Three providers join UCHealth in northern Colorado

Experts specialize in cardiology, obstetrics, gynecology and managing chronic disease
July 30th, 2015
Dr. Jamie Stucker

Three new providers joined the University of Colorado Health team in northern Colorado in July.

Dr. Jamie Stucker joined the team of providers at UCHealth OB/Gyn, 1715 61st Ave., in Greeley.

She enjoys the variety that obstetrics and gynecology brings to every day, from counseling adolescents and obstetrics to taking care of the menopausal and postmenopausal patients.

“I always knew that I wanted to help people. Obstetrics and gynecology gives me the opportunity to be a part of my patient’s life for her whole life. And the opportunity to make a difference during the most vulnerable as well as happiest times,” she said.

She earned a medical degree from University of Colorado School of Medicine in Aurora. She also completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Scott and White Memorial Hospital in Temple, Texas, through Texas A&M Health Science Center.

Nurse practitioner Shanna Keele

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Stucker or for more information about services offered at UCHealth OB/Gyn in Greeley, call 970.336.1500.

Nurse practitioner Shanna Keele recently joined the team at UCHealth Heart Center and will be caring for patients in Fort Collins, Loveland and Fort Morgan.

Keele believes that respect, clear communication and compassion are the essential components of quality care that she aims to provide. She is especially interested in patient education.

Keele earned a master’s degree in nursing from the University of Utah and a Ph.D. from University of Nevada-Las Vegas.

Nurse practitioner Katrina “Katie” Plassmeyer

For more information about UCHealth Heart Center, call 970.221.1000.

Nurse practitioner Katrina “Katie” Plassmeyer is the newest addition at UCHealth’s Timberline Medical in Estes Park.

In her new role as a nurse practitioner at the clinic, she helps people with chronic conditions – everything from diabetes and high blood pressure to high cholesterol and migraines – to get the knowledge, tools and support they need to get well and stay well.

“I want to empower my patients to be engaged in their treatment plan and to be active participants in improving or maintaining good health,” Plassmeyer said. “I have been working with high risk patients with chronic conditions at Timberline Medical for the past year, and I especially love watching those patients get a better grasp on their conditions and make changes in their lifestyle that impacts their health.”

Plassmeyer earned a master’s degree and bachelor’s degree in nursing from Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho.

For more information about the chronic disease management services at Timberline Medical, call 970.586.2343.


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UCHealth is an innovative, nonprofit health system that delivers the highest quality medical care with an excellent patient experience. With 24,000 employees, UCHealth includes 12 acute-care full-service hospitals and hundreds of physicians across Colorado, southern Wyoming and western Nebraska. With University of Colorado Hospital on the Anschutz Medical Campus as its academic anchor and the only adult academic medical center in the region, UCHealth pushes the boundaries of medicine, providing advanced treatments and clinical trials and improving health through innovation.