After 20 years of caring for families at Pueblo Community Health Center, Dr. Rona Knudsen embraces her role as InnovAge PACE’s Center Medical Director, helping vulnerable older adults in the community. <br />
Mark Learned, MD
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.
Amie Woody, DO
I strive to give each participant the care and respect they serve and treat them as I would want to be treated. I approach each participant as a whole person, not just their medical situation.
Jeff Douglass, AGPCNP-BC
I especially enjoy working with seniors because their wisdom, intuition, and perspective makes them a delight to work with. I strive to take the time to listen and understand each participant, explain complex diagnoses and treatments, and then partner with them in shared decision making. Every participant and family is unique.
Lubna Sorathia, MD
I believe in empowering my patients to live life to the fullest. The PACE program helps me achieve this goal.
Phuc Nguyen, DDS
What make me get out of bed every morning are the opportunities to really make a difference and make an impact on other people’s lives.
Helena Kane, MD
I like to team up with my patient, making sure he or she and the family understand why we are doing what we are doing. Working at InnovAge enables me to take the time to communicate and review the treatment plan with patients.
Traci Kimball, MD
I believe in creating a partnership with my participants.