Chandra Hartman, MD, FAAFP
Dr. Hartman joined the Rose faculty group in 2009. Originally from New Hampshire, she first enjoyed the Colorado mountains as an undergraduate at CU Boulder. After receiving her medical degree from Temple University in Philadelphia, she crossed the country again to train at the Ventura County Medical Center family medicine residency. Colorado drew her back following graduation, and she spent several fulfilling years working at a Community Health Center, providing care for recent immigrants, the uninsured and the underinsured. Through her work at the clinic, she met and worked with many talented, energetic Rose residents and fell in love with teaching. Her clinical interests include teaching procedural skills, advocacy and leadership for underserved and underrepresented minorities and GLBT health. In 2013, Dr. Hartman assumed the Associate Director of Education role at Rose and in 2014 will take on the exciting role of Program Director for the program. When not at work, she enjoys spending time with her partner, Julie, and their two dogs, doing everything possible in the beautiful mountains and trying not to hurt herself on home improvement projects.