5300 E. Erickson, #116
Dr. Lambert was born and raised in Tucson. After graduating with honors from the University of Arizona with a degree in biochemistry, he decided to stay in Tucson and earn his medical degree at the UA College of Medicine. He went on to complete his residency here as well, obtaining board certification in internal medicine. Dr. Lambert remains committed to serving Tucson, and plans to raise his family here. He married his wife in 2003, and is the father of three children.
“I enjoy the complexity of internal medicine and my role as a primary care physician. I view each patient as a whole person, body, soul and spirit, and I gladly take the responsibility to coordinate their care.”
Katy Hoeft is a Certified Physician Assistant. She has solid experience and a caring style in the fields of primary and geriatric care. She also has special interest in women’s health and diabetes management.
Training for the Physician Assistant program began with her Master of Medical Science degree from the Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. Her undergraduate degree was in Exercise and Sport Sciences from the University of Arizona.
Katy looks forward to working with her patients to maximize their potential for good health and vitality.
Dr. Bluestein is board certified in Internal Medicine with a sub-specialty focus on Geriatrics. Dr. Bluestein is a graduate from State University of New York, Buffalo, New York. Dr. Bluestein’s internal medicine training and geriatric fellowship were completed at the University of Wisconsin Hospitals, Madison Wisconsin. Further training was received at the University of Wisconsin School of Public Health and rounding her educational background; Dr. Bluestein completed a Visiting Fellow in Geriatric Medicine at University College Hospital, London, England.
"The geriatric population has been my focus throughout my professional career. I enjoy working and listening to the life experiences of this special group of individuals; this allows me to understand and work collaboratively with my patients, their family and care-givers in creating a relationship dedicated to quality of life and the ongoing well being of the geriatric patient. Life is a journey and enjoyment should be experienced in every year and phase of life. I feel fortunate to be involved in the health and well being of this patient population as their journey through life continues."
Marlene Bluestein, M.D.