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Health Center at Strasburg
55981 E Colfax Ave
Strasburg, CO 80136

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At Peak Vista Community Health Centers, our providers are the foundation of our mission and operations. Our consistent focus is to ensure this pivotal group receives the utmost support in both clinical operations and work-life balance. Our Board of Directors and the entire staff are diligent in our efforts to maintain state-of-the-art clinical facilities and a professional, learning work environment. 

Peak Vista is a leader in finding innovative ways to provide exceptional health care to those who face access barriers. Located throughout the Pikes Peak and East Central regions of Colorado, Peak Vista locations offer lifestyles from metro city to rural farm. Peak Vista is a nationally recognized organization that cares for over 92,000 patients annually. Our staff of Doctors and Advanced Practice Providers showcase professionalism and primary care expertise while representing high standards of medical education.

Peak Vista’s mission offers a unique opportunity for a fulfilling career that impacts an entire community by serving the underserved. Through an integrated model of care, a provider has a broad range of resources available for each patient, resulting in improved health outcomes. Providers are afforded the possibility of school loan repayment, no-cost malpractice insurance and of peer quality and standards.

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Strasburg, Colorado

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Approaching Denver from the east, you will find beautiful Strasburg. Here, you'll find several recreational facilities within a drive from town, including the Aurora Reservoir and Barr Lake State Park, both ideal areas for fishing, camping, and boating.

Colorado's East Central region is home to rolling prairie, rich history, and rural hospitality. Strasburg, Kiowa, Limon, and Flagler are all vibrant and vigorous agricultural centers and are located in the midst of unique grasslands that support abundant wildlife. Historical venues mark the area, with a focus on Native Americans and nineteenth-century homesteading and ranching. Here, you can plug in or power down at your own pace. Across our great growing communities, there are so many beautiful and interesting things to do—right out your back door.



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