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Clinic Hours

10 months ago

We will be open:

Mondays: 11 am to 5 pm

Tuesdays: 10 am to 5 pm

Thursdays: 10 am to 5 pm

We will be doing early morning fasting blood draws for cholesterol by request only. 


Brooke Packard, MHS, PA-C

Physician Assistant
Steamboat Springs School District Onsite Medical Clinic
Operated by Yampa Valley Medical Center
970-871-3180
Brooke.packard@uchealth.org

Scheduling an appointment
To schedule an appointment with Brooke Packard, Physician Assistant at the clinic, please either email Brooke at brooke.packard@uchealth.org or call 871-3180.
We no longer offer online scheduling at this time.
Prescriptions
The clinic offers a variety of prescriptions, both for chronic and acute medical conditions at no cost to you. Please call for additional information or details, 871-3180. Some prescriptions require 48 hours notification to fill.
I can also refill medications taken daily or as needed that we do not carry in the clinic, contact me for details!
What can I be seen for at the clinic?
The Health Anchor Clinic at 8th and Pine offers treatment and diagnosis for many acute/episodic illnesses. We can test, diagnose and treat many conditions, including: strep throat, bronchitis, ear infections, influenza, urinary tract infections and skin rashes. We can also do a variety of blood tests and help you manage high blood pressure, cholesterol, thyroid disorders and diabetes.
We also offer many other services! Please call or email us with any questions! 871-3180
Mental Health offered in the clinic twice per month
We are excited to offer FREE 30 minute introductory sessions with a counselor from Mind Springs twice monthly in the clinic between 4:00 and 5:00. Please contact us to make an appointment or for more information on dates and availability!
Tests/Vaccines offered in the clinic at no charge
* Routine blood work (CBC, CMP, TSH, PSA and many more) results in 24-48 hours
* Rapid strep test (results in 5 minutes)
* Rapid Flu test (results in 10 minutes)
* Urine Screen (infection and pregnancy)
* Tdap vaccine (tetanus, diptheria, pertussis booster)
* Influenza vaccine (seasonal)
My Fave 5 daily Supplements
I'm not a fan of multi vitamins because I feel they don't offer enough of what we really need. Here are my fave 5!
1. Vitamin D3: 1,000-5,000IU daily depending on blood levels or amount of sunshine you get
2. Magnesium - great for sleep, anxiety and constipation as well as multiple other cellular functions
3. Krill Oil - more sustainable than fish oil, less chance of mercury contamination and higher potency of Omega 3.
4. Spirulina - blue green algea superfood with multiple health benefits!
5. Turmeric - antioxidant and anti inflammatory.

Feel free to contact me with any questions, links or more details!