About Work Care of Alaska and Urgent Care Medical Clinic
Urgent Care Medical Clinic was started by Dr. Layne Crowe (left) shortly after moving to Alaska from Florida, where he was based with the Navy as a Flight Surgeon. He opened the first clinic, on Northern Lights and Boniface, in 1998. Eight years later, in 1996, he opened his second clinic on the other side of town, on Jewel Lake Rd and Dimond Blvd. Dr. Crowe has continued serving in the Navy Reserves as a flight surgeon and is going on an active duty deployment to Japan in February, 2018.
The best care from the best providers
Erin Norton, MSN, ANP-C
A new addition to the Work Care of Alaska team in 2017, Erin recently graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Master's Degree in Nursing. She completed undergraduate work at Miami University of Ohio and Bellarmine University. Erin has advanced training in speech, hearing, balance, and communication. Her future plans include one day running an occupational health clinic in Kentucky, near her childhood home. She enjoys taking in Alaska by hiking, cross country skiing, and sledding.
Audrey Kelley, PA-C
Audrey Kelley is a recent acquisition by the Work Care of Alaska group. Audrey brings a thorough understanding of the musculoskeletal and neurological systems. Her understanding of complex body mechanics proves helpful in assessment of employees who have physically demanding jobs. She completed PA school through the University of Washington MEDEX Northwest program in August 2016. Prior to joining the team at UCMC, she worked for 1.5 years for a local neurosurgery practice. She is a lifelong Alaskan who enjoys the many outdoor activities the state has to offer year-round
Laura Bailey, RMA
Laura joined the Work Care of Alaska team in 2015. She is certified by the council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation in Audiometry and is certified in Spirometry by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. Laura's attention to detail ensures the accuracy of our results, guaranteeing enhanced levels of work safety. Outside the office, she can be found spending time with her husband and three children, exploring the vast wilderness Alaska offers, and taking part in local fishing competitions.