach that considers all elements within the patient environment that contribute to their overall health or illness. She aims to empower patients to be active participants in their wellness journey. She is married with three children ranging in age from 17 to 30, and in her spare time, she loves to read and play golf.
Fariday Mombeleur, MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Providing behavioral health, mental health and psychiatric services for children and adults from the Wickenburg Clinic via Telehealth. Faridy’s philosophy to care is holistic, collaborative and patient centered. As a Board-Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, her objective is to empower patients to teak control of their mental wellbeing. Her treatment plan includes education regarding the patient’s diagnosis and available evidence-based treatments to they can participate in the decision process. Faridy will employ a combination of psychotropic medications and psychotherapy to optimize patient recovery. She is committed to providing personalized care and passionate about building an open and trusting relationship. Le us partner together to facilitate the journey to mental wellness.
Angela Braate, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Proving behavioral health, mental health and psychiatric services for children and adults from the Wickenburg Clinic via Telehealth. Angela Braaten is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Angela grew up in Topeka, Kansas and received her graduated degree in clinic social work at Washburn University. She started her career in community behavioral health, where she provided services to teens and families. Angela worked with patients struggling with addictions, chronic mental illness, and acute crisis. Angela has also worked in the hospital settings providing crisis assessment, end of life discussions, goals for care and trauma case management. She is skilled in palliative care consults and geriatric interventions, as well. most recently, she worked in a primary care clinic providing services for patients struggling with addictions, domestic violence, anxiety, depression, PTSD, relationship conflicts and other mental health symptoms that are connected to overall wellbeing and health. Angela is trained in dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma work, motivational interviewing, and solution focused interventions.