The Yuma Clinic, a federally qualified Rural Health Center is located within the Yuma District Hospital facilities. Family practice physicians and physician assistants staff the clinic, which serves as a training site for physicians in Colorado family practice residency programs.
The clinic staff is dedicated to providing the highest quality health care services. The clinic always accepts new patients to meet the health care needs of the communities we serve. Appointments are required Monday through Friday, with walk-ins only on Saturday. We have a physician available during the day to treat patients with urgent or emergent health care needs.
Yuma Clinic Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 9:00 am-7:00 pm
Friday, 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Saturday, 9:00 am-11:30 am
Meet Our Medical Team
Dr. Glick, a Colorado native and a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder, received his degree in Medicine from the Chicago Medical School. He completed his residency in Family Medicine at Rose Medical Center in Denver.
Dr. Glick joined the YDHC medical staff in 2009. His practice focuses on family care from pre-natal care, pediatrics, adult, and geriatrics. Procedures that he performs at YDHC include IUDs, Implanon, colposcopy, stress tests, dermatological procedures, and joint injections.
Dr. Glick enjoys a variety of outdoor activities, including biking, hiking, climbing and cross-country skiing in the back country, with his family in the Colorado mountains.
David Erickson, P.A.-C.
David graduated from the University of Colorado Physician Assistant program and enjoys working at the Yuma Clinic. He is especially interested in adolescent and young adult medicine.
David’s wife, Charlene, works for the Hospice of the Plains in Wray. Together, they cherish the company of their three miniature Schnauzers: Fenders, Lutefisk, and Tater. The whole family is happy to enjoy the peacefulness that living in this region brings.
In the past, David was an engineer with Intel and Hewlett-Packard, and he was a research forest biometrician for the US Forest Service. David enjoys racquetball, alpine skiing, bicycling, rock climbing, hiking, acting in live theatre, singing, dancing, and many kinds of music.
Arwen Johnson, M.D.
Dr. Arwen earned her medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School and completed her residency at Rose Family Medicine through the University of Colorado. Dr. Arwen is a family medicine physician who joined the Yuma District Hospital in July 2015. Dr. Arwen provides care to pediatrics and adults including joint injections, cryotherapy, endometrial biopsies, pap smears, laceration repair, fracture care and more. She has a special interest in weight management and sports medicine. Her personal interests include snowboarding, working out, reading, watching movies and spending time with her boyfriend Max and her corgi named Floyd.
Charles Manter, D.O.
Charles (Charlie) Manter earned his D.O. degree from the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency at Colorado Springs Osteopathic Hospital in 1993. He received his Bachelor of Science from Western State College in Gunnison, CO. Dr. Manter’s area of interest include chronic disease management and acute medical problems. He offers Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy for acute and chronic musculoskeletal problems.
Dr. Manter has practiced at Yuma District Hospital and Clinics over 15 years. Since 2002, Dr. Manter is at his own practice located in Greeley and splits his time between his Greeley location and Yuma.
Dr. Matthew Nowland grew up in rural Missouri and received his medical degree from the University of Missouri School of Medicine in 1999. He completed his residency in Family Medicine at Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins in 2002.
Dr. Nowland joined the YDHC medical staff in 2002. His practice focuses on family care from pre-natal care, pediatrics, adult and geriatric care. He enjoys preventative well care, chronic disease management and acute care medicine. Dr. Nowland performs many clinical procedures including colposcopy, stress testing, multiple skin and orthopedic procedures.
Dr. Nowland enjoys spending time with his wife, Erin,and their four children, following local high school sports teams, running, cycling, hiking, camping and fishing. He also enjoys mission work and serves as the medical director of Global Refuge International (www.globalrefuge.org).
Dr. Rebecca Switzer joined the Yuma District Hospital team in January of 2017. She earned her medical degree from the University of Maryland and completed her Family Medicine residency at Saint Joseph Hospital in Denver. Dr. Switzer is passionate about rural medicine and enjoys treating both emergency and chronic conditions. She cares for patients of all ages and enjoys practicing a variety of procedures related to women’s health, skin conditions, fracture management, and emergency care. In her free time she loves to travel, mountain bike, snowboard, rock climb, and salsa dance.
Heath grew up in DeWitt, AR. After completing an EMT/Paramedic program in McGehee, AR, he began a nursing program at SEARK College. He completed his LPN and then finished an LPN to RN transition program at AASN at UA-Monticello. For his BSN and MSN-FNP he completed course work at Chamberlain College of Nursing. He will soon start a DNP program. He completed his FNP program because he knew he would be able to better serve the patients that he wanted to help. Heath loves the outdoors, acrylic and oil painting, and reading and studying medical information.