Dr. Copeland has been practicing family medicine since 2006 and enjoys the broad spectrum of care. “I believe open communication is most important for a good doctorpatient relationship,” she relates. “I take time to listen and identify specific concerns to help achieve individual health care goals. As a physician, I feel that improving overall health and well-being also requires an understanding of social, cultural background and mental health care needs.” In her free time, Dr. Copeland leads a Girl Scout troop and loves working with the girls to achieve their goals, and seeing their confidence and leadership skills grow.
In practice since 2006
M.D.: Indiana University School of Medicine
St. Vincent Hospital, Family Medicine
University of Kentucky, Primary Care Sports Medicine
American Board of Family Medicine
Member of American Academy of Family Physicians and Mesa County Independent Physician Association
Rock climbing, running and playing piano