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Maria Carrion-Kozak
Attended Unniversity of Northern Colorado
Lives in Colorado
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Good for you! Thank you for speaking up!
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CUBA has been sending troops to Venezuela to help the Venezuelan government continue to hurt 

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NOOO permanent?? If you are dead we say- esta (with accent) muerto. DON"T teach it w permanent and temporary... Students get confused. I am native speaker and we NEVER think about it that way. 
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Spanish Teacher
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Bilingual; Translations; Public Speaker; Program Developer & Managment.
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Colorado
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Have the best 4 children and husband who loves me and gets me!
Education
  • Unniversity of Northern Colorado
    Hispanic Studies and Foreign Language Teaching, 2002 - 2004
  • Berklee College of Music
    Music, 1980 - 1984
  • Colegio Teresiano de la Castellana
    Bachillerato de Humanidades
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Female
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Marilyn (nickname)
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I am so thankful that I found Integrated Health in Denver to be treated for my concussion after a car accident. The doctors and therapists there, as well as the staff are amazing people. I am always treated with the up most respect and they are incredibly professional. I trust the treatment they are giving me, I am improving and I know they will continue to work with me to bring me back to my better self. Thank you!
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Any time my family or I have been to St. Anthony Hospital, the staff, nurses and doctors have been outstanding and very professional. The most important point I want to make is that they all have been very caring. My dad has been there twice after strokes; my daughter and I have been there as well with some medical issues and every time we have been treated with care and compassion. Any questions we have had, they have tried to answer as well as they could and have been very supportive. We feel thankful to have a hospital that cares.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
5 of us just ate at the Summit and we all were very satisfied. For appetizer we had scallops which were so decadent, tender and melted in our mouth. We also has oysters and a dish with grits and bacon, delish! my husband tried their white bean soup which was also very tasty and creamy. Out of all the entrees, I liked mine the best, swordfish with delicious ok leeks, but all the other dishes were amazing as well. the service was superb and the desserts, out of this world, truly a well worth culinary experience.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Best peach cobbler ever. Home cooking at its best.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The nurses were very caring and good, but the Case Manager and the Physical therapists and occupational therapists need some training and a human heart. There is no communication between the staff and no one knows what is going. The neurologists had said my dad CAN NOT go home and that he needed care; we were coordinating the care for him when I arrived at 3:00 pm to find out they were discharging my dad without talking to us or the people that were working on getting him the care he needed outside the hospital. No one had talked to us, he did not even have clothes to leave the hospital. They do not care that by releasing him early, before the care was set, they left us with no options and my dad does not have the care he truly needs. The problem? he has Medicare/Medicaid, so, they get rid of people because they want more money from private insurance. What truly upset me was having the case manager accuse me of trying to make her do Medicaid Fraud and putting her hand to my face like a child. More respect, and more support for families who are already struggling and having to deal with a love one in that situation. They should have a TEAM like other hospitals that communicate and see all sides of the situation and truly CARE about what the person needs and not you pocket book. I will not be going back EVER to that hospital. The rooms are not well taken care of, you call for help and have to wait a long time, and there is no compassion. no compassion at all.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago