My Family Doctor closed permanently in March 2019. If you are requesting that your medical records be transferred to another practice or sent to you, you MUST email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please allow a minimum of 10 days for your records to be transferred. In your email, the subject line should say RECORDS REQUEST and the body of the email must include full information for the practice you will want them sent to, including name, phone, fax and address. If you would like your records emailed to you, or mailed via US mail to you on a USB file, the cost will be $25 per person in most cases.
Extra large charts may incur an additional fee. Thank you for your understanding and please stay safe during COVID19 times.
IF YOU ARE A FORMER PATIENT OF DR. ROSENTHAL AND DESIRE THAT YOUR OLD MEDICAL RECORDS BE SENT TO YOUR NEW PRACTITIONER, KINDLY ASK THAT PERSON'S OFFICE TO FAX A RELEASE OF RECORDS TO US AT 303-261-8352. THANK YOU!
Primary Care Recommendations
Many patients are, understandably, asking for recommendations on where to seek primary health care after My Family Doctor closes on March 12th, 2019. We have compiled a list of primary care options, below, however My Family Doctor does not endorse any practice or organization and does not endorse specific practitioners, although in a few cases specific providers may be mentioned. We regret that we are unaware of an insurance-based practice that is integrative/holistic.
Hospital-Owned Practices (insurance based, including Medicaid)
Private Practices (insurance based, except Medicaid)
- Lafayette Pediatrics and Internal Medicine
- Partners in Health- Dr. Heather Fliege
- WestMed Family Health (Dr. Flora Brewington)
Direct Pay Primary Care options
(great for patients with high-needs and/or high deductible insurance):
Community Health Center (insurance based including Medicaid)
- Clinica Family Health (specific names forthcoming)
- Rocky Mountain Primary Care (part of Rocky Mountain Urgent Care; specifically Dr. Eric Vanzura who has knowledge around Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and Mast Cell Activation Disorder)