Sol Bockelie, MD

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Sol realized his deep passion for family medicine after enrolling in the Escuela latinoamericana de medicina / Latin American School of Medicine in Havana, Cuba. It was in this program that he was able to develop his views on what medicine ought to be: healthcare is a human right; education and prevention are fundamental aspects of health and wellness; and emphasis on the importance of the biopsychosocial-environmental-spiritual model when treating and caring for patients, their families and the community is essential. 

Within family medicine, Sol is interested in working and growing with patients and their families, lifestyle, addiction medicine, wilderness medicine, public health and advocacy.

Sol Bockelie and his partner David backpacking through a city.

Sol grew up in Bremerton, WA and attended college at the University of Washington where he majored in political science while working in labs and taking pre-med courses. After graduating he worked for 5 years on malaria vaccine studies before realizing that working more closely with patients, families and their communities was what he desired in a medical career.  

While not in the clinic or hospital, Sol enjoys playing sous-chef to his partner, David, in the kitchen, training for marathons, CrossFit, hiking and Soto Zen sits. 

Sol is thrilled to make Nampa his and his partner’s home and is looking forward to serving our patient population.  

Samantha Carson, MD

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Samantha Carson and her husband Taylor standing behind their two newfoundland dogs outdoors in Boise, Idaho.

Samantha Carson grew up in Boise, ID and is very excited to be back in the Treasure Valley to continue her education as a physician. After graduating from Bishop Kelly High School, she left Idaho for her bachelor’s in psychology from Carleton College (Minnesota) and two years of work in community health clinics. She returned to Boise to obtain a second bachelors in biology from Boise State before going to Reno, NV for her doctorate in medicine from the University of Nevada, Reno.

She realized her passion for comprehensive, all-aspects-of-wellness healthcare while working in mental health and can’t wait to help her patients address the full-spectrum of their healthcare needs as a family medicine physician in-training.

She and her husband, Taylor, met in Physics class at BSU and recently welcomed a baby girl to their family. Samantha enjoys spending time with her family and two Newfoundland pups, baking gluten free goodies, spending time outside, watching movies, and doing organizing/DIY/craft projects.

Levi Evans, MD

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Levi was born and raised in the Walla Walla Valley, living most of the time just across the Oregon border in the small town of Milton-Freewater. He stayed at home while attending undergraduate in the valley studying biology. Following college and a gap year as an ophthalmologic medical assistant, he married his friend since high-school, Emma, and moved to Loma Linda, California to start medical school. 

While in medical school Levi followed his passion of working with the underserved in the local community by volunteering with the Loma Linda Street Medicine program. He found that he loved taking the time to really get to know the residents at the shelters or parks and is looking forward to serving this population with quality primary care during residency and beyond. 

Levi Evans and his wife Emma taking a selfie in front of a beach.

Excited by its potential to improve patient care and reduce medical costs he pursued his interest of point-of-care ultrasound during medical school. He took every opportunity he could to become proficient in many ultrasound exams and to help teach his others. He is excited to use these skills during residency, continue learning new skills and to share his ultrasound training with others. 

He enjoys spending his free time with his wife and baby. They love to do just about anything outdoors, but playing pickle ball, camping, hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking are some favorites. When they are not outdoors they enjoy playing board games, watching the most recent reality dating shows, baking cookies, or just hanging out with friends.

Jenna Farmer, DO

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Jenna Farmer and her partner taking a photo together in a hot air balloon.

Jenna grew up in a small town in Northern California before adventuring to Boise, ID for undergrad. She graduated from Boise State University (Go Broncos!) with a degree in Biology. She was able to continue her medical education by being a part of the first class at Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine in Meridian, ID.

Jenna’s interests in family medicine include care of women and children, LGTBQ+ care, and osteopathic manipulative treatment. Jenna is happy to be continuing her medical education working with FMRI Nampa and is glad to have the opportunity to give back to the community that she has called home for nearly a decade.

In her spare time, Jenna enjoys spending quality time with her partner and their dog. She enjoys hiking, biking, paddle boarding, 3D printing, and crafting.

Rok Holmes, DO

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Rok Holmes and his wife Sydney Holmes taking a selfie in front of red rocks type of landscape.

Rok was born and raised in a small farming town in Southern Idaho. After high-school he attended The College of Idaho on an athletic scholarship where he majored in Chemistry, and obtained minors in Religion, Psychology, and Health Profession Studies.

While at The College of Idaho he met his wife (and Co-Intern!) Sydney. After a few gap years spent working in various healthcare jobs, Rok and Sydney matriculated into Rocky Vista University in Southern Utah together for medical school! While at school, they both realized the immense impact and importance of primary care and fell in love with the specialty of family medicine. They are thrilled to be back in Idaho and the Treasure Valley and are excited to be a part of the Full Circle Health family! 

Sydney Holmes, DO

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Sydney Holmes and her husband Rok Holmes taking a selfie in a jungle type of landscape.

Sydney is an Idaho native, born and raised in Meridian, ID.  She attended The College of Idaho on a soccer scholarship and was named an academic all American in her senior year. She graduated with a major in exercise science and minors in psychology, religion, and health science.

While at The College of Idaho she met the love of her life and together they pursued their desire to become physicians at Rocky Vista University in St. George, UT. Throughout medical school she found her love for family medicine and knew she would find her way back to the Treasure Valley to serve the community that raised her. She is grateful for the opportunity to return home with her husband and co-resident by her side to begin their careers as physicians together. When she can find free time, Sydney enjoys cooking foods from cuisines all over the world. She also enjoys being outside skiing, mountain biking, running, and golfing.