Do you accept new patients?
Answer: Yes. Each site has physicians and/or midlevel providers accepting new patients. Please call the office of your choice to schedule your appointment. Click on “Locations” or “Physicians” at the top of this page for a list of phone numbers.
What Insurances do you accept?
Answer: Click on “Billing” at the top of the home page, for a list of all the major insurance carriers RMPC participates with. If you don’t see the one you are looking for, please contact our billing office to get further information.
Does Rocky Mountain Primary Care have female doctors?
Answer: Yes. Each site has more than one female provider. Click on “Physicians” at the top of this page for links to provider bios and photos.
What ages do your doctors care for?
Answer: We care for patients of all ages: Newborns to the elderly.
Do any of your doctors provide OB Care?
Answer: Some of our physicians have done so in the past. However, at this time, none of our physicians provide OB care. Our doctors are very confident in the care provided by the OB Specialists to whom they refer. Contact your provider for a list of OB Specialists.
Will your doctors take care of me when I am admitted to the hospital?
Answer: No, our physicians do not see patients in the hospital. They work very closely with a group of Hospital Physicians – “Hospitalists” – who specialize in taking care of patients in the hospital. We will begin caring for you again, when you are discharged from the hospital.
Which hospitals are you affiliated with?
Answer: Although our doctors do not see patients in the hospital, each of them refer patients to Specialists who admit their patients at a variety of hospitals. When inpatient care is needed, these are the most common hospital choices:
- ARVADA: Exempla Lutheran, St. Anthony Central
- LAKEWOOD: Exempla Lutheran, St. Anthony Central
- WESTMINSTER: Exempla Lutheran, St. Anthony North
While this is the general referral pattern, our doctors’ greatest concern is for the health needs and desire of our patients. So, both hospital and physician referrals are made based upon specific needs, and after thorough consultation with the patient.