What year did you join The Youth Clinic?
What is one activity every child living in Northern Colorado should experience?
Go camping or visit our beautiful mountains and experience a special outdoor activity.
What is your favorite part about working with your patients?
I like the changing nature of medicine and the constant learning that goes along with providing the best care.
Get to Know Pamela Riffe, PA-C
Pamela Riffe, PA-C, is a native of Fort Collins, Colorado, who attended Colorado State University and studied biochemistry prior to her acceptance in the Child Health Associate/Physician Assistant Program at University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Medical Sciences from CU after completing the Physician Assistant program and has been certified by the NCCPA since 1999. Pamela is licensed by the Colorado Board of Medical Examiners and certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.
As a PA-C with The Youth Clinic since 1999, Pamela has enjoyed getting to know her patients and their families and watching them grow together. She also likes: the changing nature of medicine and the constant learning that goes along with providing the best care; helping families establish health habits that fit their lifestyles; and learning about the different backgrounds and cultures that make up their values and beliefs.
When she isn’t working at the clinic, Pamela enjoys being outdoors camping, hiking, cycling, swimming, skiing, gardening (she is an avid urban farmer complete with a flock of chickens), bird watching, tubing and chillin’ outside with her family. She also enjoys cooking, reading, sewing, glass mosaics, traveling and visiting new places.