Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, International Board Certified
Brigham Young University Bachelor of Science in Dietetics
Utah State University Dietetic Internship
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Certified Lactation Consultant
Colorado State University Bachelor of Science in Dietetics
Iowa State University Dietetic Internship
- University of Northern Colorado in Greeley in 2002, with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree.
I have worked in multiple areas of nursing, including: Telemetry, ICU, CCU, Medical/Surgical, ER and Nursing/Diabetes Education.
Starting my nursing career at Porter Hospital in Denver on the post-transplant and cardiac care unit. I then worked at Longmont United Hospital in the ICU before moving back to the Western Slope working at St. Mary’s Hospital on the telemetry unit. Wanting more, I then transitioned to the ICU and Coronary Care Unit. I started working at Grand River Hospital on an as needed basis in 2005 in the Med/Surg department. In 2007 I was able to transition into a full time position in the Emergency Room, where I worked for 12 years. Most recently, in the Spring of 2019, I got an amazing opportunity to explore more of the education aspect of nursing, working as a Nurse/Diabetes Educator in the Changing Life Styles Department. I have made many community contacts and feel accomplished in my field. One of the many reasons I enjoy nursing is that it allows you to always explore and expand your knowledge. Making a difference in just one person’s day is the reason I continue to do my job.
Colorado Mountain College
Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey School of Health Related Professions
Bachelor’s of Science in Health Sciences
Thomas Edison State College
Grand River Health is working to contribute to Governor John Hickenlooper’s goal of making Colorado “the healthiest state” and reducing obesity by participating in the Colorado Healthy Hospital Compact (CHHC). With the CHHC, hospitals achieve higher levels of recognition by offering more healthy food and beverage options and heavily promoting those options through signage and discounts.
Grand River Health is currently at Gold level status.
As part of the CHHC, the Grand River Café includes a stoplight system to guide healthy food choices. Based on the CHHC criteria, food items are labeled with a red, yellow or green dot or with salad tongs in red, yellow or green.
- Red indicates foods we should eat rarely
- Yellow indicates foods we should eat sometimes
- Green indicates foods we should eat often
For those who need help staying on track or who have just been diagnosed.
A year-long group program providing guidance on healthy eating, physical activity and stress management. For additional information, click here.
Meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 5:30-7 p.m. at Changing Lifestyles in Rifle.
A free 6-week course teaching how to prepare and shop for healthy, low-cost meals. For more information call 970-625-6432
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501 Airport Road, Rifle, Colorado 81650
Seeing patients at Clinic West at 201 Sipprelle Drive in Battlement Mesa on Tuesdays by appointment.
For more information and scheduling, call 970-625-6200