What We Treat
*Colds, cough and flu
*Urinary tract infections
*Strains and sprains
*Minor lacerations (stitches)
*Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea
*Medication refills (no narcotics)
*Most illness & injury seen in Urgent Care
(no price increases since 2015!)
• House Calls
• Oxygen concentrator rental $150 for set up and first 24 hours, then $50/day.
$350 for 1 week.
• medications, IV’s, treatments, and follow up visits are extra and vary in price.
• we do offer a discount house call fee per patient for multiple people in the same place of lodging
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Payment and Insurance
While we do not accept insurance, we will provide you with a detailed superbill (receipt) that you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.
Reimbursement depends on your coverage plan, benefits, deductibles etc. We recommend consulting your insurance carrier regarding coverage of out-of-network urgent care.
We are not contracted through Medicare. Medicare will not reimburse patients for our services.
For payment we accept:
David Gray MD
David Gray MD is a Board Certified emergency room physician with 39 years experience. He has been an expert in Altitude Medicine and resident of Breckenridge for over 16 years. Dr. Gray started High Altitude Mobile Physicians as he saw a need for an alternative to waiting hours in an emergency facililty and spending an enormous amount of money to be seen for something that could be easily and safely taken care of in the home.
Les Shook MSN, NP-C
Les Shook MSN, NP-C is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner with over 11 years’ experience in emergency and ICU nursing. As a Nurse Practitioner, Les has over 9 years’ experience in Urgent and Acute Care and Home Care. He earned his Master’s Degree at University of Colorado, Colorado Springs through Beth El School of Nursing. Les is also a Major in the Air Force Reserves serving on the Critical Care Air Transport Team. He has led several medical training exercises through the AF.
Kristen Duffy MSN, ANP, GNP
MSN, ANP, GNP is a board-certified Adult and Geriatric Nurse Practitioner. She has been in
nursing for over 10 years. She earned her Master’s Degree at Case Western
Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Her nursing experience includes 3 years
in Cardiology and over 7 years experience as an NP which includes working with
an Internal Medicine practice in an acute inpatient rehab facility as well as
experience in Pulmonary and Infectious Disease.
Danielle Shook MSN, NP-C
Danielle Shook MSN, NP-C is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She has been in nursing for over 26 years. She earned her Master’s Degree at University of Colorado, Colorado Springs through Beth El School of Nursing. Her nursing experience includes 10 years in Obstetrics and 7 years in Hospice home care. She has over 8 years’ experience as an NP which includes Family Practice at the Air Force Academy, Urgent Care, Acute after hours care with the ARMY Premier Clinic and House Calls.
Cathy Poral RN has been a registered nurse for over 25 years. She earned her Bachelors of Science in Nursing at the Medical College of Virginia. She also holds a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Psychology. Her nursing experience includes Obstetrics, Hospice home care, community and home health nursing. She was instrumental in creating the Community & Public health division of the CO Springs Fire Department.
Our team consists of Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Registered nurses and Emergency Medical Technicians working together to provide you with the highest quality in care!
Symptoms of Altitude Sickness
• Nausea and vomiting
• Shortness of breath
• Lack of Appetite
• Disturbed sleep
• General Feeling of malaise
The consequences of moderate altitude sickness can be serious. High altitude and lower air pressure can cause fluid to leak from the capillaries that can build up both in the lungs and in the brain. There are other conditions that can also cause these symptoms, therefore, evaluation by a medical provider is essential for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment.
Tips on how to stay healthy and happy at Altitude
• Eat a high carb, low protein, low fat diet.
• Smaller more frequent meals.
• Hydrate only enough to maintain clear urine
• Avoid alcohol after 6pm for the first 48 hours
• Use sunblock SPF 30 on any exposed skin
• UV rated sunglasses or goggles are essential to protect your eyes
• Do not over exert yourself for the first 48 hours
Treatment is multi-faceted and normally includes at least 48 hours of SUPPLEMENTAL OXYGEN which is considered a medical treatment/drug by the FDA. A complete medical history and physical obtained by a licensed medical provider is essential to determine a safe and effective dosage.
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Dr. Gray was responsive, caring, timely, and very professional and knowledgeable…
Danielle came right away, checked my oxygen level and it was at 62% (Dangerously low)… She was extremely helpful and did exactly what needed to be done to get me better…
Very fast response time. Professional and caring doctor who took the time to educate and explain what was happening to my son who is 15 years old and had acute mountain sickness.
Cannot say enough about how your service is a vacation saver as we were ready to head back to denver. Danielle was awesome…
Excellent service. Les is a great professional that takes the time to get to know his patients.
Danielle was amazing! So kind & helped me with my symptoms in a professional & caring way! Thank you for helping me with the horrible experience of altitude sickness in the comfort of our condo so that I didn’t have to go to the ER & wait! I would highly recommend High Altitude MOBILE Physicians!
My little 6y/o girl came down with altitude sickness our first night in town. It was 4am, the roads were slick, and the nearest ER was 20 miles away. I called HAMP and they were at my hotel room in 30-45 minutes. The NP (Les) was great with my little girl. He treated her and we were off to the slopes that afternoon. She was back to her old self. We had a great conversation, and I will save their info for future use.
Truly a lifesaver on a Saturday evening! Dr. Gray was so nice and accommodating. Highly recommended!
Please call 970-389-7999 for a house call visit or questions.
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