Family Medicine/Primary Care/Internal Medicine
Meet Shari Logan, Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)
Shari Logan grew up in the small town of Clarkson, Nebraska, where family and community were at the heart of everything that mattered. “My grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins lived just around the block,” she says. “Everybody knew each other, and word of any mischief spread quickly.”...
Meet Dr. Joshua Axman, Family Medicine Physician
Dr. Joshua Axman always had an interest in the sciences, specifically how the human body and mind functions. While studying biology at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Josh started shadowing doctors, observing them with patients, to see if a career in medicine was right for him. “I have...
Meet Dr. Chandra Marshall, a Family Physician at Lone Tree Family Practice
Chandra Marshall was a kindergartner when her 19-year-old uncle was paralyzed in a car accident. “Tyler lived with my family, so I thought of him as my big brother,” says Chandra, who still remembers spending long days at the hospital and rehabilitation center as she waited for Tyler to return...
Meet Dr. Brita Krabacher
OnPoint Internal Medicine at Ridgeline in Highlands Ranch
Meet Dr. Ashwini Reddy
OnPoint Internal Medicine at Harvard Park in Denver, Colorado
Meet Shelby Bohm, FNP-C at OnPoint Family Medicine in Greenwood Village
You might say nursing is in Shelby Bohm’s DNA. Her grandmother was among the first women in the country to earn a bachelor’s degree in nursing. Her mom worked as an intensive care unit (ICU) nurse at Porter Adventist Hospital in Denver. Still, Shelby didn’t think nursing was for her. “I...
Meet Dr. Mark Christensen | Family and Sports Medicine Physician
Castle Pines Family Practice & Urgent Care
Meet Dr. Chris Linares, MD
Family Physician, Co-Owner of Lone Tree Family Practice
Meet Dr. Christen Cage Vu DO
OnPoint Family Medicine at Parker Square
Meet Dr. Charlene Borja! A Primary Care Physician at Columbine Family Practice
At six years old, an age when some kids ponder the benefits of eating crayons, Dr. Charlene Borja found her life’s calling. She read a children’s book on Florence Nightingale and dreamed of someday becoming a healthcare provider. Her career path was set.