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Susan Adamowski, PT

Adamowski Susan websiteSusan has been working in home health care for 20 years, and she came to Mount Evans in 2009. She received her training at Stockton State College in New Jersey. She lives in South Evergreen, and enjoys traveling, driving for work, and reading. Susan says, “After working with a variety of agencies, I have come to realize that Mount Evans is exceptional. The patients, their families, the employees and the volunteers are the best I have ever encountered.”


Sherrie M. Barton, OTR

Barton Sherrie websiteSherrie, who has been a Registered Occupational Therapist at Mount Evans since 1999, lives with her family in Evergreen. She received her master’s degree from George Washington University. She loves running, skiing, being the mother of two, children, and the outdoors. Sherrie says, “I love working for Mount Evans — the personnel are wonderful. I really enjoy going into people’s homes and helping them out!”


Pat Dolan, PT

Dolan Pat websitePat started at Mount Evans in 2012. He received his training at the University of Maryland at Baltimore. Pat lives in Conifer. He enjoys home repairs, hiking, biking and skiing. He says, “This is a beautiful mountain area to work in, and so close to home! Mount Evans’ staff are truly positive people.”



Britta Heublein, OTR

Heublein Britta websiteBritta has worked as an occupational therapist at Mount Evans since 2013. She has a master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Texas Medical Branch, and a bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University. Britta lives in the Brook Forest area of Evergreen. She likes to camp with her family and ride her bike, and she loves being on or near the water. She says, “I am very happy to be part of this wonderful organization and to be among all of the amazing people who work for Mount Evans. It is so nice to be around so many people who are passionate about what they do.”

Dawn Kervin, PT

Kervin Dawn websiteDawn received her doctorate in Physical Therapy from Regis University in Denver, and has been working at Mount Evans since 2013. She lives in Evergreen with her husband and two spunky little girls. She enjoys traveling, baking, hiking, camping, down-hill and cross-country skiing, and pretty much anything where she can hang out with family and friends. She says, “I am excited to work here at Mount Evans. Everyone is so compassionate, caring, supportive and fun to be around. I have found an amazing team of people who care about helping others in our community.”

Tonya Rodgers, Physical Therapist

Rodgers Tonya websiteTonya received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) from Regis University, and joined the Mount Evans staff in 2013. She lives in Evergreen with her family and spends her “spare” time cycling, hiking, and driving her four kids to their activities. Tonya says, “Everyone at Mount Evans is so nice. I really like working in my community.”


Deborah Stellini, MA, CCC, Speech-Language Pathologist

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Deb earned a Master of Arts degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Northern Colorado in 1981, and began serving at Mount Evans in 1994. She lives in Genesee with her husband, Jim, and her incurably adorable Boston Terriers, Hertzl and Izzy. Her hobbies include swimming, traveling, reading, writing, and seeing her favorite musician in every city and country in the world. (What do you mean, “Who is her favorite musician?”) Deb says she “cannot imagine working with colleagues more dedicated and delightful than those at Mount Evans. This team honors those in need in our mountain community with a special blend of clinical knowledge, warmth and compassion. And among staff, we treat one another as ‘family.’ How many agencies can boast of colleagues who call us with new referrals and end their messages with ‘love ya bunches’? That’s Mount Evans!”

Mary White, MPT

White Mary WebsiteMary has been a physical therapist at Mount Evans since 2010. She received her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Andrews University and Manual Therapy Certification from the University of St. Augustine. An Evergreen resident, Mary loves running, swimming, cross-country skiing, and camping with her family. She says, “I love working at Mount Evans because I have amazing co-workers, and it’s so gratifying to help people return to doing things they love.”