Health Care for Children & Teens

Kids First Health Care at Brighton High School is now open to infants, children, and teens ages 0-21 in the Brighton community and beyond. This summer the health center is open to the community (including BHS students) on Monday and Thursday. For more information or an appointments at the health center, please call 303‐655-8924.

Medical Services Offered Include



Sick & Injury Care

Teen Health Care

Health Education

Plus Much More


Liz Allshouse, Medical Provider

Ms. Allshouse joined the Kids First team in 2019. As the medical provider at the Brighton High School site, Ms. Allshouse provides a variety of health care services, including well-child checks, care for acute illness and injuries, care for chronic conditions, and reproductive health care, for BHS students. She graduated from University of Colorado School of Nursing in 2018 with a Master of Science in Nursing, and she is certified as a Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner. She has professional pediatric experience in primary care, in-patient hospitals, and home care settings.

Clare Grossman, Health Educator

Clare Grossman joined Kids First in November, 2021, as a health educator. She graduated from Brown University in May 2021, where she received her bachelor’s degree in Health and Human Biology with a focus on maternal and child health and reproductive justice. As a health educator with Kids First, Clare is applying her skills to reduce health disparities among underserved communities by providing resources and education to adolescents and empowering them to make healthy choices. Clare has experience working as a sexual health peer educator and an Emergency Medical Technician, and hopes to pursue a career in medicine. In her free time, Clare likes to backpack, climb, and knit.

Amy Radney, Medical Assistant

Ms. Radney joined the Kids First team in 2020. As a certified medical assistant at Brighton High School, Ms. Radney assists with a variety of medical tasks, including recording patients’ medical histories, taking vitals, running labs, and more. She earned her Medical Assistant Certificate at Pima Medical Institute and completed prerequisites for a nursing degree at Colorado Christian University. She previously worked at Arvada Pediatrics and Denver Health. In addition to working at Kids First, she works at an addictions clinic on Sundays. She is a Brighton native and loves giving back to her community. In her free time, she loves to travel, camp, and spend time with her family and fur babies.

Dayna Guerrero, Medical Assistant

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