Rocky Mountain PACE Clinic Providers
Brenda Walker-Conner, M.D.
Dr. Walker-Conner joined Rocky Mountain PACE in 2019.
Dr. Walker-Conner is a Family Medicine Specialist and has over 23 years of experience in the medical field. She graduated from Meharry Medical College School of Medicine, and is a native of Colorado Springs. Her practice goal is to partner with the participant to reach their healthiest goal possible and maintain it so they can live, thrive and sustain their independence for as long as possible. When the body begins its decline, she believes in continuing that partnership to provide the best medical and comfort care possible while maintaining their dignity.
In her free time she enjoys sewing, gardening, baking, playing piano and the flute. She also enjoys traveling with her family and playing with her grand-kids.
Sam Ogden, M.D.
Dr. Ogden joined Rocky Mountain PACE in 2021.
Dr. Ogden received his medical degree from the University of Colorado and completed his residency in Family Medicine in Casper, WY. He practiced for nine years in Twin Falls, ID taking care of the underserved residents of the area before moving to Greeley, CO. He worked at North Colorado Family Medicine for the last 13 years training Family Medicine residents. His goal is to teach people about their health and what they can do to maximize their well-being. If someone walks away knowing more than before, he feels the visit is a success.
He is married with two kids, a dog and three cats. In his free time he likes spending time at his cabin in the mountains outside of Creede, where he likes to fish, hike and enjoy nature.
Mary Spivey, M.D.
Dr. Spivey joined Rocky Mountain PACE in 2021.
Dr. Spivey is a Geriatrician who graduated medical school at Creighton University. She completed residency and fellowship training in Internal Medicine and Geriatrics at the University of Utah. Dr. Spivey’s desire is to help people and their families understand the medical processes that affect them so that each person can be best prepared in planning for the future. Dr. Spivey finds great satisfaction in simplifying medical regimens and working in a multi-disciplinary team to help patients realize their healthiest self.
Dr. Spivey spent her first seven years of medical practice in New Mexico. Primarily, her work was providing care to Veterans with the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA). During her work at the VA, Dr. Spivey was also on faculty at the University of New Mexico.
In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, cooking and raising chickens.
Emily Eickstaedt, RN, NP
Emily Eickstaedt joined Rocky Mountain PACE in 2017.
Emily completed her Master of Science in Nursing with a focus in adult-gerontology from Purdue University Global. She has 12 years of nursing experience, mainly in home care and hospice care. Emily’s goal as a provider is to make sure your wishes are respected so you can live out the life you envisioned for yourself. Incorporating the desires of patients and loved ones with best practice medicine can help you stay comfortable, safe, and in your home of choice.
Emily is from Iowa and currently resides in Colorado Springs. She enjoys her dogs Tucker (corgi) and Nora (goldendoodle), reading, learning new things, and being outdoors.
Erica Fedewa, RN, NP
Erica Fedewa joined Rocky Mountain PACE in 2020.
Erica completed her Master of Science in Nursing at University of Colorado. She has 10 years of nursing experience in emergency department, urgent care, infusion clinic, endoscopy/colonoscopy procedure clinic and case management. She served as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army for six years. Her goals are to help you maintain independence and quality of life, reduce hospitalization, and provide comfort.
She resides in Colorado Springs with her brother, sister-in-law, 2 nephews, and her labradoodle Bentley. She enjoys mountain biking, traveling, real estate investing, salsa dancing and the simple things in life.
John Klube, RN, NP
John Klube joined Rocky Mountain PACE in 2021.
John completed his Masters of Science in Nursing from UCCS in 2020, specializing in geriatric care. He has experience as an inpatient cardiac nurse, and also has management and direct patient care experience in a local long term care facility. A strong proponent for mental health, he has a degree in psychology which supplements his practice with providing patient centered holistic care. His practice philosophy is to empower participants to maintain peak levels of wellness through holistic, evidence-based care.
John, his wife, and two sons love Colorado, are animal lovers, and often enjoy going hiking, bowling and bicycling together.
Ken Meyers, RN, NP
Ken Meyers joined Rocky Mountain PACE in 2021.
Ken completed his Masters of Science in Nursing from UCCS in 2020, specializing in geriatric care. He has experience as an inpatient neuro-rehabilitation nurse, an inpatient cardiovascular nurse, home health care and infectious disease treatment. Ken is a strong advocate for holistic care treatment. His practice philosophy is that as a provider, it is his responsibility to serve everyone, caring for the whole person with the goal of achieving the best quality of life possible.
Ken, his wife, and three children love Colorado, are avid travelers, and often enjoy hiking 14ers, bicycling, and contributing to the community.
Mike Kinne, RN, NP
Mike Kinne joined Rocky Mountain PACE in 2020.
Mike completed his Master of Science in Nursing at Chamberlain University in 2020. He has 11 years of nursing experience on a hospital cardiovascular unit. His goals are to foster the independence and wellness of each PACE participant as they reside in the community.
He resides in Teller County with his wife. Together they enjoy travelling, cooking and fishing.
Nakia Fields, RN, NP
Nakia Fields joined Rocky Mountain PACE in 2020.
Nakia received her Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner degree in 2019. She has 11 years of nursing experience that includes geriatrics, hospice and primary care. She is passionate about making a difference in the geriatric community. Her goal is to provide individualized care and enhance quality of life for all PACE participants.
She enjoys spending her free time with her daughter, family and friends.
Priscilla Williams, RN, NP
Priscilla Williams joined Rocky Mountain PACE in 2018.
Priscilla graduated from Colorado State University-Pueblo with a dual degree in family practice and adult gerontology. She has been a Registered Nurse for over 11 years, specializing in chronic kidney failure, and a Nurse Practitioner over five years in pain management and occupational medicine. Her practice philosophy can be summed up in a quote, “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou. Her practice goals are that every participant will feel her passion for their health and wellbeing, and her dedication to support them to remain as healthy as they can be, for as long as they can be.
She enjoys reading, exercising, and watching college basketball.
Tamara Stull, RN, NP
Tamara Stull joined Rocky Mountain PACE in 2018.
Tamara 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 a Registered Nurse for 13 years with over nine years in outpatient wound care. Her philosophy is to provide education and support to participants so they can be a partner in the decision making process regarding their health. This helps her goal of helping them achieve their best level of health.
Tamara is a native of Colorado Springs and 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 11 years of experience in both inpatient and outpatient nursing, specializing in geriatric medicine and hospice. Her goal for patient care is to work together with participants and their families so that participants are able to maintain their health, independence and the best quality of life for as long as possible
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/or personally responsible for costs of any unauthorized out-of-network services.