Nancy L. Panter, MD, is pleased to join CHPG High Country Healthcare OB/GYN Specialists. Located in Frisco, Dr. Panter joins Heather Boucher, CNM, MPH; Meghan Donnelly, MD; and Javier Gutierrez, MD, FACOG in providing personal gynecological consultation and delivering healthy babies at St. Anthony Summit Medical Center in Frisco.
While a Denver native, Dr. Panter is proud to have been an “army brat” and traveled extensively around the world. She lived in Thailand, Greece and in London, England. She just returned from Rotarua, New Zealand, a hub of Mauri culture, three hours south of Auckland. “The experience of working in the New Zealand NHS (National Health Service) provided me with a wonderful insight into the health care delivery system stateside,” she said. “I am delighted to continue my practice in a similar size community in Summit County,” she added.
In her almost 30 years of private practice Dr. Panter experienced amazing technological advances in all of women’s health care. These changes provided both challenges and opportunities for obstetric and gynecological medicine which is highly personal. “I believe the next challenge is to fully integrate expertise, technology, and personalized access for women outside major metropolitan areas in our state,” Dr. Panter added. She looks forward to providing diverse care services in our mountain setting. Dr. Panter will continue to care for high risk patients, first-time Mom’s and she welcomes new patients who are embracing all stages of life.
Her educational experience includes a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Kansas, a Medical degree from the University of Colorado, and an obstetrics and gynecology residency program at the University of Michigan. She continues her education with ultrasound review, hands on surgical coursework, and high risk obstetrical training courses.
In her spare time Dr. Panter loves to travel, especially throughout Colorado. She has three children, two sons and a daughter-in-law. Her new grandson is a marvelous and fantastic addition to her family. Lottie, the Princess Labrador, continues to provide humor and a sense of grounding at home. Her charities include St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Denver, Safe Harbor Lab Rescue, and Roatan Children’s Fund, which she help found with other American scuba divers in Roatan, Honduras.