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Crown Medical Center Staff

Crown Medical Center cares about its patients and offers professional, quality treatment to everyone.

At Crown Medical Center, you will find our staff is knowledgeable and courteous.  Despite our busy schedules, we offer a smile and professional medical diagnosis and treatment.   We help people from all walks of life with their medical needs.

Dr. Joyce Onyekaba, Crown Medical Center DirectorJOYCE ONYEKABA, MD. Medical Director, CMC

Dr. Joyce Onyekaba is a United States Civil surgeon and a Board Certified internal Medicine Specialist with over 24 years -experience as a Medical Doctor. She worked for HealthPartners for over 11 years before joining Crown Medical Center.

Dr. Joyce Onyekaba received her M.D degree from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria and completed her residency in internal Medicine at Harlem Hospital, New York, an affiliate of the Columbia College of physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Onyekaba has vast experience in treating Tropical (African) and Temperate Disease conditions. 

dr. Nha Peter Nguyen - Crown Medical Center Family PractitionerDr. Nha Peter Nguyen, Family Practitioner, and Civil Surgeon

Dr. Nha Nguyen is a Board Certified family practitioner and a Civil Surgeon. He graduated from the University of Minnesota Medical School. Dr. Nha is experienced in obstetrics, gynecology, hospital and urgent care. He has worked extensively in international travel and mission medicine especially in the third world.

Elizabeth Ann Bennett PA-C  Elizabeth Ann Bennett PA-C

Elizabeth graduated from the Methodist University Fayetteville North Carolina PA Program. She has extensive clinical practice experience in internal medicine, hospitalist position and urgent care.  Her primary interests include providing preventive care and managing chronic disease conditions.  She hopes to overcome cultural and linguistic barriers, which have prevented minorities from seeking effective health care service