Lisa Isenberg, PNP
PPSW Horse
Savannah Porter
Amy Hurley, MD
Durango Pediatrician
Pediatric Partners of the Southwest
Dr. Jessica Marsh
Durango Baby Doctor

PPSW IS PLEASED TO PROVIDE THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE PEDIATRIC SERVICES IN DURANGO AND THE FOUR CORNERS REGION.

Patient Portal

We use our patient portal to complete paperwork before appointments, provide resources, and communicate with families about lab results, medications, and other topics. If you haven't signed up for portal access yet, please click on the link above and get set up!

Meet Our Providers

Below is our wonderful team of board certified Pediatricians, Physician's Assistants, and Pediatric Nurse Practitioners who specialize in the care of infants, children and young adults.

Click on any provider to learn more.

New Patient?

 Welcome to PPSW! If your family is brand-new to our practice, begin by creating a portal account by clicking on

PATIENT PORTAL above.
 

You can pay your bill to PPSW securely through Instamed. Click here to pay your bill now

Our Services

 PPSW provides the most comprehensive pediatric services

in Durango and the Four Corners Region.

PRIMARY CARE

Our PPSW providers are pleased to offer primary care visits in our office at Horse Gulch Health Campus. SAME DAY AND
SATURDAY SICK VISITS.

NEW! VIRTUAL VISITS.

CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL PEDIATRIC SPECIALIST VISITS

PPSW hosts In-Person and 

Tele-health Clinics in Durango

INTEGRATED BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

Specializing in Support and Community Referrals​

MERCY HOSPITALISTS

Our board-certified pediatricians serve as Mercy Regional Medical Center’s only pediatricians. Mercy Hospitalists provide 24 hour-a-day, 7 day-a-week coverage.

PEDIATRIC PARTNERS IN THE SCHOOLS

PPSW has multiple school-based health centers across southwest Colorado.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Changes to Visits

 

Exciting news! We are opening well visits to ALL AGES starting Monday 5/18/2020. 

 

So, how are we keeping you and your loved ones safe while we do this?

 

1. Horse Gulch will primarily be seeing well visits inside our clinic starting 5/18/2020.

2. DHS and Bayfield clinics will be seeing well visits in the morning and sick visits in the afternoon starting 5/18/2020.

3. We are still utilizing telemedicine visits for most sick visits and follow ups. We will not have any fevers, cough, sore throat, diarrhea, rashes inside the clinic. We will still be evaluating these via telemedicine, and if we need to see you in person, at your car. Depending on your conversation with our triage nurse/provider, we may see things like concussions, headaches in the office.

4. We ask that each child/teen/baby we are seeing to be accompanied by one parent and no siblings when possible. We understand that this just may not be possible so please discuss when you call to schedule. We are happy to have the other parent on facetime/speaker etc so they can be involved in the visit.

5. We ask anyone who can (those over 2 years of age and without lung disease such as COPD) to wear a mask as soon as they enter the door and until they leave the office. If you do not have one we have a small supply of bandanas and cloth masks to share with you.

6. We will be wearing surgical masks when we see you, trying to sit 6 feet away from you while talking, and then put on a faceshield over that surgical mask when we examine your child.

 

Please know that these precautions are to keep you and our employees safe so that we can keep taking care of you. Thank you for your patience and please let us know if we need to troubleshoot anything to help take care you.

 

Hope to see you soon!

COVID-19 Information

There are a lot of fears and miscommunication out there about coronavorus/COVID-19 so we wanted to share the resources we rely on in epidemics such as this. 

 

https://sjbpublichealth.org/coronavirus/

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/faq.html

Childrens Hospital Colorado hotline for parents with questions about COVID-19: 720-777-2221

 

If you are worried your child has COVID-19, please call our clinic and talk to a triage nurse about the right way to be seen by a provider, and we can assist you through this process. Please do NOT take your child to a clinic or urgent care that will not be able to provide testing for COVID-19 concerns without first discussing with someone ahead of time so we can help make sure proper infectious disease prevention procedures are taken to limit the spread. We want to take care of your kiddos while also doing our part in containing the virus!

 

In the meantime here are some tips to help prevent infection:

1. DO practice good hand hygiene! Wash for 20 seconds and scrub all the nooks and crannies. Count it out or sing your ABCs or Happy Birthday! Do this before you eat or touch your face and after you sneeze/blow your nose/cough into hands, etc.

2. Do NOT touch your face without washing your hands first. 

3. Do NOT take your sick kiddos around the grandparents or people with medical conditions such as heart problems, diabetes, and lung problems. 

4. DO wear a mask when in public

When talking about possible COVID infection, we may talk about major and minor symptoms. For your reference, these are those symptoms:

Major Symptoms

- Feeling Feverish or Having Chills

- Fever >100.4 degrees F

- Loss of Taste or Smell

- New or Unexplained Persistent Cough

- Shortness of Breath or Difficulty Breathing

Minor Symptoms

- Sore throat

- Runny nose / Congestion

- Muscle / Body Aches

- Headache

- Fatigue

- Nausea / Vomiting

- Diarrhea

COVID Handouts

COVID Fact Sheet (CDC)

COVID How to Help When You're Sick (CDC)

Triage Notes - Diagnosed or Suspected COVID

Triage Notes - Exposed to COVID

Triage Notes - COVID prevention

COVID Fact Sheet (CDC) - Spanish

COVID How to Help When You're Sick (CDC) - Spanish

Resources to Help Your Kids During Isolation / Social Distancing

Tara Branch Pandemic Care Resources

How To Talk To Your Kids About Coronavirus

Six Daily Questions to Ask Yourself During Quarantine

How to Help Teens Shelter in Place

Greater Good's Guide to Well-Being During Coronavirus

A Kids' Guide to Coronavirus - The Daily (podcast)

Hours:

Main Clinic (Horse Gulch)

Monday - Friday

8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Saturday Clinic

9:00 am – 12:00 pm 

Bayfield Clinic

Monday - Friday

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Durango High School

Monday - Friday

8:30 am – 4:30 pm

(hours vary during the summer and holidays)

After hours nurse on call:

970-375-0100

© 2018 by PPSW

Contact us for more information:

Telephone: 970-375-0100

Fax: 970-375-9210

 

Horse Gulch Health Campus

810 E 3rd St #301

Durango, CO 81301

Satellite Offices:

Silverton Public Schools
1160 Snowden St 

Silverton, CO 81433

Bayfield Schools
658 S East St 

Bayfield, CO 81122

Durango High School
School-Based Health Center

2390 Main Ave

Durango, CO 81301

Your PPSW Providers: 
Kim Caruso MD 
Cecile Fraley MD 
Brenda Huffman  MD
Amy Hurley MD

Lisa Isenberg PNP 
Aimee Jacoby PA-C
Betsy Kastak PNP 
David MacLaurin MD 

Jessica Marsh MD
Heidi McMillan MD

Kelly Miller MD 
Savannah Porter PA-C

Amanda Singh, PNP

Our Integrated Behavioral Health Providers:
LeAnn Shaw, MA LMFT

Shayla Walker

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