New Pueblo Medicine History

In 1969, Dr. Arthur Goldberg and Dr. Morton Fuchs, opened the doors to their internal medicine practice near the intersection of Grant and Craycroft Roads. Back then, Tucson had just 250,000 residents and was affectionately called the Old Pueblo, a name that continues today. The sleepy city was big on Southwestern charm and about to enter one of the biggest growth periods in its long history. Dr. Goldberg’s internal medicine practice grew quickly too, drawing residents from all parts of Tucson, including the emerging neighborhoods being built in the Catalina Foothills.

In 1975, Dr. Jeffrey Selwyn, who just completed his internal medicine residency program at Tucson Medical Center,  joined Dr. Goldberg in the practice. Theirs was a partnership that would last until 2005 when Dr. Goldberg retired. The two physicians shared a lifelong interest in integrating prevention and wellness with excellent clinical care. They successfully developed the practice into the largest private internal medicine group in Southern Arizona. In 1978 Internal Medicine Associates relocated to offices near Grant and Swan Roads before moving in 1991 to its present location at 6365 E. Tanque Verde Rd, just north of Pima Street. The practice adopted the name New Pueblo Medicine in 2006 to reflect its Tucson roots and its commitment to cutting-edge patient care. In December of 2013, Dr. Selwyn retired and Dr. Patrick Noonan joined the practice.

Today, New Pueblo Medicine has seven board-certified internal medicine physicians, a certified nurse-practitioner and a dedicated team of additional health professionals. An on-site laboratory facility, anticoagulation clinic, diabetes management, traveler's clinic, urgent care services, on-site Pharmacist and counseling services ensure that our patients have convenient access to a wide range of  health services and programs.

At New Pueblo Medicine, we work hard to earn the privilege of being Your Physician Team for Life!