Tamara S. Wilson, M.D.
Dr Wilson is originally from Illinois but has been a Coloradan in heart since her first visit here on a family vacation. She graduated from Knox College in Galesburg, IL and then attended Rush Medical College in Chicago, IL. She completed her residency in Family Practice in Fontana, CA at Kaiser Permanente Family Practice Residency. Dr Wilson moved to Colorado in 1992 to begin her practice here in the Denver area. She founded Piñon Family Practice in 1997. Dr Wilson is Board Certified in Family Practice and enjoys the many varied aspects of Family Medicine. She takes pleasure in developing close relationships with her patients over the long term.
George Quick, M.D.
Dr Quick was born and raised in St. Louis, MO and moved to Colorado for college in Colorado Springs for 2 years and then finished his undergraduate degree at CU Boulder. He returned to St. Louis for medical school at St. Louis University School of Medicine. He returned to Colorado for training at the CU Psychiatry Residency but decided to leave Psychiatry and worked in Occupation Medicine. He decided to enter Family Practice Residency at St Joseph Hospital and became Board Certified. Dr Quick has been practicing in the Denver area since 1989 in private practice in Family Medicine. He has worked part time in Urgent Care and at Ft Logan State Psychiatric Hospital. His primary interest in practice is to work together with patients to prevent and manage illness. He personally stays active and works frequently with sports related injuries as well.
Melanie Bonin, M.D.
Dr. Bonin just recently moved to Colorado. She was born and raised in Quebec, Canada. She graduated from Medical School at the Université de Montreal and completed her Family Medicine residency at the Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montreal (CHUM) in Montreal, Quebec. Dr. Bonin achieved her certification in Family Medicine in 2006 in Canada. She then went on to do her Sport Medicine fellowship at Western University in London, Ontario. Dr. Bonin enjoys combining her Family Medicine Practice with Sport and Exercise Medicine. She has been involved for many years with varied National level sport organizations. She has a special interest in sport-related injuries and women’s health. Dr. Bonin strives to build lasting and caring relationships with all of her patients.
She personally loves the outdoors, spending time golfing, cycling and especially downhill skiing.
Darcy Scheeler, M.D.
Dr Scheeler was born and raised in Boulder, CO. She attended the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center where she received a double degree as a Doctor of Medicine and Master of Business Administration. She completed residency in Family Practice at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Dr Scheeler is Board Certified in Family Practice and has been in private practice since 2003. Her goal as a physician is to develop a partnership with each patient. "This goal is achieved through the simple art of listening to patients and their family, so we together can create a plan for optimal health."
Cari Langfield, P.A.-C.
Cari Langfield is a bonafide colorado native. She received her Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sport Sciences from Colorado State University. She then went on to Physician's Assistant school in Atlanta at Emory University. Cari believes strongly in preventative medicine. She takes a keen interest in vaccinations and overall well-being. Cari loves to hike, snowshoe, crossfit and spend time with her husband and son.
Kallie French, P.A.-C.
Kallie French is originally from and recently moved here from Illinois. She received both her Bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences and her Master's degree in Physician Assistant Studies from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Kallie enjoys the variety that practicing family medicine affords and takes great pride in forming strong relationships with patients. She also enjoys spending time outdoors (walking, hiking, and biking), cooking/baking, and spending time with her husband and dog.
Trista Swift, P.A.-C.
Trista Swift is originally from Fargo, ND. She graduated in 2010 from North Dakota State University with a Bachelor of Science in Zoology. She then went on to obtain her Masters of Physician Assistant from Wichita State University in Kansas. As a new graduate, she was very excited to make Littleton, CO her permanent home. She values a holistic approach to caring for patients and she is very passionate about patient education and preventive care. She has a special interest in women’s health. In her spare time, Trista enjoys hiking, road biking and snowboarding in the Colorado Mountains.