660 Bannock St.
Denver CO 80204
Dr. Loomis has worked with underserved populations her entire career, and is currently the director of Family Medicine at Denver Health, where she is on the management team for Denver Community Health Services, a network of 8 federally qualified health centers serving over 100,000 patients. She has long had an interest training residents to work in underserved settings, and was founding director of the Denver Health track of the University of Colorado Residency. She has extensive experience in improving efficiency and quality in the office practice, and has lectured nationally on the topic. In addition, she has been involved in implementing a variety of programs to improve access to care, or provide enhanced services for needy populations. These include Title X Family Planning services, a refugee clinic at one of the health centers, and the Nurse Family Partnership home visitation program. She is also the lead for the CH cancer screening committee, charged with improving cancer screening rates. In the past year, she has been involved in two initiatives to develop the medical home: The Commonwealth fund’s Safey Net Medical Home Initiative, and the Colorado Health Foundations initiative to develop the Colorado Family Medicine residencies as Medical Homes.
Integrating family planning services into a community health center setting
Improving office efficiency, using lean systems analysis
Continuity of care
Improving cancer screening rates in a medically underserved setting
Denver Medical Society Board
American Association of Family Physicians
Colorado Association of Family Physicians
American Public Health Association
Colorado Community Health Network (Director Clinical Advisory Network from 2006 to 2008)
PUBLICATIONS AND GREY LITERATURE:
- Loomis L, Lee J, Tweed E, Fashner J, “What is appropriate fetal surveillance for women with diet-controlled gestational diabetes?” Fam Pract 2006 Mar;55(3):238-240.
- Loomis, L., ‘Which patients with Diabetes should be taking an ACE inhibitor?’ The Journal of Family Practice, 50:10 (Oct. 2001).
- Loomis, L., Mary Martin, ‘The Interconception Health Promotion Initiative: A Demonstration Project to Reduce the Incidence of Repeat LBW Deliveries in an Urban Safety Net Hospital, Family and Community Health 23:3 (October 2000).