Excellent patient care inspired by compassion


Bret Kort, MD

It is a privilege for me to be an OB/GYN physician and see a wonderful variety of patients. In a given day, it's not unusual for me to perform surgeries, do a delivery, and see patients in the office. I enjoy meeting new patients and seeing patients I’ve cared for over the past fifteen years. I have been truly blessed to have a wonderful wife for twenty-six years, three healthy children, loving parents, and a dedicated staff at the office. My interests include playing a wide variety of sports, gardening, playing the trombone, and being an active member of 1st Presbyterian Church.

Jacqueline Skaggs, DO

After 17 years in Oklahoma, I am so happy to be back in Colorado Springs!

Jeffrey Snyder, MD

After a brief stint in urgent care, I transitioned back to traditional family medicine, looking forward to long term, multi-generational relationships.

Michael Yoesel, MD

I always try to make it fun. After all, life is what you make of it. I want the doctor's office to be less stressful and more enjoyable.

Dawn Roberts, DO

I was born and raised in the Colorado Springs area and am excited to provide medical care to this community. 

After losing a close family member, I realized preventive care may have made a difference and chose family practice. 

Amy Owen, DO

I joined Mountain View Medical Group in July 2005 after completing my residency at the St. Anthony Family Medicine Residency program in Denver. My undergraduate training was done at the University of Northern Colorado. Between college and medical school, I served four years active duty Air Force as a personnel officer in San Antonio, Texas. I was born in South Dakota, but I consider Colorado home. I enjoy the outdoors - hiking and fishing mostly, with the occasional snowshoe excursion. My artistic side is not easy to tap into, but I enjoy crocheting and needle point.

Victoria Mallon, MD

I knew from an early age that I wanted to live in and experience "the city". Growing up in NY, I attended college and medical school in the Bronx. I had wonderful experiences at Fordham University which early on helped shaped my interest in medicine and community service. I embraced my education at Albert Einstein College of Medicine where I learned about complex disease processes in busy inner city hospitals. I took a year off to pursue research in Africa and learn Spanish in Ecuador. It was an education I wouldn’t trade for any other.

Ted Lawson, MD

My 14 years in the Air Force helped develop my passion to care for families within the concept of my community.

Michelle Klismith, MD

I love taking care of children and adults; I also have a special interest in musculoskeletal/ sports injuries and preventative medicine.

Warren Jaeger, MD

After serving in the United States Air Force for 27 years, I joined Mountain View Medical Group in 1996.

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