Our Mission & Vision
Mission & Vision:
The purpose of IPMR is to improve the lives of the functionally impaired. IPMR strives to provide a working environment that enhances the potential of its’ employees by encouraging mutual respect, job satisfaction, professional development and positive interpersonal relationships.
IPMR’s goal is to be the best provider of pain medicine, physical medicine and rehabilitation services in southwest Idaho. We strive to provide care that is state-of-the-art, multidisciplinary, compassionate and professional.
Ambulatory Surgery Center Mission & Vision:
Provide quality elective ambulatory surgical care to promote the health and optimal function required to lead active lives.
IPMR Ambulatory Surgery Center will provide excellent ambulatory surgical care in our community. We will be the ambulatory surgery healthcare provider of choice for pain management procedures. We will have a team of professional personnel who are passionate about patient care and committed to continuously improving our services to our patients. A spirit of collaboration and trust is evident among the medical staff, nursing staff, administrative staff and ancillary personnel.
Since 1990, Idaho Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation has focused on restoring function -- the ability to live, work, sleep and play as pain-free as possible. IPMR’s medical providers have over 180 years combined experience using the most cost-effective, modern, conservative treatments available.
We care for patients with acute and chronic pain, musculoskeletal problems like back and neck pain, tendonitis, pinched nerves, sprains, carpal tunnel syndrome, fibromyalgia and arthritis.
We also treat people who have experienced catastrophic events resulting in amputation, paralysis or traumatic brain injury, as well as those suffering from cancer, stroke, orthopedic injury; neurologic disorders like multiple sclerosis, polio or ALS, or assistance with a workers’ compensation injury.
Since 2008, IPMR’s Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) has offered surgeries and procedures performed safely outside the hospital setting with some significant advantages:
Lower Cost: ASCs can provide many hospital-based procedures, some at an average of 40-60% less than those charged by hospitals.
Greater Convenience: IPMR’s ASC offers:
• Convenient parking (10-50 feet from the front door, on the ground floor)
• Shorter waiting times from admission to procedure start (< 30 minutes)
• Easier scheduling for patients
Superior Customer Service:
ASC patient care is equal to or better than comparable hospital care. IPMR’s ASC’s semiannual Patient Satisfaction Surveys have an overall satisfaction rate of over 94%, which is higher than the national average.
Because the vast majority of our procedures are performed with local anesthesia, patients experience shorter procedure and recovery times.
• Modern Healthcare
• Foundation for government accountability
• Society for human resource management
• Ambulatory Surgery Center Association
Tiffany Mecham, MHA, CMPE - Administrator
Tiffany is the Administrator at Idaho Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, PA. She is a Board-Certified Medical Practice Executive (CMPE) through the American College of Medical Practice Executives. Prior to being the administrator for IPMR she was a Clinic Administrator for Primary Health Medical Group and a Clinic Manager for Idaho Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. A graduate of Idaho State University, Tiffany has a Master of Healthcare Administration, Bachelor of Healthcare Administration, and a Minor in Business. She is an active member of Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) and Idaho MGMA. She enjoys running, traveling, camping, and spending time with her family.
Sasha McNabb, RN – Director of Nursing
Sasha McNabb is the Director of Nursing at Idaho Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, PA. Prior to joining IPMR, Sasha has worked in the Emergency Departments of St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center and West Valley Medical Center. She has also worked for Mountain States Urology as lead R.N. She is a graduate of College of Western Idaho with an Associates Degree in Nursing. Sasha is currently working on her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Sasha enjoys running, participating in obstacle course races, reading and time with her family.
Michaela Bergeman – Boise Clinic Manager
Michaela is the Meridian clinic manager for Idaho Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. A graduate from Boise State University, Michaela has a Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Policy & Leadership with a Minor in Business. Prior to joining IPM&R, she was a clinic supervisor for Cardiology for four years and was a program administrator for the last six years at an engineering firm. She is an active member of Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) and Idaho MGMA. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, being active, spending time with her significant other; their two dogs, friends, and family.
Maya Tillotson, MHA – Boise Clinic Manager
Maya is the Boise clinic manager for Idaho Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, PA. A graduate of Idaho State University, Maya has a Master of Healthcare Administration, Bachelor of Healthcare Administration, and a Minor in Business. Prior to joining IPMR, she has several years of experience working in healthcare including public health departments, health centers, rural hospitals, and healthcare research. Experience includes working for Steele Memorial Medical Center, ISU Heath Center, and John Hopkins Medicine. In her free time she enjoys camping, reading, trying new board games, learning new things, and being with family.
Asza Carlon – Billing Manager
Asza is the billing manager at Idaho Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Asza has over 10 years of experience as an Administrator and Billing Manager. Asza’s background is in Family Practice, Physical Therapy and Alternative Medicine. Asza enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 little boys, as well as watching sports and traveling.