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Board-Certified Psychiatrist**

​Leon T. Que, Jr., MD, FAPA*

Initial (Intake) Consultations for New Patients are 90 minutes long via a HIPAA-compliant video link. We accept Aetna and Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance.  All others may join the clinic on a fee-for-service (Self Pay) basis.

New Patient Intakes

Call Us:  (720)818-4307

Why Is Our Clinic Different?

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Mail Service Only--No In-Person Appointments


We sincerely develop doctor-patient relationships that stand the test of time. Beyond word, longevity is our deed: Kathy, our biller, has been here for 10 years while Marie, our scheduler, began working here 13 years ago. It is the same stalwart crew that will get to know you personally over the long haul.

Leon T. Que, Jr., MD, FAPA

75 Waneka Parkway, Suite 101
Lafayette, CO  80026
Scheduling (720)818-4307 

Billing (720)670-8093

​Facsimile (720)617-7687


Note to Referring Clinics: Please do NOT fax records without the patient FIRST establishing a firm intake date; non-established patient Protected Health Information (PHI) will be destroyed immediately per HIPAA regulations.

Note to Pharmaceutical Representatives: We do NOT participate in pharmaceutical-based promotions in any way, shape, or form.

Records Requests: We will NOT respond to telephone or e-mail requests for records.  We will ONLY respond to properly-formatted HIPAA-compliant Releases of Information (ROI) relayed via Facsimile and/or US Postal Service.  All signatures will be verified.

Office Hours

Tuesday - Friday: By Appointment Only

Saturday-Monday: Closed

Walk-In Service is NOT Available

See "Updated Information" at the Top of Home Page for Time-Sensitive Notices

*Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association

**A Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc., a member Board of the American Board of Medical Specialties. 

Leon T. Que, Jr., MD, FAPA*

Board-Certified Psychiatrist**

In 2023, Dr. Que (pronounced "KAY") celebrates his 21st year of practice in the profession of medicine. After two decades, he still considers himself fortunate to be in a profession devoted to alleviating suffering and helping people in their quest to find happiness. Dr. Que provides integrated psychotherapy and/or medication management based on the unique circumstances of his patients. He listens to each patient carefully and with a thoroughness designed to glean the subtle nuances that distinguish each person under his care. 

Dr. Que strives for a genuinely collaborative doctor-patient relationship in which the risks, benefits, and alternatives of a given treatment are discussed in plain language. It is important to note that some individuals  under Dr. Que's care--after assessing their clinical needs and hearing their personal preferences--do not receive any psychotropic medications and are instead treated exclusively with psychotherapy. Of note, all new patients undergo a comprehensive 90-minute-long initial psychiatric assessment.

Dr. Que's goal is to provide each patient with a sophisticated multi-perspective understanding of their illness so that the patient's autonomy shines through in each medical decision. Dr. Que views his profession as a calling in life and seeks to provide an outstanding level of service to each and every patient. He completed his Psychiatry Residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital (consistently ranked in the Top 5 in Psychiatry per U.S. News & World Report) in Baltimore, Maryland. For a more in-depth narrative, click About Us.