Ron Famiglietti, M.D. F.A.A.P. – Dr. Famiglietti and his wife, Lisa, established Pediatrics of Steamboat Springs in December of 1999 and having been caring for the children of Routt County and the surrounding area since that time. Dr. Famiglietti has a child of his own and enjoys competitive mountain biking and a variety of winter sports. He has served as Medical Director for the Department of Pediatrics (1998-2003) and as Chief of Staff (2003-2005) for Yampa Valley Medical Center.
Sheila Fountain, MD FAAP, received her medical school degree with honors from the University of South Carolina. She completed a Pediatrics residency at Emory University and stayed for an additional year as a Clinical Instructor and Assistant Program Director for Emory University. She and her husband, Wes, then moved to Steamboat Springs in 2003 to join Pediatrics of Steamboat Springs.
Dr. Sheila is completing a Pediatric Integrative Medicine fellowship and is now seeing patients exclusively at our Oak Street location. She continues to see patients for wellness visits, from newborn to 21-years-old. She is passionate about using an integrative approach to help treat chronic problems and mental health diagnoses such as anxiety, depression, and ADHD. Dr. Sheila enjoys spending her free time hiking, camping, rafting, and exploring beaches with Wes and teenage children Jonah and Olivia.
Dana M. Fitzgerald
Dr. Fitzgerald is board-certified in both General Pediatrics and Pediatric Sports Medicine. She graduated from medical school at the University of North Dakota and completed a general pediatrics residency at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. She then completed a Pediatric Sports Medicine Fellowship at Texas Children’s Hospital in conjunction with the Baylor College of Medicine.
Dr. Fitzgerald currently serves as the Director of the Pediatric/Newborn Service Line at Yampa Valley Medical Center. She is one of the Medical Directors for the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club. Her practice interests include preventive medicine/vaccines, mental health, and concussion management. She is married with two children and enjoys snowboarding, cycling, learning languages, and watching all of the professional soccer she can.
Patrick Grathwohl, MD, FAAP is a board-certified Pediatrician. He graduated from Creighton University School of Medicine in Omaha, and completed a general pediatrics residency at the University of Texas- Austin. He and his family have lived in Colorado since 2012, and he joined Pediatrics of Steamboat in May 2017. Dr. G has spent extensive time in the Dominican Republic working with underserved populations and is fluent in Spanish. His clinical interests include asthma, allergies and concussions. Dr. G is married, he has one daughter and two dogs. His hobbies include skiing, fishing, mountain biking, golf, reading and traveling.
My career began as an RN in the pediatric intensive care unit in Phoenix, where I met my husband Ron. We married, moved to Steamboat Springs, and shortly thereafter opened Pediatrics of Steamboat Springs. As Pediatrics has grown over the past 19 years, my job has morphed from RN to office manager to my current position as business manager.
Nathan Stack received his Bachelor of Mathematics & Science Degree from the University of Wyoming in 2015. Nathan was the Chief Operating Officer establishing an Orthopedic physical therapy clinic in Casper, Wyoming in 2015. A few years later he expanded the business into Pediatric therapy. In 2022 Nathan moved to Steamboat Springs to join Pediatrics of Steamboat Springs. He is currently obtaining his MBA from LSUS. He is married, has two children, and enjoys spending his free time with friends and family, playing games with his kids, camping, and fishing.
Torrey DeMoss, CPNP-PC/AC, is a pediatric nurse practitioner board certified in both primary and acute care. She attended the University of Colorado College of Nursing and graduated in 2009 with a master’s degree in nursing. Because of her passion for emergency medicine, she completed a pediatric acute care post master’s certificate in 2016, again at the University of Colorado. She has worked as a pediatric intensive care registered nurse at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, as well as a nurse practitioner in the emergency departments and urgent cares of Children’s Hospital Colorado. She has also had primary care experience with Children’s Hospital Colorado Young Mother’s Clinic. Torrey is married with two daughters and enjoys skiing, camping, and traveling. She joined Pediatrics of Steamboat Springs in 2022.
I grew up in Arvada Colorado and moved to Steamboat Springs after graduating high school in 2008. I’ve always enjoyed working with kids, and after years of child-oriented jobs including nannying, ski school, and working as an infant room teacher at Young Tracks Preschool, I graduated from nursing school in May of 2020. Working at Pediatrics of Steamboat has been and continues to be a highlight of my time spent in Steamboat, and I absolutely love the team I get to work with everyday. Aside from my awesome job, my biggest passions in life include caring for my two dogs (Tika and Winston), traveling, snow/wake boarding, camping, dirt biking, hiking, and everything summer!
Kylee joined the Pediatrics team in 2017. She is our primary nurse for Hayden and Craig. She was born and raised in Hayden, and we are lucky to have her!
I grew up near Albuquerque, New Mexico and studied practical nursing through a nationally recognized program at the Career Enrichment Center during high school. I graduated and became an LPN at age 17, already knowing that I love to work with children. I love dancing and performing, and dancing with the Steamboat Dance Theatre for 5 years now. I also enjoy snowboarding, wake surfing, yoga, hiking, camping, traveling, cooking, singing, and playing bass guitar.
Becca is our receptionist in our cozy, little Hayden office and comes to the Steamboat office once a week. She is a local mother of two young kids, grew up in Clark, went to school in Steamboat and graduated in 2002. She attended art school in Denver and moved back home 2006. She now lives in Hayden with her husband Forrest and kiddos, Abby and Jacob. She loves meeting all of our families and watching their little ones grow, as well as seeing all of her old friends!
I was born and raised in the Steamboat community. Before attaining my BSN from Gonzaga University, I participated in a year-long youth exchange through Rotary. I lived in Argentina for a year honing my Spanish skills and becoming bilingual; I am very passionate about languages, traveling, and exploring other cultures. I similarly studied abroad in Spain to complete my Spanish minor. My senior nursing practicum took place in a Pediatric ED and affirmed my desire to pursue a future in pediatrics. I began my nursing career on a step-down ICU in Denver and am very grateful to be back in my hometown and with this practice! Kids light my heart up. Outside of work, I’m typically playing outside in the snow, conquering 14ers or hiking, lifting, being a foodie, or curling up with a good book.
I moved to Steamboat in 1997, when I obtained a job at Routt Memorial Hospital. I started out as a CNA/Unit Secretary, eventually obtaining my Registered Nurse License. I have continued in healthcare throughout the years, ranging from OB, Pain management, Med Surg and currently pediatrics just to name a few. I also met my awesome husband, Ryan, in the boat and have identical twin girls. I enjoy all 4 seasons but my favorite, in Steamboat, is summer. You’ll most often find me out on the trails, hiking or running them, with my fam.