Teamwork is what makes modern health care successful. Whether it’s a tickle in your throat, or long-term management of your diabetes, care is best received when you need it. Dr. Daniel Zenk and Katy Milizio are both on the same team. Their focus is on providing you the best care possible. So if you see Dr. Zenk, or you see Katy Milizio, know that they are communicating, working together and bringing their best selves to give you your best experience.
Katy stresses preventive health as the key to healthy and happy patients. “I hope for a mutually honest and understanding relationship between my patients and myself, so we can agree with – and stick to – a plan of care that we are all comfortable with,” she says.
She is especially interested in helping patients work toward a healthy lifestyle, regular checkups and chronic disease management. As a former emergency medical technician, part of the reason she became a physician assistant is to help educate patients on how they can best prevent getting sick or injured.
She earned a master’s degree in physician assistant studies from SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, N.Y.
Additionally, Dr. Zenk and Katy welcome lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender patients and families into their practice. They offer health services to patients on an equal basis, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or marital status. Please contact their office if you have any questions.
Qualifications and experience
- Internal Medicine
- Languages spoken
Physician Assistant Studies
State University of New York Health Science Center at Syracuse (2016)
Elon University (2012)
- Clinical interest for patients
• Adult medicine
• Preventive medicine
• LGBTQ and transgender care
Rocky Mountain Health Plan
UCHealth Plan Administrators
United Healthcare Medicare Advantage/Secure Horizons