High Plains Community Health Center Welcomes New Providers

High Plains SignIn an ongoing effort to provide quality, affordable care to the citizens of Lamar and the surrounding communities High Plains Community Health Center is committed to recruiting providers who will serve its clients with the best quality care. High Plains is pleased to announce its newest additions to its health care team.

Cameron Freeman PA-C

Cameron Freeman PA-C

Cameron Freeman PA-C received his Masters of Science in Physician Assistant studies from Harding University (Searcy, AR) and graduated in December, 2012.  Cameron is originally from Southeast Idaho and relocated to Colorado in 2013 after completing his degree and he has been taking care of patients in the Arkansas Valley for the last two years before joining the High Plains Community Health Care team.  When asked why Cameron chose to join the High Plains team he stated, “I like the number of services that are available to patients.”  Cameron is practicing in the Adult Health Care Clinic and serves patients ages 14 and up.

Dr. Charles Lam

Dr. Charles Lam, M.D.

Dr. Charles Lam, M.D. received his medical education from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and graduated from Meharry Medical College.  Dr. Lam was recently stationed at Fort Irwing   as a medical doctor where he has been caring for active duty soldiers since 2012. He has also worked with the Arizona Department of Health and Human Services serving different Native American tribes. Dr. Lam specializes in internal medicine and is located in the Adult Health Care Clinic.

Tracee Nelson-Yarborough FNP

Tracee Nelson-Yarborough, FNP

Tracee Nelson-Yarborough is a local Family Nurse Practitioner born in Syracuse, Kansas and raised in Holly, Colorado.  Tracee graduated with a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in May, 2014.  She provides primary care to patients of all ages. In addition to primary care, Tracee also works in conjunction with Dr. Barry Portner  OB/GYN assisting with prenatal care for expectant mothers.   Tracee prides herself on providing medical options for her patients and encouraging them to advocate for their healthcare. Tracee is located in the Main Clinic.

Susan Petrin FNP

Susan Petrin, FNP

Susan Petrin is also a Family Nurse Practitioner at High Plains Main Clinic.  Susan received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver. She received her Master of Science in Nursing from St. Louis University (St. Louis MO) in 2013, and became certified in January, 2014.  Susan has lived in the Denver area since 1995 and comes to High Plains from QTC Medical Group.  When asked why she chose to join the High Plains Community Health Center team Susan said “I am impressed with the amazing  resources that are available through High Plains for patients and providers to assist in creating a healthier community.”

Currently these providers are accepting new patients. To set up your appointment with Cameron, Dr. Lam, Tracee or Susan phone High Plains Community Health Center at 719-336-0261.

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