Three new providers have joined the UCHealth team in northern Colorado this month.
Dr. Kathleen Neal, an obstetrics and gynecology specialist, is caring for patients at UCHealth OB/GYN, 1715 61st Ave. in Greeley.
She chose to join UCHealth so she could focus on her job and taking care of her patients instead of getting involved in the administrative side of the medicine. “I also enjoy a larger clinic practice because there is better access to a variety of providers and other resources.”
Dr. Neal earned a medical degree from University of Utah. She also completed a combined internship and residency program in obstetrics and gynecology at University Hospitals of Cleveland/Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospitals.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Neal, call 970-336-1500.
Carla Garcia, a nurse practitioner who specializes in urgent care and emergency medicine, recently joined the team at UCHealth Urgent Care, 1900 16th St. in Greeley.
She is particularly interested in rural health, cardiology and emergency medicine.
Garcia earned a master of science in nursing degree from Colorado State University in Pueblo and worked as an emergency room nurse at Denver Health Hospital for eight years.
For more information about UCHealth Urgent Care, call 970-350-2454.
Becky Rose, a nurse practitioner specializing in pulmonology, is now caring for patients at Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland and Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins as well as UCHealth Pulmonology’s locations at 2121 E. Harmony Road, Suite 300, in Fort Collins and in the South Medical Office Building at 2500 Rocky Mountain Ave., Suite 300, in Loveland.
Her clinical interests include sepsis, lung cancer and health promotion.
Rose earned an acute care nurse practitioner degree for adult-geriatric care from Vanderbilt School of Nursing in Nashville.
To schedule an appointment with Rose at the Loveland clinic, call 970-619-6190.
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