North Colorado Family Medicine

Welcome to North Colorado Family Medicine, and thank you for choosing us. We encourage you to make suggestions aimed at improving our practice. We are not just doctors, nurses and counselors--we are your partners in caring.

1600 23rd Ave
Greeley, CO 80634

Distance 3.95 miles away


Monday 7:30AM-4:30PM
Tuesday 7:30AM-4:30PM
Wednesday 7:30AM-4:30PM
Thursday 7:30AM-4:30PM
Friday 7:30AM-4:30PM

Patients and Visitors

Thank you for choosing North Colorado Family Medicine. We want your initial visit and your ongoing relationship with us to progress as smoothly as possible.

You will get the most out of your visit by having your medical history completed, knowing the medications you are presently using, thinking of the questions you have for the doctor, and being aware of any prescription refills you may soon need.

Accepted Health Insurance

Banner Health accepts most major insurances. If you have any questions about coverage, please contact your insurer prior to scheduling an appointment.

Patients are asked to pay their insurance co-payment at the time of their visit. We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover as well as personal checks or cash. Any outstanding balance is due within 30 days.

Immunization Registry Notice

Your/your child’s shot information will be put into a central computer information system under the Colorado Immunization Act. You can choose to exclude your/your child’s shot information from the computer information system. Please ask the front desk staff, your doctor or nurse for further information.

About Us

What is North Colorado Family Medicine?

NCFM is a cornerstone for family medicine health promotion, disease prevention, and chronic illness management for family members of all ages. In order to help you protect your health, your primary care provider may discuss the need for routine physicals, laboratory tests and immunizations. Because a healthy mind is as important as a healthy body, we also offer individual and family counseling and stress management services.

What type of problems do family doctors take care of?

  • Internal medicine (management of acute and chronic illness)
  • Pediatrics (infant and child care)
  • Obstetrics (child bearing)
  • Gynecology (women's health)
  • Orthopedics (bone problems)
  • Dermatology (skin problems)
  • Health Education and Screening exams
  • Sports Physicals
  • Counseling

Home Visits

Our doctors make house calls for the elderly and those unable to be seen in the office. However, your doctor may need to do some laboratory or X-ray tests that could not be done at home and you will be asked to come to the office.