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Elizabeth Cowan, FNP

4.9 out of 5 ( 41 Ratings)

About

Elizabeth (Liz) Cowan is a family nurse practitioner certified through the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. She received her nursing degree at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Center and her Master of Science in Nursing from Regis University. Before pursuing a career in nursing, Ms. Cowan grew up in Oklahoma. She attended Hamilton College in upstate New York where she studied biology and anthropology, and also competed in intercollegiate soccer.

Prior to joining Dakota Ridge Family Medicine, Ms. Cowan worked in internal medicine in Wheat Ridge as a family nurse practitioner and at Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center in the Surgical-Telemetry unit as an registered nurse.

Ms. Cowan is happy to be providing outpatient acute care needs as part of the Dakota Ridge Family Medicine team. She believes that optimal health is achieved through shared decision-making between the patient and the provider.

When she’s not at work, Ms. Cowan spends her time mountain biking, skiing, hiking, baking and outside on various adventures with her husband and their two dogs.

Affiliations Dakota Ridge Family Medicine

Reviews

  • 05/24/2021
    Rating: 5

    I have already recommended this practice and even scheduled my son at your facility as the care I received here was better than other clinics.

  • 04/19/2021
    Rating: 5

    Very happy with the NP.

  • 04/11/2021
    Rating: 5

    nurse Cowan was fine

  • 03/27/2021
    Rating: 3.96

    I thought the amount of pain I went through was unnecessary. I asked for something stronger than tylenol and Liz would not prescribe anything. my hand still hurts although I no longer need pain killers. I recommend treating pain as part of the overall treatment one receives.

Reviews
  • 05/24/2021

    I have already recommended this practice and even scheduled my son at your facility as the care I received here was better than other clinics.

  • 04/19/2021

    Very happy with the NP.

  • 04/11/2021

    nurse Cowan was fine

  • 03/27/2021

    I thought the amount of pain I went through was unnecessary. I asked for something stronger than tylenol and Liz would not prescribe anything. my hand still hurts although I no longer need pain killers. I recommend treating pain as part of the overall treatment one receives.

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