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BRIGHTON, CO - JULY 17: Clinic manager Sara Rodriguez draws medication into a syringe for a doctor at Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine in Brighton, Colorado on July 17, 2015. Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine is an independent medical center. (Photo by Seth McConnell/The Denver Post)

BRIGHTON, CO – JULY 17: Clinic manager Sara Rodriguez draws medication into a syringe for a doctor at Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine in Brighton, Colorado.  (Photo by Seth McConnell/The Denver Post)

Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine was recently featured in the Denver Post’s YourHub Business Profiles section! In the piece, Dr. Anthony Euser discusses his journey to becoming a Doctor and the principles that led him to open both Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine and Platte River Medical Clinic.  Check out some highlights from the interview below and read the full business profile here.

I had always been very intrigued with medicine and felt a strong desire to help care for others. I went back to school to become a doctor. It took nearly ten years of schooling, while also working full-time and being a father to three daughters.


Our company philosophy is simply stated, “Treat every patient like they are a member of your own family.” Being locally owned and operated, our clinics function much differently than corporately owned facilities. We strive to meet the needs of our patients, and appreciate getting their feedback.


I really enjoy getting to know my patients and developing relationships with them. That is the reason I chose to practice family medicine.