When enrolled, Rocky Mountain PACE will be the participant’s sole service provider. We guarantee access to services, but not to a specific provider.
We have contracted providers in the following health care arenas available to our participants. If you have questions, give us a call—we’d love to hear from you.
• Ambulance and Medical Transport
• Assisted Living Facilities
• Durable Medical Equipment (DME)
• Home Health Care
• Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS)
• Pharmacy Benefit Manager
Hospital & Surgery
• Hospital – General
• Hospital – Psychiatric
• Hospital – Specialty
• Nursing Facilities
• Surgery – General
• Surgery – Outpatient
• Physicians Group
• Physical Therapy
• Residency (Family Medicine)
• Cosmetic Surgery
• Dental Hygiene (PACE Clinic)
• Ear, Nose & Throat (Otorhinolaryngology)
• Foot Care
• Rehabilitation (Physiatry)
• Radiation Oncology
Rocky Mountain PACE Clinic Providers
Amy McDowell, M.D.
Dr. McDowell joined Rocky Mountain PACE in 2019. She received her medical degree from the University of Colorado Denver, and completed residency in rural family medicine at North Colorado Family Medicine in Greeley, Colorado. She has spent the last four years practicing in various settings including urgent care, family medicine outpatient, and the rural inpatient hospital setting. She was raised in Colorado Springs and enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and playing soccer.
Brenda Conner, M.D.
Dr. Conner joined Rocky Mountain PACE in 2019.
Emily Cannell, RN, NP
Emily Cannell joined Rocky Mountain PACE in 2018. Emily received her Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner degree from University of Missouri – St. Louis. She has seven years of experience in both inpatient and outpatient nursing, specializing in cardiology and geriatric medicine. In her free time, Emily enjoys the outdoors, hiking, and camping.
Priscilla Williams, RN, NP
Priscilla Williams joined Rocky Mountain PACE in 2018. She is a Colorado native and graduated from Colorado State University – Pueblo with a dual degree in family practice and adult gerontology. She has been a Registered Nurse for over 8 years, specializing in chronic kidney failure, and a Nurse Practitioner over 2 years in pain management and occupational medicine. She enjoys reading, exercising, and watching college basketball.
Shannon Gerber, RN, NP
Shannon Gerber completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at University of Arizona and worked for seven years as a Registered Nurse in the hospital intensive care unit, interventional radiology and endoscopy. In 2009, she completed her Master of Science in Nursing at Arizona State University. Since graduating, Shannon has worked in internal medicine in primary care, rehabilitation settings, and now at Rocky Mountain PACE. Shannon enjoys the holistic approach that PACE offers its participants.
Savannah Fodero, RN, NP
Savannah Fodero joined Rocky Mountain PACE in 2019. Savannah received her Family Nurse Practitioner degree from Simmons University in Boston, Massachusetts. She has several years of experience in outpatient geriatric medicine, specializing in pulmonology. In her free time Savannah enjoys skiing, hiking and walking her dog.
Tamara Stull, RN, NP
Tamara Stull is a native of Colorado Springs. She graduated from Beth-El College of Nursing at University of Colorado, Colorado Springs for both her Bachelor and Master of Science in Nursing. Tamara worked for Memorial/UCHealth as an Registered Nurse for 13 years with over nine years in outpatient wound care. She began working for Rocky Mountain PACE in 2018. Tamara enjoys spending time with her family and serving the Colorado Springs community.
Theresa Greenup, RN, NP
Theresa Greenup joined Rocky Mountain PACE in 2020. Theresa received her Master’s of Science in Nursing in Adult-Gerontology Primary Care as a Nurse Practitioner from the University of Cincinnati. She has eleven years of experience in both inpatient and outpatient nursing, specializing in geriatric medicine and hospice. In her free time Theresa enjoys spending time with her family, playing soccer and hiking.
Rocky Mountain PACE participants must receive all needed healthcare, including primary care and specialty physician services (other than emergency services) from Rocky Mountain PACE contracted providers. Rocky Mountain PACE participants may be fully and personally responsible for costs of any unauthorized out-of-network services.