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Banner Health Clinic

1813 Cheyenne Ave.
Loveland, CO 80538

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Banner Health Clinic specializing in palliative medicine, neurology and endocrinology in Northern Colorado focuses providing patients with relief from the symptoms, pain, and stress of a serious illness – whatever the diagnosis. 

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Hours At This Location
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
About Us

Our team of health care professionals includes physicians, nurses, social workers, and others who provide treatments aimed at improving quality of life. Team members have specialized training in symptom management, as well as the ability to help patients and families establish goals and stay fully informed about their treatment options.

Conveniently located throughout Northern Colorado, the palliative care teams work closely with the patient, family members and other healthcare providers.

  • Control pain and other symptoms
  • Make medical decisions that match the patient’s wishes, hopes and goals
  • Coordinate referrals to other resources as needed
  • Assist with planning of future care and treatment

Katharine Patrick, PA-C

Physician Assistant

Physician Assistant (PA), Banner Health Clinic
I strive to provide compassionate, thorough, and quality medical care. I want my patients to understand their condition. I work closely with them to develop a management plan that fits their wishes and goals.

Keiko Howard, DO


Physician, Banner Health Clinic
I like to approach each patient individually and create a personalized plan of action to best diagnose and hopefully treat their issues. After diagnosing, my main job is to educate and create a treatment plan with which the patient feels comfortable that includes both medication and non-medication routes.

Mark Bridenstine, MD


Physician, Banner Health Clinic
I like my patient’s to be as informed as possible, to know their condition including both the “good and bad” of treatment and what lifestyle approaches can make a difference or be preventative. After a few visits and depending on the complexity, I will ask my patient what direction they feel they are moving and what direction we should go? If I’ve done a good job, we are speaking the same language and come to an easy and clear plan moving forward.