Baby and Me
Baby and Me
Wednesdays at 10 am in Changing Lifestyles Conference Room Join Changing Lifestyles at Grand River Health and their Baby and Me Group on Wednesdays at 10 am. Caregivers of babies […]
When asked what drew her to medicine in a rural community, Dr. Peotter says, “Living in a small community affords me the luxury of getting to know my patients outside of the work environment. Community service has always been a huge part of my life. I love getting to know my community and patients through my community involvement. It’s so much more personal than in a more urban area”
What does Dr. Peotter look forward to most at Grand River Health? “I am looking forward to building my new practice here from the ground up and immersing myself in this community. I cannot tell you how excited I am to be here”. Peotter adds “Grand River is very progressive and very preventative. They encourage routine care and checks ups for their patients, and really look out for them, focusing on their health, from the beginning, helping to prevent chronic illnesses before they start. That is a true community hospital.”
Everything regarding the foot and ankle… from skin and nail conditions, to fractures, arthritis issues, wounds and preventative care for diabetics…even orthotics to help our active population, stay active!
Dr Peotter also sees patients at Grand River Health Clinic West in Battlement Mesa Tuesday mornings.