ScottScott Rollins, MD

Founder and Medical Director

In private practice since 1994, Dr Rollins is Board Certified with the American Board of Family Practice and has been certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Advanced Trauma Life Support. With these credentials and years of experience in a rural practice he is well qualified in managing complex medical issues as well as handling serious medical emergencies and injuries.

As the first physician in Western Colorado to be Board Certified with the American Board of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine, Dr Rollins also has extensive training and experience with bioidentical hormone replacement for men and women, thyroid and adrenal disorders, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, weight loss and healthy aging.

In 2006 Dr. Rollins opened AdvantAge Integrative Medicine in Grand Junction in order to bring these specialty services to Western Colorado. In 2008 he founded the Integrative Medicine Center of Western Colorado.

Dr Rollins is an active educator with a passion for learning and teaching. He can be found doing weekly educational seminars, newspaper columns and television news commentary on local network affiliates. He is a clinical faculty member at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, hosting medical students for their one month long family medicine training.

In 2004 Dr. Rollins was chosen for “Colorado Family Physician of the Year.” This prestigious award is given annually to only one of over 1,800 family physicians. The recipient is chosen by the Board of the Colorado Chapter of the American Academy of Family Physicians and is based on their expertise and commitment to family medicine.

He is a member of the American College for the Advancement of Medicine (ACAM). Having passed the “gold standard” examination from ACAM, he is “Certified in Chelation Therapy“. Dr. Rollins has extensive background in Occupational Medicine, caring for work related injuries, and is certified as “preferred provider” with Pinnacol Assurance, Colorado’s largest workers’ compensation insurance company. He serves as a medical director for HopeWest Hospice in Plateau Valley and Debeque.

After graduating from the University of Kansas School Of Medicine, he then finished his residency training in Family Practice at St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction. He opened his private practice in Collbran, Colo. in 1994 where he and his partner provide full service family practice care while providing 24 hr / day emergency coverage.

An avid health enthusiast himself Scott “walks the talk” spending his personal life enjoying time with his wife and two boys, cooking and eating healthy foods, working in his family’s organic garden, taking his ritual morning walk, hiking, skiing or just relaxing playing guitar and piano.

Sue Goebel

Advanced Practice Nurse

Sue K. Goebel originates from North Dakota, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and went on to earn her Master of Science from the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks. After earning her MS, Goebel practiced as a clinical nurse specialist in parent-child nursing (now family practice nursing) and became certified as a Nurse Practitioner in 1994. She practiced as a Nurse Practitioner for five years and served as an adjunct clinical instructor and classroom lecturer in both the undergraduate and graduate programs at her alma mater.

Goebel has been a member of the faculty at Colorado Mesa University since 1998 and taught a variety of courses. She currently teaches Health Assessment and Promotion, Theories and Foundations and Public Health. Goebel has practiced as a nurse practitioner at the Integrative Medicine Center since 2011.

Sue’s nursing career has always had at its center an appreciation for nursing as a transpersonal endeavor, with interest inclusive of human sexuality, communication, growth and development. While forensics, health literacy and legal nurse consulting remain strong interests, she has found a passion for integrative health and holistic healing.

Her professional memberships include National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Reproductive Health, the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, the Association for the Prevention of Child Abuse, the International Association of Forensic Nursing and Sigma Theta Tau International.

Paula Marchionda, MD, BSN

Medical Doctor

Dr. Marchionda earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of New Mexico before attending medical school at the University of Arizona. She completed her internship in Family Medicine in Seattle followed by a Master’s degree in Public Health and medical residency in Preventive Medicine at the University of Colorado.

Paula also graduated from the Fellowship in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine—Tucson. She joins an elite group of practitioners to have initiated studies with this internationally-recognized integrative medicine program. Launched in 1997 by integrative medicine pioneer Andrew Weil, MD, the Fellowship in Integrative Medicine is a 1,000-hour, two-year distance-learning program.

Paula was awarded the American Cancer Society Physician Training Award while at the University of Colorado, enabling her to pursue her interest in cancer control, prevention, and survivorship. Dr. Marchionda is board certified in Preventive Medicine and board eligible in Integrative Medicine.

Paula is a cancer survivor and as such she has special interests in prevention, wellness, integrative medicine and cancer survivorship.

AmberAmber Rainey, RN

Registered Nurse

Amber Rainey grew up on the Grand Mesa, right here in Colorado, and received her Bachelor’s in Nursing from Mesa State College. She has extensively trained with Dr. Rollins and specializes in bioidentical hormone replacement, food allergies, and autoimmune diseases

Amber is Certified in Chelation Therapy by the prestigious American College for the Advancement of Medicine (ACAM). She specializes in customized IV therapies and directs our IV therapy programs.

She was also the study coordinator for our participation the NIH funded “Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy”.

Tamra Hollis, RN

Registered Nurse & Clinical Nurse Educator

Starting her career in the medical arena over 15 years ago as an Emergency Medical Technician in Ouray, CO Tamra went on to broaden her professional career as a Registered Nurse in beautiful Western Colorado. Graduating from Mesa University, she holds degrees in both Fine Arts and Nursing, a testament to her ongoing thirst for balance between academia and creative expression.

Since becoming a nurse in 2004, Tamra has gained extensive experience and exposure to many avenues of nursing, but her love of holistic medicine resonates deepest. She is now exploring novel ways in which to nurse, integrating the healing powers of nutrition and alternative therapies supported through Knowledge, Love, and Compassion.

Tamra specializes in IV therapy, Low-Dose Allergy and Immunotherapy, and offers educational guidance to support patients through their healthcare journeys. Tamra is also the current study coordinator for our participation the NIH funded “Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy 2”.

Victoria Dennison, RN

Registered Nurse & Clinical Nurse Educator

Victoria graduated from Colorado Mesa University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She is inspired by the human body and it’s ability to heal itself when provided with the proper care and is honored to be able to assist in providing that support.

Being able to connect with each patient one-on-one is a very rewarding part of my job. I am grateful that IMC allows me the opportunity to utilize my nursing skills in such a unique way. Each patient has an individualized care plan with the aim of addressing the root cause of the problem in order to heal so that person can live their best life.

She loves spending time with my family, running or hiking on the Monument, and listening to podcasts to increase my knowledge in all different areas of life.

Morgan Rainey

Medical Assistant & Clinical Educator

Morgan started her medical assistant career with Dr Rollins many years ago in his rural practice in Collbran, CO, where she had the opportunity to learn a broad scope of medicine, from handling the basics of patient needs to more rural medicine requirements such as taking x-rays, filling prescriptions and helping with emergencies. Her easy-going style combined with a caring attitude make her a joy for our patients to work with.

She joined the IMC in 2015 and has enjoyed expanding her knowledge in the field of functional medicine, where she performs the daily tasks of managing the flow of patient labs, prescriptions and phone calls. She oversees the lab and treatment services including blood draws, skin testing for allergies, and administration of immunotherapy treatments. She also serves as clinical educator, helping our patients with guidelines on prescription and natural therapies as well as review of food allergy results.

Brooke Grotts

Medical Assistant & Clinical Educator

As the newest member to the IMC team Brooke has quickly “learned the ropes” of being a medical assistant. Under the direct training of Dr Rollins and a team of experienced nurses, she has had exceptional one-on-one training and is proficient at the daily tasks of managing the flow of patient labs, prescriptions and phone calls, as well as the lab and treatment services including blood draws, skin testing for allergies, and administration of immunotherapy treatments. She also serves as clinical educator, helping our patients with guidelines on prescription and natural therapies as well as review of food allergy results.

Micah-Feller, MAMicah Feller

Medical Assistant & Clinical Educator

Micah has been with the IMC for several years. Under the direct training of Dr Rollins and a team of experienced nurses, she has had exceptional one-on-one training and is proficient at the daily tasks of managing the flow of patient labs, prescriptions and phone calls, as well as the lab and treatment services including blood draws, skin testing for allergies, and administration of immunotherapy treatments. She also serves as clinical educator, helping our patients with guidelines on prescription and natural therapies as well as review of food allergy results.


Monica Cullinane - IMC Certified Health Coach & Holistic NutritionistMonica Cullinane

Certified Health Coach & Holistic Nutritionist

Monica is a Certified Health and Nutrition Coach, graduating from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in NYC, and is trained in different dietary theories, eastern and western nutrition, modern health issues, personal growth and development, and health counseling. She works with our patient in person and over the phone or internet, and also offers small group wellness workshops at the IMC.

She is also program director and teacher at The Academy of Yoga, having practiced and studied yoga for 2 decades with the most prominent yoga instructors in the world. She is an Experienced 500 hour Registered Yoga Teacher & Trainer with Yoga Alliance & Iyengar Yoga certified.

She teaches Yoga full time, leading retreats, classes, privates, specialty workshops and teacher trainings. Her teaching style is a distillation of her intensive studies, where she imparts to her students the wisdom gained through course work, practice and dedication.

Meredith NewellMeredith Newell, BA

Nutrition & Wellness Coordinator

As a graduate of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, the world’s leading school in nutritional psychology, Meredith is at the forefront of a powerful, new, holistic nutritional healing movement that’s changing the way we understand food, weight, body image, holistic nutrition, and health.

Teaching “mind-body nutrition” Meredith looks at the psycho-physiology of how digestion, assimilation, calorie burning and all the nutritive functions of the body are impacted by stress, relaxation, thought, emotion, pleasure, our personal story, eating rhythm, eating speed, awareness, and so much more. WHAT we eat is half the story of good nutrition. The other half of the story is WHO we are as eaters.

Practicing “dynamic eating psychology” she encourages a positive approach that sees all of our eating concerns as an opportunity for growth and transformation, exploring how our food challenges are here to teach us, rather than enemies to be attacked, and looking to uncover the connections between our personal world and our unwanted eating habits.

Meredith is skilled in teaching nutrition principles for general health, weight loss, delayed food allergies, and disease specific diets such as for diabetes or kidney disease. She is an expert in treating intestinal disorders such as “leaky gut”, dysbiosis and even autoimmune conditions such as Crohn’s disease.

Meredith’s work at the IMC is complemented by her boutique catering company, Taproot, which focuses on providing healthy, locally sourced meals. She shares her passion for food through cooking classes, recipes, meal plans, grocery store tours and weekly meals for our patients.

DanaceArthur_IMG_2885_webDanace Arthur, BS, MPH

Nutrigenomics Counselor and Medical Assistant

Danace is a native of Western Colorado and has always enjoyed the natural beauty surrounding the Grand Valley. She attended Mesa State College, obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Science in 2001.

While working several years in the field of infectious disease, she discovered the need to support the community through education. She then worked for over 10 years in the Public Health arena and obtained a Masters of Public Health Degree from Walden University in 2012.

Her background in health education and disease prevention coupled with her passion for investigative research, fits beautifully with the integrative medicine approach to wellness and the exciting new field of Epigenetics.

Danace provides Nutrigenomics Counseling based on individual genetic reports from 23anMe. Where healthy methylation and epigenetic expression are central to whole being support.

GinaGrotts_IMG_2852_webGina Grotts

Gina has Associates degree of Occupational Studies in Business Administration and Technologies. She “loves everything about working at the IMC.” More specifically, she enjoys coordinating an amazing team of highly efficient and caring staff whose #1 goal is our patients’ health and wellness.
“Running the front office at the IMC takes my full arsenal of business administrative knowledge to ensure patients receive the best service we can give. Having a professional background and my own lifestyle choices revolve around holistic and functional medicine, it is truly a blessing to be apart of this amazing company. I believe in and have experienced everything we do, which makes me the ideal person you would want to speak with when you call our office for the first time.”
Gina has lived in Grand Junction since 2000. She and her husband enjoy the Western Colorado terrain for dirt-bike riding and the occasional glass of Palisade wine on their patio.

Maddie Buch


Maddie joined our team after relocating to Western Colorado from Iowa. She attended the University of Northern Iowa where she obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications and Public Relations. Since joining the IMC she has enjoyed being able to contribute her creative thinking to our internal traditional and digital marketing efforts.

“Working for the IMC for a little over a year now has been such a blessing. Having very little previous experience in the Medical Field, specifically the Functional Medicine field, I have enjoyed learning about this type of medicine and have been so impressed with the kind of care that our patients receive. The patients are truly the center of our focus and it has been so wonderful to get to know these individuals and hear their stories. I am so grateful to be able to contribute to this wonderful company”.

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