Dr Bacon


From Massachusetts

Knows English

Practicing for 25 years

Graduated from CU Medical School

Location Wheat Ridge

About Nicki Bacon MD

Dr. Nicki Bacon came to Colorado from overseas, to start college at the University of Colorado in Boulder. She graduated with a degree in psychology. Dr. Bacon then went to nursing school and graduated with a BSN. She worked as an RN at TCH – NICU for 10 years before deciding to change careers and go to medical school. Dr. Bacon graduated from CU Medical School and completed her pediatric residency at The Children’s Hospital in Denver. Her residency class included Dr. Nagel and his wife! She is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado and volunteers at a Warren Village Clinic. She has two grown children. Dr. Bacon feels like working with your children is a privilege and she learns something from each and every child.

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Why I am a Pediatric Provider?

In medical school you choose paths: medicine or surgery, and then you pick a specialty in that group. I chose medicine and working with children. In pediatrics, the patients usually get better and parents are doing their very best, for the most part, to do the best they can for their child. Pediatricians seem to be the most happy of the specialists. The children themselves make you smile and laugh. It is a privilege to be a part of someone's family and share tears and success.

Favorite outdoor activity

Going to the beach

Fun Fact

I picked potatoes in Maine as a child.

Favorite childhood toy


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