Amy Kreykes, MD, MPH
Amy Kreykes, MD, MPH is a Family Medicine, Sports Medicine, Aerospace Medicine physician. She grew up Northern Colorado. She attended medical school at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. She then completed a residency in Family Medicine, followed by a Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship at the University of Michigan. After completion of her fellowship she worked in primary care on a Navajo Reservation in Crownpoint, New Mexico and in New Zealand, prior to completing an Aerospace Medicine Residency at the University of Texas Medical Branch. She is board certified in Family Medicine, with a Certificate of Additional Qualification in Sports Medicine. She is also board certified in Preventive Medicine: Aerospace Medicine. Additinally she holds a Master of Public Health degree. Her interests include hiking, camping, scuba diving, traveling, and spending time with her family.
Michael Carey, MD
Mike Carey is a board certified Family Practice Physician and Geriatric Medicine specialist practicing in the unique health needs of the elderly, including chronic diseases, nutritional problems, skin ailments, and cognitive loss, and memory impairment, adverse effects of medications, immobility and balance issues. After actively serving our country as a Capitan in the United States Air Force, Dr. Carey obtained his Degree from the University Of Saskatchewan College Of Medicine, with honors and completed and his residency at the University of Saskatchewan Plains Health Centre. In addition to his Private Practice in Windsor Colorado, Dr. Carey has served as Medical Director at High Plains Healthcare Alliance; Northcare; Integrated Practice Resources, Chairman, Department of Family Medicine, North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley and at Accentcare Hospice, in Windsor. Dr. Carey is Married (Susan) and has four adult children.
Patricia "Trish" Lipinski, FNP-BC
Patricia "Tricia" Lipinski is board certified in Family Practice. She graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a Master of Science as a Family Nurse Practitioner and a Master of Science in Nursing Education. Her research at UNC investigated the concept of Hope, which inspired her to co-found St. Luke's as a place of love, hope and healing. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1976 from Marquette University. Her nursing experience has been extensive over many years, including care of the medical, surgical, trauma and burn patient. She is married with three children and three grandchildren. Tricia's interests include hiking, gardening and quilting.
Holly Preston, FNP-BC
Holly Preston is a Family Nurse Practitioner, who has practiced Family Medicine in both North Carolina and in Colorado over the past 4 years. She brings solid experience in all aspects of preventive care, as well as critical/urgent care. She has a passion for teaching and encouraging healthy lifestyles and considers her compassion for her patient's one of her greatest strengths. Holly graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a B.S. in Biology. She then went on to study nursing and gained seven year’s experience working as a Registered Nurse (RN) in Neurology, Cardiology, and the ICU. In 2017, Holly returned to her alma mater to attain her Master’s Degree in Nursing. Holly is married, with two young children, and enjoys spending her free time hiking, reading, and experiencing new activities with her family.
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