Britney Holbrook MS, RD
After completing her Master’s degree and Dietetic Internship through Oklahoma State University, Britney returned to Colorado and started her nutrition career with Banner Health in Northern Colorado in 2015, providing Dietitian support to Inpatient, Cardiac Rehab, and Outpatient Wellness. She then transitioned to a position within the Centura Health system on an as-needed basis at St. Anthony North Health Campus. She then obtained a full time position at Longmont United Hospital. For almost 5 years there, Britney provided inpatient nutrition coverage for ICU, Telemetry, Med Surg, Ortho, Oncology, and inpatient rehab. She also provided nutrition counseling to outpatient oncology at their radiation center, as well as nutrition classes and counseling for Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab patients.
Britney relocated to the Western Slope in 2021 for her Clinical Dietitian role in Med Surg with Grand River Health and the Changing Lifestyles Department.
- Colorado State University – Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Food Science, Dietetics concentration
- Oklahoma State University – Masters of Science in Nutritional Science
- Oklahoma State University Dietetic Internship
Cara Munson, RDN, IBCLC
Changing Lifestyles Director
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, International Board Certified
Brigham Young University Bachelor of Science in Dietetics
Utah State University Dietetic Internship
Drew Anne Schelling, RDN, CLC
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Certified Lactation Consultant
Colorado State University Bachelor of Science in Dietetics
Iowa State University Dietetic Internship
Jenna Collinge, BS, CLC
Nutrition Assistant, Certified Lactation Consultant.
University of Northern Colorado Bachelor of Science in Dietetics
Jenna is a Certified Lactation Consultant (CLC) and has a bachelor’s degree in dietetics. She has been working in lactation since 2016. She is a mother of 2 that provided her with over 2 years of personal breast feeding experience. Jenna enjoys helping families learn to breastfeed.
Keri Glassmire, BSN, RN, CDCES
- 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.
Maria Rubio, RN, CDCES
Colorado Mountain College
Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing
Sabina Cotter MS, RDN, CDCES
- Texas A&M University BS in Animal Science MS in Nutrition
- Yale University Hospital Dietetic Internship
Stephanie Nick RDN, CLC
- Metro State University of Denver, Bachelors of Science in Dietetics
- University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Dietetic Internship
Stephanie is originally from the Denver Metro area, she moved to the western slope to start her career in dietetics at Garfield County Public Health. She worked as a dietitian there for 4 years offering cooking classes, breastfeeding support, maternal and child health policy work and as a WIC high risk counselor. She starting working full time at Grand River in 2022 to gain more clinical experience covering Med/Surg and outpatient nutrition counseling within Changing Lifestyles and the metabolic clinic. She loves working with patients one-on-one and empowering them to make changes that fit their lifestyle.
For those who need help staying on track or who have just been diagnosed.
Grand River Health works in collaboration with the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes and offers a Pediatric Telehealth Clinic the second Friday of every month in the Changing Lifestyles Department. To schedule an appointment call (303) 724-1082.
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.
Baby & Me
Every Wednesday at 10 a.m. (Online only)
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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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We do phone consultations and are available by phone at 970-625-6432. For additional information, click here.
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