Our Team

Thomas Lally

Thomas Lally, MD, Chief Medical Officer

Care Philosophy

I’ve dedicated myself to providing the highest quality care to the homebound.

Education

University of Illinois at Chicago

 


Danielle Anderson

Danielle Anderson, MD

Care Philosophy

My goal is to help my patients and their advocates understand the medical challenges they face and guide them to make decisions based on their personal values and goals. It is an honor to provide this kind of care in the home.

Education

Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Fort Collins Family Medicine Residency Program

 


Jacqueline Bellowe, MD

Care Philosophy

Being a house call doctor is the epitome of patient-centered care. I love being able to tell my patients and their families that we will not abandon them at this most difficult time in life. It is deeply satisfying to advocate for my patients when they can no longer advocate for themselves, and to teach their families about respecting end of life as a matter of fact—it’s a part of life's journey where goals must be addressed and not avoided.  

 


Robert McClay

Robert McClay, MD

Care Philosophy

Proverbs 3:27:  "Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due, when it is in your power to act."

Education

Bachelor of Science, Texas A&M
Medical Degree, University of Texas Southwestern
University of Colorado, Internal Medicine Program

 


Mary Beth Gruen

Melissa Beth Gruen, MD, JD, FCLM

Care Philosophy

I commit myself to delivering quality care with integrity and dignity. I understand and respect that my patients have a voice and deserve to be heard. I balance the medical conditions of my patients with their own personal goals, and ultimately, strive to keep my patients happy, healthy, independent and hospital free.

Education

Medical Degree, St. George’s University School of Medicine Juris Doctor Degree, Fordham University School of Law

 


Linda Blust

Linda Blust, MD

Care Philosophy

I strive to form compassionate relationships with patients and their families based upon honesty and trust.  Together we can make a plan of care that reflects the patient's values and goals.

Education

Medical Degree, Medical College of Wisconsin

 


Richard_WangRichard Wang, MD

Care Philosophy

I strive to guide my patients through the aging process in order to have the highest quality of life possible.

Education

Internal Medicine Residency, University of New Mexico in Albuquerque 

 


Cheryl_Meyers-SaffoldCheryl Meyers-Saffold, MD

Care Philosophy

My philosophy of care is to treat each individual patient to the best of my ability, always with compassion and respect. I encourage open communication with patients and families and embrace a collaborative approach to patient care.

 


Knape

Jessica Knape, MD

Care Philosophy

I strive to blend the best of western medicine with time honored traditional healing approaches. I find I am most effective at achieving happy and healthy patients when I integrate cutting edge technology and science with lifestyle medicine and palliative care approaches.

Master’s in Education, Stanford University
Medical Degree, University of California
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Internship in Internal Medicine, University of Colorado, Denver

Certifications

Dual board certified, Internal Medicine and Integrative Medicine

 


Michael Green

Michael Green, DO

Care Philosophy

My goal is to provide quality health care that the patient and family are actively able to participate in. For me, medicine is not a job but a "calling" or "mission." It is my way of contributing to the lives of others. Through my work, I receive more than I give. I am constantly striving to learn and hone my skills to fit the needs of my patients.

 


Megan Graeser

Megan Graeser, DNP, GNP-BC

Care Philosophy

My goal is to provide high quality medical care in my patient’s home, while respecting their health goals and needs.  I try to focus my care plan to the patient’s individual situation to optimize physical function and quality of life.  

Education

Master’s Degree, Geriatric Nurse Practitioner, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center; and Doctorate of Nursing Practice, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center

 


Viktoria Lindberg

Viktoria Lindberg, FNP-BC

Care Philosophy

I strive to treat my patients with the same degree of care, compassion, sound judgment and open communication that I would want a medical provider to use in treating me or one of my family members.

Education

Master’s Degree, Samuel Merritt University in California

 


Camille Triebel

Camille Triebel, ANP-BC

Care Philosophy

I believe in a holistic, patient-centered approach to primary care. I thrive on working closely with patients and their families to ensure their goals and needs are being met.

Education

Master of Science in Nursing, University of Tampa

Certifications

Board-Certified Adult Nurse Practitioner

 


Jen Knodle

Jen Knodle, NP-C

Care Philosophy

I see each of my patients as a unique, whole person with physical, emotional and spiritual needs. My goal is to support them in living the highest quality of life possible and helping them to preserve the highest degree of independence and dignity.

Education

Master’s in Nursing, University of Colorado

 


Elliot Good

Elliot Good, AGNP-BC

Care Philosophy

My care philosophy is based on meeting my patients' needs using a compassionate, caring and holistic approach.  I strive to incorporate the most up-to-date, evidenced-based approach to care.  I am a firm believer in mutual decision making between patients, families and healthcare providers. I know from experience that outcomes are optimized when patients and families are active participants in establishing their goals of care.

Education

Master’s Degree, Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner, University of Colorado

 


TeriAnn Porter

TeriAnn Porter, FNP-BC

Care Philosophy

I believe in creating a safe, empathic and transparent environment which places patient and family care at the center. I strive to meet patients and families where they are, listen to their quality of life vision and recommend interventions consistent with their idea of quality of life. Most of all, giving the best of my ability to every patient.

Education

Masters of Science, University of Colorado Health Sciences Bachelor of Science, Nursing, University of Colorado Health Sciences
Bachelor of Science, Psychology, University of North Dakota

Certifications

Dual certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner, Advanced Care Hospice and Palliative Nurse

 


Laura Van Alstyne

Laura Van Alstyne, NP-C

Care Philosophy

My goal is to improve the health and quality of life of my patients through compassionate care. I strive to give my patients the level of care I would expect for my own family.

Education

Master’s Degree, University of Colorado

 


Daniel Costello

Daniel Costello, PA-C

Care Philosophy

I strive to be an advocate for all patients and families who need support navigating complicated medical decisions.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University of New Mexico School of Medicine
Bachelor of Arts, Fort Lewis College

 


Jeanne Burnkrant

Jeanne Burnkrant, AGNP-BC

Care Philosophy

I strive to maintain or improve my patient’s health, help meet their goals and strive to offer the very best medical care I can provide.

Education

Master of Science in Clinical Leadership, George Washington University
Master of Science in Primary Care in Adult and Geriatric Nursing, University of Colorado
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Regis University

 


Michelle Jenkins

Michelle Jenkins, PA-C

Care Philosophy

I view my patients as a second family and strive to provide the highest level of care to them.

Education

Physician Assistant Program, Butler University

 


Angela Polson

Angela Polson, FNP-C

Care Philosophy

I believe in establishing relationships with my patients that promote health and encourage the patient to be actively involved in their plan of care. Providing education is vital in assuring patients have all of the relevant information to make the best decisions related to their health.

Education

Master of Science in Nursing, University of Colorado

 


Casey_RichardsCasey Richards, NP

Care Philosophy

My goal is to provide family-centered care that is focused on increasing quality of life and patient safety by using evidence-based practice. I embrace my patients' wishes by listening to them and empathizing. All the while, I work to ensure all patients receive optimal care. 

 


Tiffany Wynohradnyk, NP

Care Philosophy

My goal is to be an advocate for my patients. To provide care that is evidence-based for the best outcomes for safety, health and comfort all while honoring and respecting the goals of the resident and their family.

 


Leah_JonesLeah Jones, NP

Care Philosophy

Situations in healthcare can be very complex, and I always do my best to provide high quality care that is in alignment with the wishes of the patient and their family. My goal is to advocate for, empower, and support patients.