Clark McCoy, MD, FASAM – President & CEO
Dr. Clark S. McCoy is board-certified in Addiction Medicine, Family Medicine, and Obesity Medicine. Clark is the President and Medical Director of Front Range Clinic with multiple locations including Fort Collins, Greeley, and Longmont, Colorado. In 1994 Dr. McCoy graduated from the Medical College of Wisconsin with honors in Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. He completed his internship and residency at the University of Florida, where he served as the Chief Resident during his final year. He has work experience in Emergency Medicine, Inpatient medical consulting, Urgent Care, Family Practice, and Clinic Management. In 2014 Dr. McCoy founded Front Range Clinic.
Jeremy Dubin, DO, FASAM – Medical Director
Dr. Dubin graduated from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) in 2002, and Completed his Family Medicine Residency in Colorado Springs, CO in 2005. Dr. Dubin has been board certified in Addiction Medicine since 2006 and lectures and teaches locally, nationally, and internationally in the field of Addiction Medicine. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in the Department of Family Medicine and Clinical Faculty Adjunct at Rocky Vista College of Osteopathic Medicine (RVCOM). He runs an Addiction Medicine rotation for the Fort Collins Family Medicine Residency and is a past member of the Opioid Advisory Panel for the Office of Behavioral Health and the state of Colorado. He emphasizes treating people, not just disease, and enjoys working with patients and medical providers to create long term recovery solutions that promote better health and wellness. Dr. Dubin is an official U.S. Ski Team Physician and a past NAUI Scuba Instructor.
Patricia “Trish” Malouff – Administrative Director
Trish oversees all staffing and administrative employees. Trish has been with FRC since it was founded in 2014. She received her Bachelor’s in Biology & Biochemistry from the University of New Mexico. Trish is the behind-the-scenes master of all things Front Range Clinic and ensures that this organization runs efficiently, professionally, and compassionately. Trish ensures that the foundation of Front Range Clinic remains compassionate and accessible as each new facility opens.
Donna Goldstrom, LAC, LPC – Clinical Director
Donna maintains the OBH licensure and all behavioral health programming at Front Range Clinic, with over 20 years’ experience in treating addictive disorders and working in integrated settings. Donna received her Master’s Degree from Kent State University in 1997. She is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Addictions Counselor with the State of Colorado. Donna has worked in a variety of settings including residential, outpatient, private practice and medical clinics for the last 20 years. Before joining Front Range Clinic in September of 2017, she worked for the Health District of Northern Larimer County at an integrated care program at the Family Medicine Center in Fort Collins. Donna has experience both in addictions and in integrated care working in conjunction with and training resident family physicians for the last 14 years.
Dayna DeHerrera-Smith, MPH – Marketing & Outreach Coordinator
Dayna is tasked with building and maintaining community partnerships. Dayna has a Master’s of Public Health from the Colorado School of Public Health and has enjoyed bringing a public health perspective to Front Range Clinic and the clients. She is passionate about access to treatment and harm reduction practices. She wears many hats at FRC, but all her jobs are based on ensuring that FRC clients receive the best care possible.
Pedro Tomasel – Lab Manager
Lindsey McLellan – Assistant to the Administrative Director
Regional Medical Directors
Colleen Weissmann, MD
Dr. Weissmann graduated Magna Cum Laude from Florida State University. She graduated with honors from University of South Alabama and is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Society. Dr. Weissmann completed her medical residency in Internal Medicine at Thomas Jefferson Hospital in Philadephia, PA in 1991. After moving to Colorado, she practiced internal medicine for over 20 years. Dr. Weissmann became interested in addiction medicine after the disease impacted her family. She joined Front Range clinic in December of 2016. She treats each patient with care and compassion and strives to curtail their medical care according to their individual needs. She offers experience, strength and hope to each patient under her care. In her free time Dr Weissmann enjoys tennis, hiking, yoga, and spending time with her family.
James B. Shuler, DO, MS, FACOEP, FAWM, FASAM
Dr. Shuler has lived in Colorado since age 6, growing up in the Fort Collins area. He attended Colorado Timberline Academy in Durango for high school and after that became an MP in the United States Army. After that, he returned to Fort Collins where he was self-employed in a couple different ventures before attending College at Colorado State University where he did a double major in Botany and Zoology. After graduating, he attended medical school at Des Moines University where he also received a
master’s degree in Healthcare Administration. He then attended internship residency in emergency medicine at Michigan State University in Lansing, Michigan. He then returned to Colorado and practiced emergency medicine in a wide variety of emergency departments including locum tenens work in multiple states and started an urgent care business with other partners.
Dr. Shuler’s passion for addiction medicine arose from his own recovery from alcoholism over a decade ago. He began his training at Harmony Foundation and worked under and with several addiction medicine specialists in a variety of practices over the past 6 years. He is currently dual board-certified in addiction and emergency medicine with a subspecialty fellowship in wilderness medicine. He currently
lives with his wife in Lafayette, Colorado and has two girls, ages 19 and 22, and two stepchildren ages 19 and 25. He is currently the Medical Director for inpatient addiction treatment at the Foundry in Steamboat, Colorado, and Choice House/Lookout in Boulder, Colorado. Additionally, he is a regional medical director for Front Range Clinics, devoted to outpatient addiction treatment and works with the Denver Recovery Group, another outpatient addiction treatment facility. His hobbies include gourmet cooking, as much travel as possible, and a variety of outdoor activities in
Shaun Gogarty, MD
Truly understanding addiction is at the root of addressing it, and few people have had first hand experience with addiction like Dr. Gogarty. More than two decades as an emergency physician put him at the forefront of the opioid crisis. He witnessed the devastation as ever-increasing numbers of people were injured and killed by heroin. Worse, he dealt with the crisis personally as it unfolded in his family. A science educator before becoming a physician, Dr. Gogarty can make the most complicated topics easily understandable. Presently practicing addiction medicine keeps him attuned to the struggle of this problem. His extensive experience presenting to everyone from medical and behavioral health experts to elementary school students has honed his ability to help all people fully understand the tragedy of opioid abuse disorder and yet provide hopeful solutions.
Aaron Druck, FNP-C
Adam Musgrave, PA
Brianna Babb, PA
Charles Bertuch, MD
Elizabeth (Betsy) Walton, NP-C
Erin Hameroff, NP
Gail Logue, FNP-BC
Jill Erlenbusch, APN
Karen Bant-Kreutzer, NP
Lindsay Shillinglaw, PA
Mandy Barreras , NP
Melissa Lowe, NP
Dave Marshant, MD
Hope Manning, PA
Meryn Harwood, NP
Kathleen Crislip, NP
Terri Caton, NP
Jillian Murphy, NP
Samantha Gehring, NP
Robin Bentley, NP
Ross Ledgerwood, APN
Amy Kassirer, NP
Rachael Kjelden, NP
Sherri Musgrave, PA-C
Pat Berndt, NP-C
Katelyn Feczko, NP
Jennifer Musgrave, PA
Dana Murphy-Parker, MS, PMHNP-BC, CARN-AP
Rachel Mommer, DNP, FNP-BC
Collin Zander, NP
Tonia Bershinsky, FNP-C