Pueblo Care Team Members

InnovAge Colorado PACE

Center Director

There is nothing more important than ensuring our seniors are safe and cared for, specifically for those who no longer have a voice. PACE is such an incredible program, ensuring that healthcare and wellness is achievable for all seniors.

Kelly Keeler became center director at the Pueblo PACE Center in 2015. Prior to joining InnovAge, Kelly worked extensively in assisted living facilities, focusing on areas including memory care, operations and training. Kelly volunteers with the Alzheimer’s Association and the Humane Society. She earned her bachelor’s degree in healthcare management and a master’s degree in health services administration from DeVry University.

Each InnovAge participant has a team of medical experts dedicated to providing personalized healthcare. Kelly is a member of our coordinated healthcare team for InnovAge Colorado PACE. 
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Regional Medical Officer – Central Region

I saw my mother care for her mother for more than 15 years after a traumatic brain injury, and I watched my father care for his mother as she declined from dementia. They were clearly labors of love – and Herculean labors in their own right. Spending my career at a place that tries to help seniors and families get the help they need is a tremendous honor. 

Dr. Mark Learned most recently served as vice president of Colorado Permanente Medical Group. He earned his medical degree at the University of Washington School of Medicine and his medical residency at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. 

Mark has practiced as a primary care internal medicine physician for over eight years. He has experience as a medical director for Medicaid and charitable programs, with extensive experience in primary care, urgent care, behavioral health, and broad-ranging experiences in leadership at multiple levels of primary care operations, quality, and government relations. 
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It is a privilege to help change lives and restore hope, health and happiness. My approach to care is best summed up by a quote from Jim Rohn, ‘Life does not get better by chance; it gets better by change.

Alicia earned her nursing degrees from the University of South Alabama. She is board certified as a family nurse practitioner and an adult-gerontology acute care nurse practitioner.

Prior to joining InnovAge, she worked at an urgent care center in Colorado Springs. She has experience working in many clinic and hospital settings. Alicia began her career as a Certified Nursing Assistant. She continued to advance her education and experience to achieve master’s degrees in nursing.

Alicia states she is a proud Special Forces Army wife. She has four children and two cats. Before coming to Colorado, she lived in Kansas, Missouri, North Carolina, Utah, and Arizona. Her adventures include cage-free shark diving and bungee jumping into a deep gorge without a safety net.

Each InnovAge participant has a team of medical experts dedicated to providing personalized healthcare. Alicia is a member of our coordinated healthcare team for InnovAge Colorado PACE. 
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Center Medical Director

I strive to provide quality and preventive healthcare for our participants.  I enjoy being their advocate and helping them meet their healthcare goals.

Dr. Dietz earned his Bachelor of Science and his Medical Degree from the University of Iowa. He is a Fellow in the American Academy of Family Practitioners. Dr. Dietz completed a family medicine residency at Cedar Rapids Family Medicine Foundation in Iowa. He is board certified in Family Medicine.

Prior to joining InnovAge, he worked for UC Health in Falcon, CO. He has also served as the medical director for a skilled nursing facility and a hospice program.

Dr. Dietz and his wife are from Iowa. They enjoy spending time in Colorado’s mountains. They ski in winter, hike in summer and ride their Harley-Davidson motorcycle. Dr. Dietz has two cats named Albert and Jean-Luc.
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