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560 Crystola St.
Calhan, CO 80808

 

Tel: 719-347-0100

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Our Providers

Dr. Paul L. Cooper, M.D.

 

Dr. Paul Cooper began his medical training at St. Georges University School of Medicine, Grenada, West Indies in 1993 and graduating in 1997. His third and fourth year medical training rotations were completed through the University of California in San Francisco.

Dr. Paul Cooper  has been board-certified with the American Board of Family Practice since 2000.

Dr. Cooper is a member of the Boulder County Medical Society and the American Medical Association.

Renae Crawford, N.P.

 

Mrs. Crawford has been a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner for 17 years. She has been the owner of Eastern Plains Medical Clinic of Calhan for the past decade.  She graduated with honors from Michigan State University.  

Kelly Anthony, N.P.

 

Ms. Anthony received her Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Degree from the University of Cincinnati in 2008. She completed her Family Nurse Practitioner Degree through the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs in 2010.  She obtained her ANCC FNP Board Certification in 2012.  Ms. Anthony loves spending time with her family and in her free time she enjoys skiing, hiking, camping and traveling.  

Cari Chinn, N.P.

 

Cari Chinn is a Family Nurse Practitioner. She graduated from the University of Wyoming in August of 2011. She is Board Certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner. She joined Eastern Plains Medical Clinic in April of 2012.

Elisabeth Almond, FNP 
Elisabeth Almond received her B.A. from St. Olaf College, her R.N. from the University of Colorado, and her FNP in March 2017 from Simmons College in Boston, MA.  A practicing RN since 2001, Elisabeth has worked in international health, women’s health, forensic nursing, public health, and management.  In 2016, she was honored with Colorado’s highest award for nurses, the Nightingale.  She is excited to work in the Eastern Plains community and is grateful for the warm welcome she has received.  She strives to care for each of her patients with compassion, integrity, and kindness.  In her free time, Elisabeth enjoys the company of her husband and three children, walks with good friends, cooking new recipes, and supporting a micro-lending program in rural Haiti.