Riding the Waves of Change

Things in life sometimes change, often without anything being broken, failing, or faulty. Like a strong ocean wave, change can be thrust upon us – knock us around, causing skinned knees from the sand. We get back up and dive ...

Volunteers at Doctors Care – Creating Our Future Together

I received a wonderful gift at year’s end, a book called 365 Ideas for Recruiting, Retaining Motivating, and Rewarding Your Volunteers, by Sunny Fader. I wish I had written it because the message supports the value I know volunteers bring ...

What Do Santa and the Elves Look Like?

I have come to realize that Santa comes in all shapes and sizes. Over the years the definition of Santa seems to have evolved from “jolly old soul” to “giver of gifts and wishes, kindness and love”. This year Dr. ...

I was once served! Now I have served!

Mirabel, a Family Nurse Practitioner student at Regis University, recently wrapped up three months of student training at Doctors Care. By shadowing providers in the clinic, she was able to gain hands-on training in patient care. Just seven years ago, ...

A Forever Friendship

If I were with you now, I would tell you that I lost a very good friend recently. Her name is Ann Brackett, and she and her story are very special to me. My office at Doctors Care is named ...

Strength in Collaboration

We at Doctors Care are grateful for the many collaborative relationships we have with like-minded and like-hearted organizations in our community. One of those organizations, The Denver Seminary, has been a friend to Doctors Care for many years. As part ...