Meet the Mint Lone Tree Staff
Amy Merritt, MD
Dr. Amy Merritt is a primary care physician who was born and raised in Hoven, South Dakota. She attended the University of South Dakota for both her undergraduate and medical degrees, and then completed a residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Hurley Medical Center in Flint, Michigan.
She has previously worked as a primary care physician in both Thornton and Limon, Colorado, and as a primary care physician and hospitalist in Slidell, Louisiana.
Dr. Merritt believes in the importance of the mind/body/spirit connection, and that the healing of each component is paramount to an individual’s health and well-being. She has trained in traditional Western medicine and believes in coordinating care with other modalities of healing. She believes staying physically, mentally, and spiritually active are important keys to maintaining one’s health.
Her interests include cooking, traveling, and spending time with family.
Care Style, Values, and Philosophy
Dr. Merritt believes that taking the time to listen by providing extended appointments is key to helping patients develop goals towards reaching their optimal health.
Many health concerns and issues can be managed with patient guided care through preventive and routine screenings as well as fitness and nutrition.
Her mission is to ensure that all of your health concerns are addressed and you are guided to maintain or improve your health.
Should specialty care be needed, you will be guided to the most capable providers and therapists.
Dr. Merritt has extensive experience with all ages and types of illnesses. So your whole family can receive the best care you can imagine!
Tasha was adopted from Russia as an infant by her outstandingly caring family, and they moved to Colorado in her early years. After high school, she moved to Grand Junction, CO and graduated from Colorado Mesa University (CMU) with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science in 2018. While finishing her studies, she received her Phlebotomy Certification, from the American Society of Clinical Pathology through CMU.
During her days at CMU, she spent her free time hiking the mesas with her Australian Shepherd, volunteering, and spending time with her friends and family.
After college, Tasha worked in a Physical Therapy clinic where she was constantly in contact with insurance companies. Through her work, she realized the need for membership-based models such as Mint Health Clinics Lone Tree. Models like these simplify the unnecessarily complicated system, and ease the financial pressure that goes hand-in-hand with healthcare. She believes that healthcare should be effective, efficient, and accessible to all and is excited to be a part of a clinic that shares the sentiment.