Dr. Christopher HilerDr. Christopher Hiler began his medical career while attending the College of Medicine in Oklahoma City. Having a propensity towards helping people, it seemed an obvious choice when it came to choosing his specialty. In 1999, Dr. Hiler completed his residency in Bakersfield, California after which he relocated to Phoenix and worked for a short period of time as the Clinical Director at a clinic in Avondale. It did not take long for him to realize that he wanted to open his own clinic, and in August 2000 he did just that in the Maryvale area. Over the next 14 years, he has opened several other clinics as well as an Urgent Care. His passion is not just medicine but helping others and he continues to do that daily.


Caren Shropshire FNPMy name is Caren Shropshire and I am a fifth generation Native Arizonian. My family came to Arizona in the the 1850’s. The Creighton School District lies on the land which was part of the original family homestead. My great great-grandparents were farmers and ranchers. I had the distinct pleasure as a high school graduate of being accepted into Glendale Community College’s first nursing program. I attended the University of Phoenix for both Bachelor and Masters of Nursing. I completed a post-master certification for the role of Family Nurse Practitioner in 2003 from Arizona State University. I am Board certified.

I have worked at the bedside and in management in preparation for my career as a nurse practitioner. I have a passion for my career and have felt great joy in working in multiple settings in the hospital. As a manger, I took pride in having the skills needed to teach the staff what was expected in the care of multidisciplinary patients with specialized needs. I worked in management for 17 years but found I missed the bedside where teaching patients, families, nursing graduates, and students were my passion. I have a special love for Emergency Room and Trauma patients. The greatest joy I have, is working with patients and their families in understanding their medical conditions, treatments needed, and how to manage in the home setting.

I love to travel, and my plan is to see as much of this world we live in before my time on this earth ends. I also love to spend time with my children and grandchildren and will look forward to the next generation of great grandchildren. I love to read books and love to cook.

The company I currently work for has a multidisciplinary office that furnishes patients the opportunity to visit Family Practitioners, cardiology, Dentistry, Obstetrics, and Gynecology also has an Urgent Care. I find great joy in my role with this practice which keeps me moving and coming to work looking forward to each day as I split my time between the Family Practice and the Urgent Care within the office.


Margaret PalloMargaret Pallo Ericson is a Family Nurse practitioner, board-certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, and licensed by the State of Arizona to provide family-centered healthcare to patients of all ages. Her scope of practice encompasses health promotion, disease prevention, diagnosis and management of common and complex health care problems beginning in childhood and continuing throughout the aging process.

She began her career in health care by working as an ADN and Midwife in Malawi, Africa. She came to the USA and obtained her BSN at Grand Canyon University. Since that time, she has accumulated twenty-seven years of nursing experience and education in various areas of patient care (orthopedic, telemetry, surgical, and nurse practitioner).

Margaret has a unique combination of strong nursing skills and strives to provide the best health care possible. She believes in building a long lasting and trusting relationship with patients and customers. She seeks to acquire a comprehensive evaluation of every patient by taking time to listen and understand their particular needs. Her true desire is to enhance a positive healing experience and confidence to those in need.