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Felipe L. Jubay, Jr., MD   Felipe L. Jubay, Jr., MD
Parmer Medical Center is proud to have Dr. Felipe Jubay as a member of the PMC healthcare team. Dr. Jubay moved here from Las Vegas about twenty years ago with his lovely wife Dita. Although the landscape is much the same (dry air, heat and lots of dirt) the bright lights and busy, busy city life are a far cry from Friona, Texas. So, why Friona? He says he likes being here “because the people are down to earth and friendly, the work environment is nice – the providers work as a team, AND, I can get to work in less than 2 minutes!”

Dr Jubay and Dita have two children and two grandchildren (and one more on the way!). Some of his proudest moments in life have been the birth of his two daughters and two grandsons, and, of course, his marriage to Dita. Dr Jubay is also proud to be the recipient of several awards in his career including Physician of the Year in 2004 by the Panhandle chapter of the Texas Academy of Family Physicians and, in 2013, Preceptor of the Year from the Texas Tech University Physician Assistant Program. Besides winning awards and traveling to play with the grandkids, Dr Jubay likes music – he particularly enjoys singing and dancing.

As a physician, Dr Jubay encourages his patients to” Take their medication as prescribed - never stop them or try to adjust them on their own and to make sure you return for scheduled blood tests every six months or as directed.” Never hesitate to come in to be checked when you are not feeling well and get your annual flu and pneumonia shots!

Dr. Jubay truly enjoys life in Friona. “Dita and I are proud to say we are so glad we chose to live in Friona. It was a hard decision at the time, but it was the right decision. We have been here over twenty years!” We are looking forward to the next twenty years, Dr. Jubay.

  Gary Webb, MD
Parmer Medical Center is proud to have Dr. Gary Webb as the newest member of the PMC healthcare team. Dr. Webb moved here from Hawaii just about two months ago with his lovely wife Olivia. Although it may seem like quite a transition from island living to the panhandle of Texas, Dr Webb is not a stranger to this area. He lived and worked in Dalhart for some years before moving west and starting his medical training and career. The years prior to joining the medical staff at PMC were busy ones. In addition to a year as Chief Resident at the University of Nevada School of Medicine, he was in private practice for 5 years in Nevada. In Hawaii, Dr. Webb completed a one year fellowship in Geriatric Medicine and then worked as the Medical Director in a Community Health Clinic for the next 3 years.

So, why Friona? He says he likes being here “because of the people that make up the community, the hospital staff’s caring attitude, and my co-workers – we all work as one team. I feel honored to have the privilege to serve the people of Parmer County.”

Dr Webb and Olivia have five children and three grandchildren (one granddaughter and two grandsons). Some of his proudest moments in life have been the birth of his children and grandchildren, and “when my patients complement me on the care they received and how it improved their quality of life.” To enhance the quality of his life, Dr Webb likes photography, collecting rocks and sea shells, hiking, and off-roading in his FJ.

As a physician, Dr Webb encourages his patients to remember the 5210 Plan for children: 5 servings of fruits and vegetables daily, 2 hours or less of TV or video games, 1 hour or more of exercise daily and 0 sugary drinks like soda. Adults need health maintenance just like cars need oil changes regularly to keep running right.” He feels it is especially important to have fun every day. Eat right and lose weight sensibly. Get exercise everyday which includes both spiritual and physical components. And, get your annual flu shot!


Lynette Jubay, PA-C
Lynette moved back to Friona in June 2014 with her husband Eddie. She likes the small town mentality – you know most of everyone and their families! Everyone is always willing to help when/if needed. No commute or traffic. Lynette loves working with her Dad and giving giving back to the community that raised her!

Lynette and Eddie have one son, Jaxon, who is almost 3! She loves spending time with family and eating!

After graduating Friona High School, Lynette attended Texas Tech University Physician’s Assistant Program in Lubbock, Texas.

As a Physician’s Assistant, Lynette recommends to take care of yourself! You have to live in your body the rest of your life – take care of it!

  Nathaniel Covarrubias, PA-C
Nathaniel joined PMC in August 2015 moving here from Levelland, Texas. He likes that the people are so hospitable and that small town living is quiet. He enjoys providing care in rural communities where patients express gratitude for the time and personal care.

Nathaniel”s Dad works at Farmer’s Co-op and enjoys sports, gym and boxing. His Mom works for Accolade Home Health and enjoys running and Zumba.

Nathaniel attended South Plains College in Levelland and received his Associates of Science degree. He then studied at Texas Tech University earning his Bachelor’s of Science degree. He moved on to University of Texas – Pan American PA School accomplishing his Masters of Physician’s Assistant Studies.

Nathaniel recommends his patient’s to be proactive with their healthcare. Have routine checkups. Promote healthy diet, exercise and stay active. Ask questions if you do not understand.
  Clayton Halford, PA-C
Clayton moved here nearly a year ago from Las Vegas, Nevada with his wife Lacie. He grew up in a small town much like Friona, in the mountains of Southeastern Idaho. Clayton has a passion for small communities and enjoys the close friendship and unity that small communities share. He is grateful for the opportunity to serve the people of Friona and be part of the community. He is a part of the local volunteer fire department, an eagle scout and plays piano.

Clayton and Lacie have a son, Jaxton. Clayton enjoys adventurous hobbies, such as scuba diving, snowmobiling, hunting and shooting. Although, his greatest joy is spending time with his family.

Clayton attended Idaho State University, Utah State University and Touro University Medical School. Before attending PA school, Clayton majored in Kinesiology and Exercise Science with a minor in Chemistry. He has received many notable academic and music achievements, and is the proud recipient of the Community Service Award of Preston, Idaho for his exemplary service to the community.

Clayton has a passion for service and helping other people. On top of his training, he has a strong disposition for his patients to practice preventative medicine. Exercise, proper diet and fresh air are what you will hear him routinely tell his patients.
  Trevor Steiner, PA-C
Trevor moved to Friona mid January of this year from Southeastern Idaho with his wife Kaylee. He loves the hospitality and friendliness of everyone. He likes how open it is here and it’s nice to see the fields. Trevor says it’s nice being somewhere safe for his kids, so they can be outside without them worrying too much.

Trevor and Kaylee have 4 children, 1 boy, Paxton, 5; and 3 girls, Phoebe, 3; Hadelyn, 2 and Ettie, 3 mos. Most of their family live in Idaho.

Trevor has worked 2.5 years in SNF’s and Assisted living in Idaho and Utah. He did Undergraduate studies at Brigham Young University-Idaho, majoring in Health Science and minoring in Chemistry and Biology. He attended Physician Assistant program at Touro University-Nevada. Where he also worked with the homeless on a Mobile Health Clinic.

As a Physician’s Assistant, Trevor recommends to take time for yourself, eat healthy, stay hydrated and pick up a hobby. There are many different ways to exercise. Find the right exercise for you that you enjoy, or at least, can put up with, and develop a exercise routine. A little bit everyday can go a long way.