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Kevin McClintock, MD

  • Specialties: Hospitalist
  • Mt. San Rafael Hospital
    410 Benedicta Avenue
    Trinidad, CO 81082
  • Office: 719-846-9213
After serving many years as one of Mt. San Rafael Hospital's Emergency Room physicians, Dr. McClintock transitioned in the Fall of 2016 to serving as a Hospitalist. During his time at Mt. San Rafael Hospital he has also served as Medical Director for the Emergency Department.

During Dr. McClintock's many years serving this community, he has provided his medical expertise and vast medical knowledge to many organizations. In addition to his Hospitalist duties at Mt. San Rafael Hospital, he remains the Medical Director providing oversight to the Trinidad Fire and Trinidad Dispatch Departments, Sangre de Cristo Hospice and Palliative Care located in Pueblo, and Health Care Partners based out of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Additionally, he continues to practice emergency medicine for EmCare Physician Services based out of Pensacola, Florida, Innova Emergency Medical Associates, P.C., based out of Denver, Colorado, Miners' Colfax Medical Center located in Raton, New Mexico, and Emergency Staffing Solutions based out of Dallas, Texas.


Dr. McClintock received his bachelor's degree in molecular, cellular and developmental biology and biochemistry from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He received his medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School located in Ann Arbor. Dr. McClintock completed an internship in general surgery at St. Joseph Hospital located in Denver, Colorado, and a residency in Diagnostic Radiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center located in Omaha.

Dr. McClintock speaks some Spanish and some Thai, and has extensive continuing medical education, especially related to trauma patients and their care.

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Dr. McClintock loves practicing medicine in Trinidad and plans to do so until he retires. He enjoys the great people, his family, and our small town. It is nice to be recognized around town rather than just being another face in the crowd. Few healthcare providers understand the nuances and obstacles faced by the small town provider. Though Dr. McClintock may preach the importance of disposition, ultimately, his philosophy in healthcare is to workup, treat, and manage patients the way he would want his family and loved ones or himself cared for; oftentimes, understanding what the patient is most worried about and addressing that will go a long way towards treating the patient and their condition. He does not pretend to know everything, but continues to learn every day. More emphasis is placed on training and less on experience, but at some point, when "practicing" medicine, experience trumps all.

Dr. McClintock enjoys spending time with his family, travel, hiking, and mountain climbing.