John Ceremsak, MD – Primary Care Provider
John Ceremsak is a primary care provider who treats patients with common medical issues. He offers preventive care and treats conditions like hypertension, diabetes and arthritis.
When necessary, your primary care provider can refer you to a specialist. This is often an advantageous option for people with chronic medical conditions or those who have health insurance.
Early Life and Education
Early childhood education is a critical period in a child’s development. This period marks rapid brain growth and provides children with an opportunity to learn about their environment.
A successful school-family partnership is essential for children’s academic success at all stages of development, but especially during early childhood education when students require constant stimulation, guidance and nurturing to grow intellectually.
Many great thinkers and educators have contributed to our educational system, with many of them making major contributions to theories surrounding early childhood education. Friedrich Froebel in particular advocated that young children should be taught through play alongside more conventional methods.
John was raised in a family that valued adventure and history. His parents took him on vacations to Disneyland and other popular attractions that he never forgot. Additionally, John enjoyed visiting Colorado museums and learning about the hard work it took to settle mountain towns such as Steamboat Springs.
He loves reenacting battles from the Civil War on replica theaters of battle. His wife and he have participated in many such events, which offer him an exciting way to immerse himself in history. One reenactment stands out to him as especially authentic: during this one they attended George Washington’s funeral wearing period-authentic costumes – an unforgettable moment and honor for them both.