At Atkinson Family Practice, our mission is to:
To Rollin M. Johnson, M.D.
My practice is dedicated to the memory of my father, Rollin M. Johnson M.D., who first encouraged me to go to medical school, saying “If you love your job, you never work a day in your life.” He was right.
Despite the stress of medical school while having babies, it was still an exciting experience. My father, as an orthopedic surgeon, did not initially understand my choice of family practice when I began residency, but he watched my excitement as I delivered babies and then cared for those babies and their families over the ensuing years. I have never regretted becoming a family physician, as it is one of the most rewarding careers one could ever ask for. It is such a privilege to be admitted into the lives of families and to help them make meaningful changes in their lives.
My father was also the one who encouraged me to go into private practice and, ultimately, to do it again as a solo medical practice. He would have enjoyed the hard woods used in this new office and the farm theme in the pediatric room. And, as he did at my old office, he would have come to bring us all lunch and meet my patients.
The Atkinson Building is a state-of-the-art 13,500 ft2 sustainable building designed by architect Ann Marshall of Kuhn Riddle, with construction completed in December 2013 by Wright Builders, Inc.
- Dr. Atkinson envisioned an office that would be comfortable and not sterile, safe and accessible, with spaces designed to encourage collaboration between medical personnel, while ensuring privacy in exam rooms.
- The Design and Engineering team was faced with the challenge of an efficient, welcoming medical office building utilizing environmentally sound construction within a limited budget. They succeeded beyond expectations!
Scholarships & Sponsorship of a Child
- AFP SCHOLARSHIPS
- CHILDREN SPONSORED BY ATKINSON FAMILY PRACTICE
- THANK YOU'S FROM OUR SPONSORED CHILDREN
For a current patient of the practice: Applicant must be a current patient of our practice and be enrolled for the coming academic year in any college full-time program (can be two-year or four-year). Submit one to two short paragraphs explaining what your plans are for the coming year and how a scholarship would assist you in reaching your goals. The $500 award is based on need. Scholarship is renewable if student remains full-time and in good standing at their college. Open to students from all local high schools or homeschooled. Please submit your entry to email@example.com. Deadline is May 15th.
For a local high school or homeschool student: Applicant is a young woman graduating from any local high school or who has been homeschooled – must be enrolled for the coming academic year in a four-year college with an interest in pursuing a healthcare profession. Submit one or two short paragraphs explaining why you are interested in health care and your goals for the future. Submissions are sent through the school’s guidance office. $500 award annually. Scholarship is renewable if student remains full-time and in good standing at their college. Applications must be received by May 15th of each year and are awarded in June at high school awards’ presentation. Please submit your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline is May 15th.