Jeremiah Bartley, M.D. FACOG
- Bio After graduating from high school, Dr. Bartley attended Yale University graduating in 3 1/2 years with a B.A. in Religious Studies. Dr. Bartley attended the University of Miami School of Medicine, and was accepted to his first choice for residency - the top OB/GYN program at the time, Case Western Reserve University at the University Hospital of Cleveland. As a resident, Dr. Bartley quickly distinguished himself earning the nickname "the man with the golden hands" due to his surgical talent. After residency he moved to Brighton to serve his two year commitment with the U.S. Public Health Service. By the end he had fallen in love with Colorado, its people and the Mile High environment and decided to make Colorado his home. Dr. Bartley is married and has two children.
During his time in Colorado, Dr. Bartley has been active in improving the quality of women's healthcare. He is a current member and former president of the Colorado Perinatal Care Council. In 2001, Dr. Bartley served as the President of the Colorado Gynecological and Obstetrical Society. In May 2008, Dr. Bartley was honored by Black Enterprise Magazine. Most recently, Dr. Bartley was appointed by Governor Bill Ritter Jr., to serve on the Hospital Provider Fee Oversight and Advisory Board.