Comprehensive Family Medicine
8925 S. Ridgeline Blvd.
Suite 109
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
Phone: (303)471-6500
Fax: (303)471-5908

Welcome to Comprehensive Family Medicine. We look forward to providing outstanding medical care to you and your family.

Our office is conveniently located in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, near Town Center. (If you would like directions to our office, please call.) We are currently accepting new patients and take most major insurances. Please call for an appointment or if you have any questions.

Kenneth Weller, MD is a board-certified specialist in family medicine. He has been trained to provide all aspects of medical care for your family, including:
  • care of well and sick children, including vaccinations
  • care of well and sick adults, including older adults
  • well-woman visits
  • physical examinations
  • school and sports physicals
  • no-scalpel vasectomies
  • evaluation and removal (if needed) of skin lesions
  • care of sports injuries and fractures.
Steffi Gratigny, MD is also a board-certified family physician. Not only has she been trained in the care of people of all ages, but she also has worked with adults with Down Syndrome. Dr. Gratigny provides:
  • care of well and sick adults
  • care of well and sick children
  • well-woman visits
  • physical examinations
  • school and sports physicals
  • evaluation and treatment of adults with Down Syndrome
Mallory Faulkner, DO is another board-certified family physician. Dr. Faulkner has received extra training in manipulation -- hands-on treatment of common spinal complaints. Dr. Faulkner provides:
  • care of well and sick children
  • well-woman visits
  • care of well and sick adults
  • physical examinations
  • school and sports physicals
  • treatment of musculoskeletal injuries
  • hands-on treatment of back and neck injuries (manipulation)
Call us, and let us become your family’s primary care provider.

To schedule an appointment, please call

Useful information:
--The February, 2011 issue of Scientific American has an article called "How to Fix the Obesity Crisis." They reviewed the science behind losing weight and found the following recommendations:
  • Record calories, exercise and weight
  • Adopt modest goals
  • Join a support group
    --- all help to increase the chances of success. has useful health information. It is maintained by the American Academy of Family Physicians. You can search by topic:

--September is National Cholesterol Education Month. Having high, untreated cholesterol can increase your risk of developing a heart attack or a stroke. If you do not know your cholesterol, haven't had it checked for some time, or wonder whether you should be treated or not, call and schedule an appointment with one of our physicians. For additional information, visit: National Cholesterol Education Program

Office news:

--Our office has chosen to support the following organizations again this year:
The Food Bank of the Rockies
Colorado Special Olympics
Colorado Public Radio

Office information:

Usual office hours:
Monday 8:00 - 5:00
Tuesday 8:00 - 5:00
Wednesday 8:00 - 2:30
Thursday 8:00 - 5:00
Friday 8:00 - 5:00

The office is closed for lunch from 12:00 - 1:00 every day except Wednesdays.
These hours are subject to change, but are the usual hours the office is open.

Physicals and Co-pays
Many insurance companies do not require a co-pay for a physical examination. They provide full coverage for the usual things covered in a physical: discussion of past health history, immunizations, healthy habits, screening tests, and a full physical examination. But, if more topics are covered or if a procedure is performed, your insurance may be billed for more than just a physical. This may mean that you will be required to make a co-payment or pay a deductible amount, depending on your insurance coverage. If you have any questions about this, please feel free to talk to anyone in our office. Thank you.