Saint Alphonsus Ontario welcomes new doctor

By Pat Caldwell
The Enterprise
ONTARIO — Daisy Miller is right where she wants to be.
The newest family practice and obstetrics physician at Saint Alphonsus Medical Center in Ontario said she chose the local area because of her rural heritage.
“I’m a farm kid. I like small towns. It is what I know. I wanted to serve a community like where I grew up,” said Miller.
Miller joined Saint Alphonsus in August after finishing her three-year residency in Evansville, Ind.
She discovered the Treasure Valley by accident.
“I came out to visit a friend that lives in Boise and I thought this is very similar to Colorado -- but without all the people,” said Miller.
Miller grew up just outside of Jewell, a small town in central Iowa with a population of about 1,000.
Another reason drew her to Saint Alphonsus.
“I wanted to go somewhere . . .