TriState Family Practice, Lewiston, welcomes
new family practice provider Zachary Ripley, DO, in July. He has practiced with Catalyst Medical Group,
at Valley Medical Center, in Lewiston, Idaho for the past five years.
Zachary Ripley, DO, received his Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences from the University of Nevada
in 2009, and his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from the Western University of Health Sciences College
of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific Northwest in Lebanon, Oregon, in 2015. He served as the Chief
Resident of the Family Medicine Program at Texoma Medical Center in Denison, Texas, from 2017 to

  1. After completing his postgraduate training, Dr. Ripley spent some time at the Care Now Urgent
    Care in Coppell, Texas, and then settled in Lewiston, Idaho. Dr. Ripley is invested in the health of our
    community and is dedicated to delivering compassionate and comprehensive healthcare services to the
    Lewis-Clark Valley.
    “I chose family medicine as a specialty to develop an ongoing relationship with my patients and their
    families,” said Dr. Ripley. “I get to provide care that encompasses all aspects of medicine.”
    TriState Family Practice, Lewiston, offers primary and family-centered care, including annual wellness
    exams, immunizations, and more. To establish care or fill out a New Patient Form, click here or

About TriState Health
TriState Health is a not-for-profit, community owned and operated, critical access, accredited acute care
facility located on 11 acres in Clarkston, Washington since 1955. Serving an 8-county region in
Washington, Idaho, and Oregon, TriState Health continues to receive awards for excellent service to the
community such as “ 2023 Best of the Inland Northwest,” “2023 Population Health Pioneer Award,
“2022 Best of the West Hospital,” “2021 Most Wired,” and “NOSORH Performance Leadership Award.”
As the largest employer in Asotin County, TriState Health remains committed to their mission of caring
for community and ensuring, “Your Health Is Our First Priority.”