Meet Our Providers
Juneau Urgent and Family Care provides primary care services to residents of Juneau, Alaska, as well as urgent care for residents and visitors to the area. Our dedicated providers are proud to bring affordable and accessible care to southeast Alaska.
Norvin Perez, MD
Board Certified in Emergency Medicine
Dr. Perez completed his studies at Tulane University and Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Afterwards, he placed his training on hold and completed a Wound Healing Research Fellowship at the Brigham & Women's Hospital at Harvard University. He trained in Emergency Medicine at the Albert Einstein Program at Long Island Jewish Hospital. During his residency Dr. Perez attended the internationally renowned Gorgas Course of Tropical & Travel medicine in Lima, Peru. Upon completion of his residency, Dr. Perez became an Associate Professor of Columbia University while working at Harlem Hospital. From there Dr. Perez worked as an Emergency Room Director at the West Hudson Hospital in Kearney NJ, which is part of the 2nd largest hospital system in the US called Saint Barnabas Medical Health System. From there, he participated as part of the hospital leadership team in addition to system wide corporate meetings. During his directorship he supervised the volunteer ambulance system and developed an occupational medicine department. Soon after he left his directorship Dr. Perez moved to Juneau Alaska to practice at Juneau Urgent and Family Care. Dr. Perez developed a hybrid health care model were both urgent care and primary care can successfully co-exist and provide quality care to both types of patients. One of Dr. Perez's proudest achievement has been his community outreach which he has participated or helped organized since his days in college which has spanned the entire gamut from giving lectures to leading community organizations.
Robert Warren Haight, MD
Board Certified in Family Medicine
Dr. Haight was born and raised in Juneau and has lived here for most of his life. He graduated from JDHS in 1986, the University of New Mexico in 1990 (Biology major, history minor), and the University of Washington School of Medicine in 1995. Upon completing residency in Family Medicine in Erie, Pennsylvania in 1998, he spent 2 years working in Barrow, Alaska, where he was the medical director of the hospital. Dr. Haight returned to Juneau in 2000 and spent 8 years in solo practice and another 8 years doing urgent and primary care at Juneau Urgent and Family Care. He was also the medical director of Capital City Fire and Rescue for 6 years. He is married to Victoria Haight and they have two daughters, Sammy and Ruchi. In addition to primary and urgent care, he is interested in disease prevention. His hobbies include local history, and exploring the Juneau area by foot and boat.