• 84th Ave Neighborhood Health Center

  • I was born and raised in a small lake town in Upstate New York.  I majored in biology at the University of Delaware Meganand minored in Spanish, studying abroad in Central and South America every chance I got.  I fell in love with Latin American cultures and graduated a semester early to study medical Spanish and volunteer in hospitals and a HIV/Tb clinic in Guatemala before returning to Syracuse, NY for med school.  Through wonderful travel experiences- afternoon pickup soccer games, vegetable markets, yoga classes, salsa dancing, and unexpected, unconditional host family love- I developed a deep respect for integrative mind and soul wellbeing and began to realize what truly makes my body healthy and heart content.  Additional medical interests include global health, public health, integrative medicine for the underserved, adolescent medicine and women’s health.  I love any and all activities outdoors, traveling, yoga, animals of all shapes and sizes, bouldering, Spanish, fresh veggies, and salsa dancing until my feet are black and blue!  I could not be more excited to work with all of the wonderful people at St. Anthony North!

    I am one of those infamous Colorado natives that you can spot in our SUV with our “Native” bumper sticker (OK, I Jilldon’t actually have the bumper sticker). I grew up in Littleton, went as far as Boulder for undergrad, and braved Parker for medical school— Colorado will forever be the backdrop to my story. Prior to medical school, I worked in the financial industry. After experiencing some personal health issues, I decided to pursue my dream of becoming a doctor. 

    I am a strong advocate for women’s healthcare and for healthcare reform. I believe that everyone has a right to quality healthcare, and it is my goal to help provide it. I was drawn to family medicine because of its diverse patient population and the long-term relationships that we can build with our patients. I also recognized the vast need for primary care physicians and the integral role we play in today’s healthcare. Outside of medicine, you can find me chasing around my toddler, practicing the art of making gumbo, or relaxing at home with my husband. My family and I are thrilled to continue our story here in Colorado at St. Anthony’s North. 

    Greetings! I am a native Georgian, growing up in the town of Lookout Mountain (GA not CO) near Chattanooga, TN Johnnestled in the Appalachian Mountains. I went to undergrad at the University of Georgia majoring in Spanish and Portuguese. After graduation I lived and worked in Buenos Aires, Argentina for a while and came back ready to fuse my passion for cultures and languages with medicine. As I finished my pre-med courses I was able to work as a Spanish interpreter at a hospital and free clinic in Athens, GA. I then attended the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta where, after realizing that I loved all aspects of medicine, I decided to go in to the practice that has it all and am thrilled to be practicing Family Medicine at St Anthony. My wife, 2-year-old daughter and I are so excited to have landed in Colorado with the beauty of the Rockies and family nearby. In our spare time you will find us brushing up on our rusty ski skills, running, biking and hiking.
  • Orchard Neighborhood Health Center (144th Ave)

  • I was born in Dayton, Ohio but moved to beautiful Westminster, Colorado when I was still a toddler. During high Kylieschool, my family moved to Knoxville, Tennessee where I stayed throughout college and medical school. I received my bachelor’s degree from Maryville College: a small, liberal arts school in east Tennessee. During that time, I met my wonderful husband and shortly thereafter we adopted two dogs. After graduation, I immediately started my medical education at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center on the western side of the state in Memphis, Tennessee. I discovered my love for primary care during my third year of medical school, mainly because of the continuity and focus on preventative care for the whole family. With my free time, I enjoy running, reading, experimenting with new recipes, playing with my 2 dogs, enjoying the outdoors with my husband, and finding new restaurants to try. I am beyond excited to continue my training at St. Anthony North in the city where I was raised!
    Having moved about every four years my entire life, I am very excited to set up shop in Colorado with no plans toTyler leave. It's been part of the plan since my first vacation to Estes Park when I was 3. Something about the combination of John Denver on the car stereo and the smell of Pinyon pine through the rolled down windows still gets me. A week after graduating college on the East Coast, I packed my car and drove to Northern California to work at the MIND Institute, a multidisciplinary center devoted to Autism research. I was an early interventional therapist, and spent my days working with toddlers as young as 15 months. After three years of mountain biking and skiing the Sierras, I moved to Chicago for medical school and my first truly urban living experience. During medical school I was awarded a fellowship in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, which gave me an extra year to learn this invaluable therapeutic skill from some incredible mentors as well as teach the younger classes of medical students. Now I have packed up  and headed West once again to continue my education in Family Medicine. I could not ask for a better group of residents and faculty to learn from and I'm so happy to finally call Colorado home.
    I was born in Denver but have moved around quite a bit over the years.  No matter where I travel to, I always end upSandra coming back to colorful Colorado!  I went to Colorado State University for undergrad where I majored in Biology and worked lots of odd jobs, from researching tomato plants to being a resident assistant and consulting in the writing center.  After graduating, I spent time traveling, backpacking from Azerbaijan to Turkey, as well as working as a nurse assistant.  I completed medical school in Parker, at Rocky Vista University, with an emphasis in global and underserved medicine.  I have a passion for serving refugee populations and working internationally.  Outside of medicine, I love reading (from J.K. Rowling to Hardy to Austen), watching movies, traveling, and trying out new recipes I’ve seen on the Food Network!  I’m absolutely thrilled to continue my training at St Anthony North with such a wonderful group of people!
    Victor Kang, MDI was born in San Francisco, and grew up in the Bay Area, and went to UC Berkeley for undergraduate studies. I attended Saint Louis University for medical school, and did 2 years of anesthesiology residency afterwards, but realized that anesthesia was not for me. I greatly missed the patient interaction, and day to day patient care that happens in family medicine. So I decided to transfer into family medicine, and I am very excited to be able to join St. Anthony Family Medicine Residency in Colorado. Outside of my work, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, and hope to explore the beautiful Colorado mountains while I am here.
    I am fortunate to call Summit County, Colorado my home. Growing up in the heart of the Rocky Mountains bred a Juliepassion for everything outdoors from a young age. To this day I use my free time to snowboard, hike, fly fish, bike, camp- you name it. In order to maintain those hobbies, I attended the University of Colorado at Boulder and received a degree in Molecular Biology. During my time there I met my husband, Sean, who also happened to grow up in the mountains of CO. After undergrad, we moved back up to the mountains to be ski bums while I applied to Osteopathic medical schools. Luckily I was able to stay here in CO for medical school at Rocky Vista University. While juggling the rotations of 3rd year, Sean and I tied the knot. Since then we have been living in Denver with our crazy Labrador retriever, Layla. When we aren't riding our bikes or snowboards, we like to grill out, garden and attempt to teach Layla better manners. I know I speak for all 3 of us in saying how exited we are to be in the St. Anthony family!
    I grew up playing sports right here in beautiful Colorado and continue to love watching all the teams here. Go BroncosKatie and Avs! As a Colorado native, I was lucky enough to get to complete my undergraduate degree at the University of Denver and continue on at Rocky Vista University for my degree of Osteopathic Medicine. My new husband, Ryan, and I were thrilled to get to be a part of the St. Anthony North team and start our new life with our mini goldendoodle puppy, Minion. I am especially interested in integrative medicine, sports medicine and preventative medicine. With my free time I love spending time with my family, going to movies and concerts, and running half marathons.
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