Susan Kirelik, MD, is dedicated to helping kids recover from head injury. She works with patients and their support systems to ensure that children receive expert concussion care and the support they need at home to get better. Dr. Kirelik has practiced pediatric emergency medicine since 1992 and in the HealthONE system since 1994, leading the development of the HealthONE emergency department concussion program. From 2000 to 2003, she served as the medical director of Pediatric Emergency Services at the Medical Center of Aurora. When SkyRidge Medical Center opened in 2003, she joined as medical director of Pediatric Emergency Services and chair of the Department of Pediatrics. In 2013, she became clinical director in the Center for Concussion and continues to work as a pediatric emergency physician at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center. Dr. Kirelik has been involved in concussion education, teaching extensively to EMS providers, primary care physicians, parents and athletes. When Dr. Kirelik is not treating kids at the Center for Concussion or the emergency department, she enjoys gardening and a busy life with her husband and three kids.
To ensure children receive expert concussion care and the support they need at home to get better.