DR. BRENT HERRON
M.D., M.S., M.B.A
Born and raised in Colorado, Dr. Herron graduated from the University of Colorado in Boulder with his bachelor’s degree in Biology. Then went on to get his master’s degree in Physiology before going to Medical School at Drexel in Philadelphia. During Medical School Dr. Herron received another graduate degree in healthcare administration before going to residency in Las Vegas and becoming board certified in Family Medicine. Dr. Herron believes in integrative primary care and treating every patient with respect and taking the time to truly listen and get to know his patients. Outside of Medicine Dr. Herron is very active outdoors with his wife and two daughters. Cycling, triathlon, skiing, hiking, and spending time with his family is what he spends his free time on.
Hi, I am Rachel Stolley, and I have been an Advanced Practice Nurse since 2002.
My husband is on active duty Air Force, and we recently relocated to Colorado with our two boys. I grew up in a military family, so I’m not exactly sure where “home” is, but I’ve spent most of my adult life in Nevada and Colorado.
I graduated from the United States Air Force Academy and then attended Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, where I received my Master’s degree in nursing. I spent seven years serving in the Air Force as a Nurse Practitioner before transitioning to civilian practice.
I returned to school in 2012 and received a master’s degree from the University of South Alabama with a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) focus in 2014 and then graduated with a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree in 2017. My doctoral focus was diabetes education because I have a passion for empowering patients with the knowledge needed to improve their health.
I became a Nurse Practitioner because I love developing relationships with my patients and working together to improve their health. My favorite part of being an NP is helping patients achieve better health and well-being via high-quality and compassionate care.
KRISTIN M. RINN
Kristin M. Rinn is a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner with 18 years of experience in family medicine with an emphasis on women’s health, menopause, and geriatrics.
She has treated patients with chronic diseases, including hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, and patients with acute illness. She also enjoys educating her patients on preventative medicine, such as health screenings, diet, and exercise, and managing chronic conditions. Before working in family medicine, Kristin worked with urgent care patients. She has her Doctorate in Clinical Nursing. She originally grew up and completed her undergraduate education in Virginia. After which, she moved to Colorado at age 22 and has lived here ever since. Kristin received her Master of Science in Nursing / Family Nurse Practitioner in 2006 from the University of Colorado. Subsequently, she obtained her Doctor of Nursing Practice in 2015 from the University of Colorado. Kristin has worked in urgent care and primary care for 18 years. She has a passion for preventative health care and believes strongly in a healthy diet, exercise, and mental and spiritual health to improve health status and avoid illness. She has a focus on improving health through diet, exercise, vitamin and nutrient supplementation and hormone optimization.
Special Interests: Preventative care Pediatrics Cardiovascular risk reduction
Hobbies: Baking, watching/going to the movies, crocheting, reading, and hiking
Favorite thing about primary care: I have worked in both adult and pediatric acute care settings and learned that there is some hospitalization that is preventable. My goal as a Nurse Practitioner is to provide care and education to prevent hospitalizations and improve overall well-being. I am able to achieve this by creating strong relationships with patients and working with them to create individualized treatment plans.
Jamie Hanosh is a family nurse practitioner who completed her Master of Science in Nursing with honors at Regis University in Denver. Prior to becoming a Nurse Practitioner, she worked in Orthopedics for 18 years as an RN.
She became a Nurse Practitioner so she could build relationships with her patients and work with them on preventing serious illness. Her interests include disease management and prevention for the whole family as well as women’s health. She is board certified through ANCC and a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. She is excited to join Heartlight Family Clinic and provide holistic care to the community members of Castle Rock and the surrounding areas.
She is a Colorado native and enjoys spending time outdoors with her family when the weather permits. When it doesn’t you can find her staying warm and curled up with a book.
Jocelyn is a physician assistant who graduated from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California in 2008. Initially trained in emergency medicine, she fell into urgent care and occupational medicine after managing care for patients in Afghanistan. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Jocelyn recognized the increasing need for mental health services. She believes in giving patients the tools that evidence based medicine provides and empowering the patient to make the best decision for their healthcare journey.
Although born and raised in Southern California, Jocelyn and her husband fell in love with Colorado as soon as she passed her NCCPA board exam in 2008. They now love riding their motorcycles through the beautiful Colorado mountains. She also enjoys teaching their quick-witted son how things work in science and engineering and spoiling their three diva dogs.
MSN, APRN, FNP-C, PCCN
Adam is a Nashville, TN native who began his healthcare journey in 2014. As a board certified progressive critical care registered nurse, he cared for patients in the medical and cardiovascular intensive care setting. He graduated with his Master of Science in Nursing from Florida Southern College in 2022. Adam holds a national board certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. He is passionate about primary care and providing an unparalleled patient experience. Taking a proactive and preventative approach to healthcare sets him apart from traditional reactive strategies. His interests and specialties include primary care services, LGBTQIA+ allied care, and cosmetics/aesthetics. During his free time, he loves spending time with his three dogs, reading, going out to new food spots, kayaking, and gardening.
Kaity Beckham is a nationally certified physician assistant with experience in urgent care and occupational medicine. Kaity chose to work in primary care due to her passion for preventative medicine and her desire to work with a diverse population of patients spanning across all phases of the life cycle. After earning her undergraduate degree in biology, Kaity worked in infertility and occupational medicine for several years. She then received her master’s degree in physician assistant studies from South College in Nashville, Tennessee. During her free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends and her cat. She loves cooking, skiing, spending time outdoors, and completing all kinds of DIY projects.
MA, LPC, NCC
I am a licensed professional counselor and professional school counselor who has been working in the mental health field for over ten years. My work focuses on providing individual, couple, and group counseling sessions to help clients find purpose and fulfillment in their lives. Using a strength-based systems approach to therapy, I believe that the therapeutic relationship should be one of authenticity, collaboration, and one that feels safe and supportive by focusing client’s strength and resiliency.
I work with children, teens, and adults addressing depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, grief, anger, trauma, and family relational problems, self-esteem/identity development, and trauma/major life stressors. I am passionate about helping clients reach their highest potential, living a more harmonious and happier lives. I love to laugh, listen to music, cook (not clean), travel the seas, and spend family time on my microfarm.