Services & Communication

During the last several months, Doctors Care board and staff have worked hard to adapt and grow programs and services to better meet the needs of the community.


Along with these efforts, new marketing materials have been developed to deliver that messaging, and increase awareness of what Doctors Care can offer the community and medically underserved.


With newly developed communication materials, including refreshed branding for each of our "4 Core Services" on new flyers, brochure, cards and website, we also better establish those services to our hospital and physician partners for patient referrals. In addition, The Pulse, Doctors Care's newsletter, carries this messaging to over 2,300 stakeholders, as well as to social media channels like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. To view some of Doctors Care's new marketing materials, click here. Visit our website.    

Annual Report Hits Stands

Thank you. We are so grateful for each and every person and organization who helped us fulfill Doctors Care's mission in 2013. Thank you for your talents and gifts. With you, all things are possible. View the 2013 Annual Report. For a complete list of individuals and organizations who supported Doctors Care this year, visit our website.

Earth Angels Grace Landscape
Doctors Care recently teamed up with COPIC for its "Operation Outdoor Improvement" project. COPIC, a leading medical liability insurance provider, had twelve "Earth Angels" volunteer to help transform the outside area surrounding our building into a redesigned, eco-friendly landscape.
"COPIC and Doctors Care have created a unique relationship and our Community-Action Team enjoys participating in projects to make Doctors Care a special place to visit," said Dr. Ted Clarke, COPIC's Chairman and CEO. See the full press release.
Global Colorado: We're All Here

You cannot walk the halls of Doctors Care without noticing the stunning pictures of children from around the world, taken by Dr. Richard and Shelli Steckel. The Steckels' work will be featured in a photography project named Global Colorado:  We're All Here . . . a tribute to the growing diversity of Colorado. The exhibit features pictures of individuals born outside of the country and currently living in Colorado and celebrates the enrichment they bring to our state.

The Jiang Family


The exhibit will be located at Denver International Airport on Concourse A (over the bridge) and opens June 20. It will run for four-six months.


In addition to taking photos of patients (the Jiang Family) for their exhibit, Richard and Shelli captured some of our staff, patients and providers in the Doctors Care Clinic. We are grateful to the Steckels for providing us with photographs which beautifully capture the essence of Doctors Care's mission. Thank you, Richard and Shelli! 

Rayen's Story: Desperate Times
Lead to Loving Care

Rayen*, an uninsured 28 year-old Native American female and her boyfriend recently came to the Doctors Care clinic seeking care. Rayen was experiencing pneumonia and respiratory symptoms and appeared jaundiced. The couple had fallen on desperate times.  


They moved to the area because both had lost their jobs working on North Dakota oil rigs. With their money running low, Rayen's health condition had worsened to the point where they decided to forgo paying rent in order to scrape together the clinic's $40 copay. Read the full story. (*not her real name)

New Certification for Doctors Care: 
Medicaid/CHP+ Site 
Guide - Laurie Swan

Doctors Care is now an authorized Medicaid/CHP+ Application Assistance Site (CAAS). The certification allows us to assist families in completing the Application for Medical Assistance and verify citizenship and identification documents. It also allows Doctors Care to assist with all the steps leading up to certification and let families know if and when they have been approved or denied. If denied, we can refer them to other services depending on the circumstances surrounding their ineligibility. The CAAS certification also allows our staff and volunteers to receive additional training, and allows Doctors Care to be posted on the HCPF Medicaid Assistance site locator.

June 2014
In This Issue
Enhanced Services
2013 Annual Report
Earth Angels
Global Colorado
Rayen's Story
New Certification
Blooming Flowers
New Medical Staff
Amazon Smiles
Volunteer Spotlight
Rewards Program
Blooming Flowers
A big thank you goes to Home Depot, Lowe's and O'Toole's for their beautiful gifts - flowers of every color! Volunteer gardener, Gary Hardin took extra care in selecting the perfect spot for each bloom. Everyone who visits Doctors Care can now enjoy spring time a bit more.

Clinic Adds Top Notch Medical Assistants

Say hello to Carlos Moreno, Adrienne Aguilar and Stephanie Montanez who recently joined forces

with us. Carlos brings over 15 years of experience to the clinic. Andrienne's plans include pursuing an RN degree at Arapahoe Community College. Stephanie also plans to continue her education in nursing. Hadley Rhodes, also pictured above, joined the Clinic in late 2013.

From left to right:
Hadley, Carlos,
Stephanie, Adrienne
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Volunteer Spotlight
Mark Ogonosky
Marc is a greeter station volunteer at Doctors Care, and provides excellent customer service to our patients and visitors. He is knowledgeable in the services we offer and also assists the Clinic Director with Medicaid billing responsibilities. Marc loves volunteering because he enjoys working with a diverse staff and a variety of tasks, including answering phones, providing assistance to visitors, billing tasks and helping with special projects. We are fortunate to have Marc at Doctors Care. Thank you Marc!
Sunflower Bank Rewards Program

New to Denver, Sunflower Bank has selected Doctors Care as the recipient organization for their

Healthcare Professional Program. Employees in the healthcare industry can contribute to Doctors Care by opening a Spend & Sign & Save account. Every swipe of their card results in a $0.05 contribution to Doctors Care. For more information, click here.