Dr. Shilling comes to us after completing his OBGYN residency with Michigan State University/Ascension Providence Hospital in 2021. He is academically decorated having held the position of OBGYN Chief Resident at Ascension Providence Hospital, he received the Resident Physician Educator of the Year Award in 2020 and 2021, and Resident Teach of the Year Award consecutively in 2019, 2020, and 2021.
Dr. Harlow comes to us with experience in both the civilian and military spaces. She spent 12 years serving in the United States Air Force and received a multitude of commendations such as the Air Force Meritorious Service Medal (2022), Air Force Commendation Medal (2018) and was an Honors Graduate from the United States Air Force Commissioned Officer Training (2011) . Academically she received the Steven L. Berk, M.D.
I grew up in Golden, Colorado, and went to CU Boulder for biology and Chinese language. I completed my medical school at Rocky Vista University in 2018, and did residency through Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
I strive to be a partner in your medical decision-making, and I look forward to building strong relationships with the women and families of Colorado Springs. My special areas of interest are high-risk pregnancy, minimally invasive surgery, and contraception.
Dr. Bejarano is an academically- and professionally-decorated physician. He comes to us with experience in primary care, emergency care, and infectious diseases—particularly HIV. He also has volunteer experience in treating underserved communities such as Native American and indigenous populations and he is trilingual speaking English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Dr. Estep comes to us with a plethora of medical experience serving pediatric patients. Upon receiving her medical degree from the University of Zurich in Switzerland, she completed her pediatric residency at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.
When it comes to her patients, Dr. Estep is passionate about family centered and empowered preventive medical care for children of all ages. Beyond her interest in allergies and infectious diseases, she focuses in child development and emphasizes healthy lifestyles.
Daniel Burke, DO, joined the Mountain View Medical Group – Briargate Medical Associates team in August of 2020. Dr. Burke earned his medical degree from Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2017, followed by completion of his family medicine residency at Peak Vista Community Health Centers in June 2020. He strives to provide high quality, whole person care. Dr. Burke believes medical care should be a collaboration between the patient and provider based on compassion and trust.
Growing up, I admired my grandfather’s medical practice and also desired a career where I could provide a meaningful impact in people's lives, so I chose medicine. I am a graduate of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine- Georgia Campus. While I was in college, I joined the U.S. Air Force, which ultimately brought me to Colorado Springs for the first time in 2013. I was stationed at the Air Force Academy as a Flight Surgeon, a medical officer for pilots, until 2017.
I moved to Colorado Springs after completing my pediatric residency at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital, just outside of New York City. Prior to that, I attended medical school in Parker, Colorado at Rocky Vista University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine. Pediatric primary care is my passion because I love being able to watch children grow and support their families along the way.
I’ve wanted to be a ‘kid’s doctor’ since I was young, and now I’m lucky enough to have my dream job! I grew up in Mesa, Arizona and completed medical school and residency in Texas. It was my honor to serve in the United States Air Force and while stationed at the Air Force Academy, my family and I fell in love with Colorado Springs and decided to call it home. I love kids and my wife would agree I am just a big kid at heart. I believe that optimal care for each child is achieved through a partnership of trust between an empathetic physician and a child’s family.
I grew up in Sioux Falls, SD where I attended Augustana College studying Biology, Philosophy, running Track and Field, and Cross-Country. I went on to complete Medical School at the University of South Dakota and my Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine Residency at the University of Nebraska before moving to Colorado Springs in the fall of 2018. Along they way, I taught high school, played fiddle in an indy band, and traveled to various countries doing medical work and cultivating a global perspective in medicine.