mEET yOUR PROVIDERS
Lynne Yancey, MD (Level II)
Lynne Yancey, MD, Workwell’s Assistant Chief Medical Officer, is a board-certified emergency physician and DOWC Level II-certified occupational physician. She joined our team with 28 years of clinical, teaching, and management experience in academic, military, and private practice environments. Dr. Yancey has published extensively, has developed medical curricula in emergency medicine and interprofessional care, and has presented locally, nationally, and internationally. She enjoys hiking and travel, as well as singing with a local women’s ensemble.
Robert Watson, MD, MPH (Level II)
Robert Watson has been practicing occupational medicine in Colorado since the mid 1990s, although his career path has taken him to such places as Tanzania and Doha, Qatar. He holds a master's in Public Health from the Medical College of Wisconsin and obtained his doctorate from the University of Washington School of Medicine. Dr. Watson is board certified in preventive medicine and occupational & environmental medicine.
Jocelyn Cavender, PA-C
Jocelyn started her medical career as an EMT while getting her bachelor’s degree in Medical Biology prior to obtaining her master’s degree as a Physician Assistant. She has worked in a variety of environments, including serving as a Department of Defense contractor in Afghanistan. Jocelyn has been specifically treating occupational medicine patients for over five years. Her passion is ensuring her patients feel like family. While going to the Maldives is on her bucket list, she says anywhere with her kid is her favorite place to be.
Lora Mozer, PT
Lora received her Bachelor of Science degree in human kinetics and leisure studies from The George Washington University and went on to get her master’s in physical therapy at Regis University. Lora has worked in outpatient orthopedics since graduating from PT school in 1997. Since graduation, Lora has lived and worked in the Denver area.
Rip Mobus, DC
Dr. Richard “Rip” Mobus is a 1990 graduate of Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon, where he studied an evidence-based approach to manipulative medicine. Dr. Mobus has worked in an integrated setting with medical providers in occupational medicine while serving on various committees with the Colorado Division of Workers Comp and partnering with the Medical Task Force that revised neck and lower back medical treatment guidelines. He was also a course instructor for the Division of Work Comp Level 1 re-accreditation program for nine years. In his spare time, he also performs Independent Medical Exams and record reviews. Outside the workplace, Dr. Mobus competes in road cycling, having started his own team in 2016.