Congratulations on Your Retirement, Dr. Goodman!

After 43 years of serving patients in our community, Dr. Reid Goodman recently announced that he will be retiring! At Mile High OB-GYN, we are so sorry to see Dr. Goodman go, but incredibly grateful for the practice he and his father built.

Each of our providers are happy to accept Dr. Goodman’s patients.

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Dr. Goodman's Message to his Patients

To My Wonderful Patients,

With gratitude and mixed emotions, I wish to share with you the news of the next chapter in my life. I have decided to retire from the practice of medicine beginning June 30, 2022, and pursue new learning, time with family, travel and volunteering.

Caring for you has been the most rewarding part of my 43-year career with Mile High OB/GYN. I have come to know many of you as friends and I’ve been blessed to care for 2 or even 3 generations of your families.

Drs. Linhorst, Guggenheim, Dressel and Marshall and the care team at Mile High OB/GYN will continue to provide you with the quality and compassionate care you have learned to trust. They are a knowledgeable and caring group of physicians and staff, and they will take great care of you. Consider this an invitation to make an appointment and get to know them.

I am proud of the way in which Mile High OB/GYN has grown and is now recognized as one of the most respected OB/GYN practices in the country. For this, I wish to thank my staff for their years of commitment to the practice and to each of you.

Please do not hesitate to contact us at 303-388-4631 with any comments or questions.

I wish you good health and happiness in the future.

Dr. Reid Goodman 

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