UCHealth Cardiology clinic adds new provider in Fort Collins

Stacy Cabbage joins cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery clinic in Fort Collins.
April 29, 2014
Stacy Cabbage

Contact: Kim Vecchio, [email protected], 970.237.7113

UCHealth welcomes nurse practitioner Stacy Cabbage to the Cardiology and Cardiothoracic Surgery clinic in Fort Collins.

Cabbage joins one of the largest cardiovascular programs in the state. She has 14 years of experience as a critical care nurse and focuses on treating the whole person.

“I really enjoy working with and meeting new people,” said Cabbage. “Listening to my patients and their families, and understanding their wants and needs, allows me to provide the best care possible.”

Cabbage joins the team of certified physician assistants Dawn Eeten and Emily Leibow, certified nurse practitioners Jennifer Hill, Annaliese Jordan, Cynthia McCumbers and Robert Schultz, and 22 board-certified cardiologists who serve patients throughout northern Colorado, southern Wyoming and Nebraska. Cabbage joined the cardiology clinic Monday in Fort Collins at 2121 E. Harmony Road, Suite 100.

She is a certified nurse practitioner and earned her degree from the University of Northern Colorado. Prior to joining UCHealth, Cabbage worked as a nurse practitioner at the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center.

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