Jason Perrow, PA-C  - Physician Assistant

Jason Perrow, PA-C

Physician Assistant located in Highlands Ranch, CO

About Me

With almost 10 years of experience in family practice, caring for people of all ages, my heart lies in family practice. At Aspen Family Care, located in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, I enjoy getting to know people and feel that continuity of care is critical for achieving positive results. I enjoy all areas of family medicine, particularly men’s health, sports medicine, and testosterone replacement therapy, along with other endocrine disorders, including diabetes. I believe strongly in preventive medicine and feel that it is one of the keys to a long, healthy life.

I received my medical degree from Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina. My bachelor’s and master’s degrees were completed at North Carolina State University.

I consider myself down to earth, practical, and somewhat of a good ole’ boy, and after several vacations in the state, wondered why anyone would want to live anywhere but Colorado. My family and I decided to fulfill our “manifest destiny” and move out west. I am a family man and love to spend time with wife Lori, a veterinarian, and daughter Quinn, who hopes to be a cowgirl. I enjoy hiking, hunting, fishing, competing in triathlons (I’ve finished three Ironman triathlons) and playing with my four dogs -- Patton, Montgomery (Monty), Josie, and Sam. I hope to learn to ski, rock climb, and summit all of Colorado’s 14ers.

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With almost 10 years of experience in family practice, caring for people of all ages, my heart lies in family practice. At Aspen Family Care, located in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, I enjoy getting to know people and feel that continuity of care is critical for achieving positive results. I enjoy all areas of family medicine, particularly men’s health, sports medicine, and testosterone replacement therapy, along with other endocrine disorders, including diabetes. I believe strongly in preventive medicine and feel that it is one of the keys to a long, healthy life.

I received my medical degree from Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina. My bachelor’s and master’s degrees were completed at North Carolina State University.

I consider myself down to earth, practical, and somewhat of a good ole’ boy, and after several vacations in the state, wondered why anyone would want to live anywhere but Colorado. My family and I decided to fulfill our “manifest destiny” and move out west. I am a family man and love to spend time with wife Lori, a veterinarian, and daughter Quinn, who hopes to be a cowgirl. I enjoy hiking, hunting, fishing, competing in triathlons (I’ve finished three Ironman triathlons) and playing with my four dogs -- Patton, Montgomery (Monty), Josie, and Sam. I hope to learn to ski, rock climb, and summit all of Colorado’s 14ers.


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