Kelly married her high school sweetheart and has two sons, two beautiful daughters-in-law and five fabulous grandchildren. In her spare time, she loves spending time with the grandkids, spending time with her husband at their cabin and most Octobers she can be found in Albuquerque, New Mexico with friends participating in the Albuquerque International Balloon Fest.
If you look her up, you will find Kelly doesn’t appear anywhere as her legal name. She was the last of 5 kids born to Scotch Irish parents. Her Dad wanted to name her Kelly but her Mom didn’t feel that was a ‘proper’ young ladies name. So she was named Colleen Anne and called Kelly from day one.
Since moving to Colorado, Haley has continued grow upon her undergraduate degree, learning about the bio-psycho-social connection. She believes acknowledging all of these areas is imperative for a person’s well-being. Haley has personally experienced the healing benefits of yoga, mindfulness and healthy food choices and has a strong desire to incorporate these values into traditional medicine and produce the best outcomes for her patients.
Haley recently got married and enjoys skiing, practicing yoga, reading, and spending time with her husband, Dylan, and cat, Ziggy.
Dr. Flanigan (a twin) with his wife Barbara (married for more than 40 years, also a twin, and maiden name Flanigan) had always planned to practice in the Philadelphia area, but fell in love with Colorado and never left. He had a hospital cardiology practice at St. Joseph and Presbyterian St. Luke’s hospitals until he joined HealthMark in 2012, which he says has been the best decision he has ever made.
He has 4 children and 10 grandchildren and all live within 10 minutes of him. Dr. Flanigan has had a long career in the sport of rowing, and was on the US national team competing in the World Championships, Pan-American games, and pre-Olympic Games, where he was silver medalist. While on the Olympic team, he was accepted to medical school and the Dean of the school would not permit a deferment. The team went on to win the gold medal in Tokyo that year while Dr. Flanigan was in anatomy class. Since then, he has pursued competitive Masters rowing, and has won 25 World Championships, 21 US Championships, and is still competing. He is very proud of his physician daughter, Kate, Medical Director of the Department of Interior, and co-author of Longevity Made Simple a Denver best seller (2007), which is a testament to his avid interest in preventive cardiology.
Dr. Flansburg joined HealthMark in June 1999. He specializes in women’s medical problems (such as PMS and infertility), sports injuries, and children’s healthcare. Dr. Flansburg has an extensive background in nutrition as well as nutritional supplements.
Dr. Flansburg is married and has two sons.
At HealthMark, Dr. Frey has chosen to focus only on office gynecologic care and minor procedures. She has developed a special interest in menopausal medicine and has over a decade of experience in prescribing compounded bioidentical hormones. She also spends a great deal of time exploring non-hormonal approaches to the management of menopausal symptoms, always tailoring the discussion to the wishes of each individual patient. Dr. Frey also has a professional interest and experience in the management of sexual dysfunction..
Dr. Frey holds clinical faculty appointments with the University of Colorado Medical School and the Swedish Hospital Family Medicine residency. Dr. Frey enjoys teaching medical students and residents and often has one working with her in the clinic.
Dr. Frey is married with five boys, many of whom have left home to start their own adventures. She and her husband are avid cyclists, and she also enjoys skiing, gardening, reading novels, and playing violin.
After graduating, Shari worked in rural communities doing everything from home visits to inpatient hospital care to clinic visits. She feels it is important to treat the whole person and involve the patient in the plan of care.
Shari has been married to her college sweetheart for over 22 years. She has 2 sons and 2 daughters and one very spoiled grandson. She enjoys watching sports, especially Nebraska football and college basketball.
After moving to Utah with her family, Dr. Young started private practice. She led her community in providing minimally invasive procedures including operative laparoscopy, in-office hysteroscopy and interventional 3D ultrasound. Believing that patients and health care providers should work as a team, she and her staff helped patients address infertility, chronic pelvic pain, pelvic floor weakness, bleeding issues, hormonal disorders, as well as alternatives to hysterectomy.
Dr. Young has traveled throughout the United States speaking on various women’s health issues, and alternatives to hysterectomy. She has presented at national meetings of the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine.
Wanting to pursue new arenas in women’s healthcare, Dr. Young closed her successful medical practice in Utah and went on to do In-Vitro Fertilization in Tacoma, WA. As that practice closed and a new opportunity emerged in North Carolina, a severe injury in her immediate family necessitated a career pause while providing home care. Crisis now resolved, it is with great pleasure that Dr. Young joins Dr. Frey in providing office gynecology to the patients of HealthMark.