We provide our team of board-certified doctors and practitioners with the time and technology they need to deliver high quality, patient-focused primary care to the residents of Pueblo and the entire Southern Colorado region.
What Should I Expect From My Primary Care Team At AMS Pueblo?
We believe primary care should be the first stop in your healthcare journey; it’s where you turn for guidance and support before you get sick, before you see a specialist, and before you need to seek hospital care. Our general practitioners combine excellent patient care with an efficient use of technology to deliver high-quality, affordable service that’s designed to fit your unique needs.
As your Adult Medicine Specialists primary care providers (PCPs), we take your well-being seriously. We address all your essential health needs by:
- Making prevention and wellness a priority
- Collaborating with you to customize the best plan that suits your individual needs and goals
- Providing a comprehensive, accurate, and secure repository for all your medical information
- Seamlessly coordinating your care, including tests, treatments, specialist visits, and hospitalizations
- Providing easy-to-understand, accessible advice, guidance, and insight
- Offering cost-effective options that empower you to prioritize your health
From preventive medicine to integrative care, we have the tools to keep you feeling your best — whether you’re already in good health, suffering from a minor cold, or facing a life-changing illness. Our primary care providers are your partners in cultivating and maintaining long-term health.
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Anthony Ortegon, M.D.
Dr Ortegon attended the University of Miami School of Medicine achieving his MD degree in 1975 and subsequently completing an Internal Medicine Residency program at Misericordia-Lincoln Hospital in New York City in 1978. He settled in Pueblo Colorado in 1980 and has been in private practice at same location. He has held the positions of Chief of Staff, Vice-Chief of Staff and Chief of Medicine at Parkview Hospital from 1985-1989 and served on their board until 1995.
He is married with two sons. Anthony is a pulmonologist in Dallas & Arthur is corporate lawyer in Denver. His main source of enjoyment are his two grandchildren, Bennett 6 & Olive 3.
Josephine McClure, N.P.
Josephine brings to this practice almost 50 years in healthcare experience. Jo (as she is known by colleagues) began a career in healthcare as a Hospital CORPS WAVE in the United States Navy in 1967. The love of Critical Care began when stationed at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas.
Jo’s experiences include many years in Rural Healthcare, Critical Care, ICU, CCU, Neuro Trauma, Emergency nursing and Clinical Manager of an 18 bed Critical Care Unit. Josephine earned her MSN with FNP (Family Nurse Practitioner) in 2004 from Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences, UCCS. Member of Sigma Theta Tau, International Honor Society in Nursing. Josephine enjoys the challenge of complex patients such as are cared for in this practice. Certification by American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
Greg Grahek, N.P.
Greg was born in Pueblo, Colorado where he started his professional career as an Environmental Chemist with a Bachelors in both Biology and Chemistry. This led him out of state for a few years, but the pull of family, friends and the community led him back to the great city of Pueblo.
Greg is board certified in both Acute Care and Family Nurse Practitioner. His board certifications are through the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Acute Care Nurse Practitioner provides specialized care of patients with acute, critical, and complex chronic health conditions in a hospital setting. A Family Nurse Practitioner provides continuing and comprehensive healthcare for the individual and family across all ages, genders, diseases, and body systems. These certifications emphasize the holistic nature of health and are based on knowledge, specializing in disease prevention, health promotion, and chronic disease management.
In 2005, Greg graduated Magna Cum Laude with his Bachelors of Science in Nursing from CSU-Pueblo. In 2007 he obtained a Master of Science in Nursing specializing in Acute Care and Family Nurse Practitioner from CSU-P. For the next 4 years he worked as a Hospitalist at both Parkview Medical Center and St. Mary’s Corwin Hospital as a Hospitalist. He provided care to patients that did not have doctors and to those patients from primary care providers who did not follow their patients into the hospital. In the winter of 2010, Greg accepted his current position at Adult Medicine Specialist. Greg moved into private practice so that he could provide both outpatient and hospital care for his patients.