Four new providers joined the UCHealth team in northern Colorado in September.
Dr. Sunil S. Jani has joined the team of providers at UCHealth Longmont Clinic, 1925 W. Mountain View Ave.
He specializes in orthopedic surgery and strives to get patients back to enjoying healthy and active lives as quickly as possible.
“As an orthopedic surgeon, I get to work with passionate patients that include athletes of all ages, performers, artists, weekend-warriors, working professionals and seniors. It is extremely rewarding to learn about each of my patient’s issues and goals and then to join them in formulating a plan to help them move past their pain and regain their function,” he said. “Sometimes my patients need to get back to their world tour. Sometimes they need to get back to their walks in the park. Whatever the goal, I recognize the importance, and it is a privilege to help the patient achieve it.”
Jani’s clinical interests include sports medicine, knee disorders, shoulder and elbow issues, cartilage restoration, joint preservation, joint replacements and orthopedic trauma.
He earned a medical degree from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. He completed a residency in orthopedic surgery at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and a fellowship in orthopedic sports medicine at Taos Orthopaedic Institute in Taos, N.M.
To schedule an appointment or for more information about services offered at UCHealth Longmont Clinic, call 720.494.3132.
Physician assistant Kelly Calero has joined the team at UCHealth Heart Center, South Medical Office Building, 2500 Rocky Mountain Ave. in Loveland.
Her goal is to empower the patient and family with education about their diagnosis and the treatment plan.
“I believe in setting short-term and long-term goals for patients during their path to recovery and celebrating the achievement of each goal along the way,” she said.
Calero has experience working in trauma and general surgery. She earned a master’s degree in physician assistant studies from Marquette University, where she graduated cum laude. For more about services offered at UCHealth Heart Center, call 970.221.1000.
She has dedicated her career to delivering compassionate health care. From a nursing assistant to a nurse, to a specialized cardiac nurse, and then followed by an independent nurse practitioner, Beckmann has been able to see all aspects of care delivery and has incorporated her experiences into a friendly, science-based practice of medicine. Her care philosophy is to provide care that she would want for herself or her family.
She was raised by her grandmother, who was a director of nursing and hospital administrator. “She stressed to me the importance of being there for the patients and family during difficult times while providing the best care possible,” Beckmann said.
She earned a degree from University of Northern Colorado, where she was part of the family nurse practitioner program. She is board certified in family medicine and cardiac medicine.
For more information about the UCHealth Urgent Care, call 970.350.2454.
Oncology-certified family nurse practitioner Audrey Rush has joined the team of providers at UCHealth Cancer Care and Hematology in Greeley and Loveland as well as at Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland.
She aims to aims to know her cancer patients individually and tailor the supportive care that she provides while assisting them through their cancer journey. “Cancer and blood disorder diagnosis can be scary enough,” she said.
She earned a master’s degree in the family nurse practitioner program at Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho.
For more information about services offered at UCHealth Cancer Care and Hematology, call 970.237.7700.
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