We will be open normal business hours (as is permissible) during these trying times. Please call the office to schedule appointments. We will be triaging all patients before appointments are scheduled to avoid the spread of COVID-19.
WE ARE HERE TO SUPPORT OUR PATIENTS THROUGH THIS PANDEMIC; WE DO HAVE LIMITED TELEMEDICINE VISITS AVAILABLE. Feel free to call and ask if your visit can be done via Telemedicine.
We will be closed September 7th, 2020 for Labor Day.
As always, a provider will be on call for your urgent or emergent needs.
We now have a new patient portal, please sign in and take a look around.
Patient portal link: https://aspenparkpediatrics.myezyaccess.com
We try to contract with as many insurance plans as possible. However, we ask that you please verify that your individual insurance is In Network with our office prior to any office visits. Also, if you have an HMO plan, please be certain that Carol Turner MD or Aspen Park Pediatrics is listed as your PCP. Failure in doing so may cause the claims to be denied and you will be responsible for the cost of your visit. We are here to help you avoid any inconveniences in advance.
We Currently accept: Most Major Insurance Plans including (but not limited to) Medicaid, Cigna, Anthem BCBS, United HealthCare, Aetna, Humana, Bright Health and many more. Feel free to contact us to inquire if we are in network with your insurance plan.
**AS OF 11/1/2019 WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING ANY HEALTHSHARE PLAN. We will continue to serve our current Healthshare patients. **
We love taking care of newborns, infants, children and adolescents. We are accepting new patients from birth through 18 years of age.
If you are expecting, please call to schedule a meet and greet appointment with the pediatrician.
We will gladly fill out any school, medication or camp forms as needed. Please be certain that your child is current with their annual well care visit prior to sending us your forms. Please allow us up to 48 business hours to complete and return any forms for your child.
Life changes abruptly and tragically. "My Big Molecule" explores the journey into life-altering and life-threatening illness and tracks the path through diagnosis, insurance, treatment, uncertainty, science and perseverance, traveling back towards happiness and normalcy. This story is true and raw, with comedy in the forefront, as a means for relief and release. Comedy can be found in tragedy, and humor can help fight illness.
The goal, above all else, is to be of service to others with similar afflictions and to encourage patients to study their diseases from the cellular level on up and match their disease microbiology with their human symptoms.
Carol Turner is a pediatrician who owns a solo, rural practice in Conifer, Colorado. She lives with her husband and three sons. She is an avid outdoor recreation enthusiast, competitive amateur cyclist, and blood cancer sidekick.
Carol completed her undergraduate education at the University of Texas in Austin, received her medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine in Huston, completed her pediatrics residency at the University of Colorado Affiliated Hospitals in Denver, and completed her fellowship in pediatric emergency medicine at Harvard Medical School and Boston Children's Hospital. She practiced pediatric emergency medicine at Children's Hospital in Denver for ten years before opening her own primary care pediatric practice near her home.
She hopes to find another patient in the world with her singularly rare diagnostic combination. She is, currently, a lone data point. She hopes this book is helpful to those who read it.
Now available on Kindle, Nook, Amazon and many other E-Reading devices. My Big Molecule is also available at the Page Turner Bookstore in our office complex. Also available at Hearthfire Books and Treats in Evergreen.