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Your talented doctors in Collbran & Mesa Colorado at the Plateau Valley Medical Clinic
"This prestigious award is given annually to honor someone who has made a notable contribution to health, healthcare, or healthcare delivery system in rural Colorado." Presented by Colorado Rural Health Center to Dr. Erika Woodyard for 2007
Selected by the Colorado Academy of Family Physicians, Dr. Scott Rollins was awarded the Colorado Physician of the Year in 2004.
Scott hails from the Ozark mountains of Missouri. As a kid he grew up tagging along with his father, a veterinarian, and acquired an interest in science and medicine. Scott is also an avid musician playing guitar and piano with several local groups. His wife, Michele, a teacher, and two boys Wyatt and Max, also love living in the Plateau Valley.
Erin grew up near the ranching community of Yampa, Colorado. Her sister's medical condition and a natural interest in science steered her towards medicine. She excelled in medical school and was selected to Alpha Omega Alpha, the national medical honor society. Her residency took her to the the beautiful state of Alaska where she had some amazing medical experiences in the Alaskan bush. She and her husband nearly stayed in Alaska; however, as she was browsing through Colorado jobs, she (serendipitously) found that there was an opening in Plateau Valley where she had done her medical school family medicine rotation and loved it. After the interview, she and her husband knew that it was the place for them and that their young daughter would do well near family in Colorado.
In 2004 Dr. Rollins was chosen for “Colorado Family Physician of the Year”. This prestigious award is given annually to only one of over 1800 family physicians. The recipient is chosen by the Board of the Colorado Chapter of the American Academy of Family Physicians. Selection is based on expertise and commitment to family medicine. Dr. Rollins gives credit to his strong partnership, outstanding clinic staff, family, and the support of the Plateau Valley community for their role in helping earn this honor.
Family Practice is a specialty in which doctors are trained to deal with almost anything a patient needs, treating all patients of all ages from newborn children to the elderly. They specialize in wellness physicals (annual checkups) where the objective is to identify diseases or risk factors that are best caught and treated early. They also treat all manner of medical illnesses such as altitude illness, acute infections, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, and skin disorders.
Dr. Rollins, Dr. Woodyard, and Dr. Arthur are Board Certified in Family Practice which requires the accumulation of 300 hours of continuing medical education every 6 years and then passing the rigorous “board” exam. This title insures your doctor has continued to learn and keep up to date with the many changes in modern medicine. They have also been certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Advanced Trauma Life Support. With these certifications and years of experience managing trauma and acute heart conditions our physicians are able to provide exceptional emergent care - a necessity in a rural practice.
Dr. Rollins and Dr. Woodyard also have extensive background in Occupational Medicine, caring for work related injuries, and are certified as “preferred providers” with Pinnacol Assurance, Colorado’s largest workman’s compensation insurance company. Dr. Woodyard continues to work at St. Mary’s Occupational Health Clinic in Grand Junction. They also serve as medical directors for Hope West in Plateau Valley and DeBeque.