Pagosa Springs Medical Center and The Clinic at Pagosa Springs Medical Center providers are dedicated, experienced individuals whose goal is to provide patients with exceptional care.

Pagosa Springs Medical Center Providers –  (970)731-3700

Dr. Nick Kurz, DO, is an Osteopathic Physician and specializes in Preventative and Sports medicine with a special interest in nutrition and wellness. Dr. Kurz is also a Level II accredited Worker’s Compensation provider. As an Osteopath, he provides manipulative treatments, and is also trained in the full spectrum of Family Medicine. After years of visiting friends here, he was finally able to make this his home and enjoys hiking, biking and snowboarding.
Fran Schreiber-Custer, PA specializes in family medicine and women’s health, as well as ER, bringing a wealth of knowledge to the clinic. She graduated at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and has worked at various medical facilities such as Keefe Memorial Hospital, Prairie View Clinic, and Kit Carson Outreach Clinic. Fran found Pagosa Springs through her longtime friend, Martin Neubert.  Since moving here, she has enjoyed fishing, hiking, and skiing with her family and loves to take in the beautiful scenery Pagosa has to offer.
Robert Gruver, PA has both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies, graduating from the University of Nebraska Medical Center PA program. He has published 4 medical journal articles, and he has had a 21 year career in the US Air Force, retiring in 2001.
Peter D. Marshall, MD, completed Family Medicine residency at the University of Colorado in 2007, while serving as chief resident.  While there, he completed a primary care sports medicine fellowship program.  During this year he assisted with orthopedic surgeries, served as a team physician for Division I college athletes, and worked in the ski area clinic at Mt Crested Butte.  He worked in private practice as a sports medicine physician for two years in Boulder County before deciding to relocate to Southwest Colorado. Dr. Marshall loves taking care of active patients of all ages and athletic pursuits.  In addition to his interest in diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal injuries, he enjoys connecting with his patients, promoting a natural diet, and creating a personalized program of regular physical activity for his patients.
Charlene Borja, DO, attended college in New York and medical school in Maine. She then moved to Denver in 2006 to complete her residency training at Rose Hospital, and afterward began working in a private practice in Aurora. She enjoys working in a rural, underserved area. Her hobbies include hiking, biking, yoga and now horsebackriding and fishing! She also enjoys live music and reading.
Eric Meyer, MD has been a board-certified Comprehensive Ophthalmologist since first becoming eligible in 2001. Dr. Meyer’s clinical interests include advanced cataract surgery, comprehensive eye care, eyelid plastic surgery, and medical retina diagnosis and treatment.
Joshua Zastrocky, MD is a board-certified Glaucoma Specialist whose clinical Interests include glaucoma treatment and surgery, comprehensive eye care, and advanced cataract surgery, and neuro-ophthalmology.
David Hughes, MD received his medical degree from the University of Utah School of Medicine. He has been an Emergency Physician at Mercy Regional Medical Center since 2004. He has been a Medical Director for the Upper San Juan Ambulance Service, Tristate Careflight in Durango, Durango Mountain Resort ski patrol, Silverton Ambulance and the San Juan and Archuleta County’s Search and Rescue.
Carol Nasralla, MD, being the daughter of missionaries, spent much of her youth living in India and traveling the world. She returned to the states and began her college education, continuing on to medical school at the University of Illinois in Chicago. After graduating in 1997, she completed her residency in family medicine at West Suburban Hospital in Oak Park, Illinois, with an emphasis in Women’s Health and Obstetrics. Carole has lived in Pagosa Springs for 10 years now, and she has worked at the Indian Health Service in Dulce, New Mexico during that time. Carole, her husband Dave, and their four children stay active in the Pagosa Springs area, whether they are hiking, biking, or swimming, and they also love to travel. She is very excited to finally be able to practice medicine in the community in which she lives, and she will be working at the clinic part-time, providing mostly women’s health and prenatal care.
Robin Galloway, MD is a Colorado native happy to be living in a beautiful mountain town again.  She graduated from UCHSC in Denver in 2001, and completed her family practice residency in Anchorage, AK.  She works as a hospitalist physician serving the ER and inpatient service in Pagosa Springs, and continues to travel to Alaska once a quarter to help care for the indigenous population in the Bethel area.
John (Jack) Cartier, MD earned his BA in Chemistry from Arizona State University in 1972 and his MD from the University of Arizona in 1977. After practicing in Shiprock for a few years, Dr. Cartier began serving patients as an ER physician at Mercy Medical Center until 2010. He is board certified in Emergency Medicine and an American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) charter member.
Photo coming soon! Jessaca Cassady, LCSW, is a clinical social worker that specializes in behavioral health issues for adults and children. She earned her BA in psychology from Fort Lewis College in 2001 and her MSW from University of Denver in 2006. Jessaca was raised in Southwest Colorado and received all of her training here. Jessaca has worked in public and private non profits for the last 10 years navigating systems and helping people identify and address barriers to living the life they want to live. She loves the mountains and vast open land still available to explore. Jessaca spends her free time volunteering with Girl Scouts of Colorado, her Church, as well as, camping, hiking, and spending time with her husband and three daughters.