My Final Farewell
Ann Lott, MD bids farewell to Bryan LifePointe MedSpa
I am sharing many hugs, many laughs and hearing many stories about grandchildren in my final days of practice. These are very much appreciated! For the longest time my definition of myself was a deeply dedicated person in the study and care of one’s largest organ, the skin. It was fun, demanding, fulfilling and a significant part of who I am.
But along came the little blue-eyed boy, my adored grandson Henry, and who knew how much it would change the life I know? I didn't! But many of my patients and friends did and have been sharing many rich fun-filled stories about their own grandchildren. And together, we all agree, our grandchildren truly are a joy.
A Few Final Reminders
The parting and caring message I want to leave with all my patients is a big Thank you, and remember your sunscreen and remember to reapply it! Do regular skin exams on yourself and your family. Hats, long sleeves and wrap-around sunglasses are very cool and tanning beds are very, very bad!
I know I will see many of you again at some fundraiser, the library, Trader Joe’s, Zesto’s, the cookie booth at the Lincoln Marathon expo and maybe even at the Safeway store in Estes Park.
Mitch Henry, MD and Carrie Kleinschmidt, PA-C Join the Bryan LifePointe MedSpa
I encourage you to book future appointments with Mitch Henry, MD, who is a plastic surgeon and his physician assistant, Carrie Kleinschmidt. Both will be available for your continued care at the Bryan LifePointe MedSpa.
I will continue to see patients through December 11. As a thank you to you, we are offering 20% off on all skin care products in the spa retail store until December 11. Stop by to say farewell and stock up on what you need to keep your skin beautiful!
Carpe Diem, Dr. Ann Lott