Trauma Informed Medical Services
Katie Richardson, MD
Katie Richardson, MD, is a Board-Certified Pediatrician, consultant, entrepreneur, and experienced healthcare leader. Dr. Richardson spent the majority of her career providing pediatric care on behalf of Kaiser Permanente Colorado (KPCO). In addition to caring for patients, she held several leadership positions including Area Operations Chief, Director of Physician Experience, and Director of Philanthropy for the medical group. She now has a concierge telehealth practice and is excited to begin seeing patients at CWCC. Dr. Richardson enjoys partnering with parents on their child’s health and has a passion for prevention, mental health and healthy eating/active living. When Dr. Richardson is not working, she volunteers her time with two non-profits and enjoys watching her daughter play softball.
Robin Kelly, Physician Assistant
Robin is a board-certified Physician Assistant with over 10 years of clinical experience. Her growing desire to connect more holistically to patients has led her to adopt an integrative approach to caring for her patients. It is her belief that we must investigate all aspects of ourselves in order to achieve our highest potential of physical and emotional well-being.
After completing an undergraduate degree in Spanish and International Relations at Colorado State University (and University of Sevilla, Spain), she volunteered in Paraguay, Peru, and Costa Rica. Upon a life-changing year abroad, she relocated back to the States to continue her education. She received a P.A. degree from the University of California- Davis.
Raised in northern California, but a Colorado native, she is happy to once again call Colorado home. Her life is made abundant by sharing the joys and challenges of life with family, friends, and clients. A few of her greatest delights are laughing with her nieces; trail running; traveling; meditating; fostering dogs; and dancing to great music.
Gillian Cremona, MS, CPNP
Originally from Centennial, Colorado, I am proud to be a native Coloradoan! I have always been a caretaker and knew from a young age that I wanted to work with children and adolescents. I had a life changing experience in my early 20's at the end of nursing school when a very close cousin was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 15 years old. I knew immediately that I would continue to become a pediatric nurse practitioner. I obtained my MSN and my pediatric nurse practitioner certification in 2009 and have had the opportunity to practice in both primary and acute care settings treating both children and adolescents. I have been able to cultivate a true passion for treating the physical, emotional, and mental needs of each patient from both my personal and professional experiences and place high value on the importance of an integrative health care approach within and among colleagues. I believe in a gentle approach with a little bit of humor in my approach to my relationships with patients and their families and I encourage any and all questions along the way! In my free time I love to be outside in the Colorado sunshine taking walks, playing pickleball, and spending time with my daughter.
Matthew Werner, AGPCNP, MSN
Matthew is an Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner with an education from the University of Colorado and experience in public and women's health as well as Sociology, and Spanish. He became a registered nurse to work with underserved communities and continues to seek out service opportunities as a board-certified Nurse Practitioner to ensure those seeking help can receive it. Matthew is from the Denver area and wants to share the knowledge he has in order to help patients make connections that enrich and improve their lives. He looks forward to travelling more in the future and one day reach a lifetime goal of visiting all the countries in Central and South America.