As a pediatrician, I have specialized training for the unique physical, developmental and behavioral needs of children from birth through 21 years of age. My style is a warm, caring and thorough approach, trying to place both my young patients and their parents at ease, while offering answers for their pediatric questions. I encourage preventive medicine for the infant, child and adolescent.
Dr. Greer is the physician/owner of Broomfield Pediatrics & Internal Medicine. She began the practice in 1997 as the first pediatrician in Broomfield. She received her undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Kent State University, a Ph.D. in Pharmacology from Duke University and her MD from Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine. Dr. Greer completed her pediatric residency training through The Children’s Hospital in Denver in 1997. She is board certified in Pediatrics and a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She is also an Associate Clinical Professor at The Children’s Hospital, Denver and has supervised pediatric residents and PA students in the clinic. She has lectured on antibiotic use with pediatric patients and serves as a physician on a vaccination advisory board. Dr. Greer has hospital privileges at Avista Hospital, St. Anthony North Health Campus, The Children’s Hospital, and Good Samaritan Hospital.
Dr. Greer lives in Broomfield and has two older sons, Kenin and Brandon. Dr. Greer enjoys playing the piano and church organ, attending concerts, skiing, traveling and is active in church activities.
Dr. Gonzales is a pediatrician who has worked in the north metro Denver area for the past 14 years. She finished her medical training at the University of the Philippines College of Medicine. She completed her pediatric residency in Manila and finished her fellowship in Australia. Dr. Gonzales migrated with her family to the United States. She then retrained at the University of Connecticut and completed her second pediatric residency training at The Children’s Hospital in Oklahoma. Dr. Gonzales has privileges at Avista Hospital, St. Anthony North Health Campus, Good Samaritan Hospital and The Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Gonzales lives in Westminster. In her off hours, she putters in the garden, goes to the theater, enjoys white-water rafting and serves as a mentor for her nieces and nephews.
Being board certified in Pediatrics and Internal Medicine, I thoroughly enjoy seeing both kids and adults in my practice. I believe strongly in preventive medicine and appropriate, judicious use of medications and resources. I like to follow accepted clinical practice guidelines from well respected institutions while working closely with patients and families to do what's best.
Dr. Pham was raised in Wichita, KS after immigrating to the States at 4 years of age. Growing up, his parents taught him the value of hard work and a good education. Dr. Pham went to the University of Kansas for undergraduate and medical school. Then he hopped the Kansas-Missouri state line to do his Med/Peds residency at the University of Missouri – Kansas City. After graduating from residency, he joined the faculty and went on to publish research, present at international meetings, and chair residency committees. Dr. Pham came to Denver for a change in his medical practice, and of course, to experience the great outdoors. He looks forward to seeing and helping patients of all ages, from newborns to adults. Dr. Pham has hospital privileges at Avista Hospital, St. Anthony North Health Campus, The Children’s Hospital, and Good Samaritan Hospital.
Dr. Pham lives in Denver. He enjoys reading, tech, outdoor activities like camping, hiking, and skiing. He also tries to stay fit by training for triathlons.
Rebecca Barnes is a certified Physician Assistant who has worked in the Boulder area since 2009. She received her undergraduate degree in English from the University of Notre Dame in 1993, a Masters in English from CSU in 1998 and finally her Masters in Physician Assistant Studies from CU in 2009. She loves working as a PA because she gets to see patients of all ages, from newborn to adult. Rebecca is a member of the CO Association of Physician Assistants and American Association of Physician Assistants, and she supervises physician assistant students.
Rebecca lives in Boulder with her husband and daughter, one dog and two guinea pigs. She enjoys biking, skiing, reading and knitting.