Anna Wegleitner, MD
Dr. Wegleitner grew up in west Texas. She attended Baylor University for College and subsequently obtained her medical degree at the University of Texas Medical School in Houston. Residency training then brought her to Denver but Colorado won her heart and she stayed to practice medicine. Dr. Wegleitner founded Mountain View Family Medicine in 1992. She is honored to know that many patients for whom she cared during her training years, followed her into private practice and remain patients still. Dr. Wegleitner is dedicated to providing individualized attention and a “listening ear” to all patients at a time when medical care has been driven to a frantic pace, modeled after factory production lines.
Dr. Wegleitner is a Diplomate of the American Board of Family Medicine and a member of the AAFP (American Academy of Family Practice), Colorado Medical Society and Denver Medical Society. She holds an academic appointment of Assistant Professor in Family Medicine through the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Outside her clinical practice, Dr. Wegleitner serves as an Associate Medical Director for CPEP (Center for Personalized Education for Physicians) where she works part time in physician competency evaluation and re-education.
In addition to meeting the needs of her varied family practice patients, she has a special interest in the care of transgender individuals including hormone therapy, disease management and primary care. Dr. Wegleitner is an active member of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH).
Arlis Adolf, MD
Arlis Adolf grew up on a wheat farm near American Falls, Idaho. She received her BA in Biology, with another emphasis in music, from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Wash. Her MD degree was obtained at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. She ventured to Denver to do both a residency and fellowship at the University of Colorado. She is board certified in Family Medicine and is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Family Practice. She has been active in both the Colorado and American Academy of Family Practice, holding several leadership positions in those organizations as well as at the hospitals and group practices where she has worked. She has also served as a mentor for medical students and residents. She was honored to be one of Channel 4’s recognized family physicians as well as one of the 100 Outstanding Alums recognized by PLU during its Centennial celebration.
Dr. Adolf has been in private practice in both solo and group practice settings since 1979, providing care for families from obstetrics to geriatrics. She cherishes the long standing relationships with her patients, including some 4 generation families. She firmly believes that every patient deserves a physician who is the hub of the wheel of their health care providers, coordinating the parts but looking out for the “whole person”, providing a “medical home.”
Other passions include playing the pipe organ, traveling, being active in her church, attending concerts, following the Rockies and Broncos, and spending time with family and friends.
Vanessa Prospero, PA-C
Vanessa has a passion for patient care which inspired her to become a certified Physician Assistant. Vanessa graduated from Red Rocks Community College and joins the Mountain View Family Physicians team in October 2009. She brings her excellent patient care skills and her endless energy and enthusiasm to enhance our team.