Gary Richmond, NP-C


University of California, San Francisco



Board Certification

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners







About me

I believe in trust-based patient engagement, clear, compassionate communication and a team-first approach to care. When my younger brother was diagnosed with autism, I realized how someone’s life could quickly change with a new health diagnosis. It helped me form the belief that during a difficult time, what matters most is how you respond.

When people need medical care, access to resources is vital to their quality of life and happiness. Being a provider and a resource gives me the opportunity to ask patients what matters most and help them accomplish their goals.

During my free time, I enjoy reading, listening to music (rock, country, pop), hiking with the company of my loved ones, and appreciating the beauties that surround us.  

What their patients are saying:
Gary was very professional and very warm as well. He was very sensitive to my mom’s needs (adjusted to her difficulty hearing). The elder care orientation is excellent.
When he showed up he was very gentle and nice. He asked me questions and started taking my vital signs, etc. I was very happpy, every thing he checked with me was normal. There is nothing I can say, but he knows what he is doing.