Amy Hills, M.D., has joined the medical staff at Heart of the Rockies Regional
Medical Center. She will provide primary care including pediatrics, geriatrics,
and women’s health at the Buena Vista Health Center beginning Sept. 18.
Dr. Hills earned her medical degree from Georgetown University School of
Medicine in Washington, D.C., and completed her internship and residency
in family medicine with St. Mary’s Family Medicine in Grand Junction.
She grew up in Evergreen, Colorado, and attended the University of Colorado-Boulder
where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in integrative physiology.
Following graduation, Dr. Hills worked on the ski patrol at Copper Mountain
for three years. She also worked as a medical assistant at High Country
Healthcare in Breckenridge for one year before attending medical school
in Washington, D.C.
“I didn’t think that I’d ever leave Colorado but went
to medical school at Georgetown,” said Dr. Hills. “I’m
happy to be back in Colorado!”
Dr. Hills completed a clinical rotation with Mountain Medical Center in
Buena Vista during her residency and decided that she wanted to practice
medicine in a rural mountain town.
She and her husband, Rollin, look forward to raising their 19-month-old
son, Leo, in Chaffee County. “We enjoy camping, skiing and hiking
so this will be a fun place for us to live and raise Leo,” she said.
Dr. Hills will be available for appointments at the HRRMC Buena Vista Health
Center after Sept. 18. Call 719-395-9048 for more information or to make