About Bettina Willuhn
Bettina Willuhn was born and raised on Long Island, New York. She lived in Northern California before moving to Boulder with her husband in 1992. She was an international business manager for 11 years before transitioning into the medical profession. She has spent 8 years associated with the People's Clinic, a community health center in Boulder. She practiced in family medicine, prenatal care and became lead provider for their mental health program which was nominated for an award in excellence among non-profit organizations. She joined Boulder Medical Center in 2008. Bettina enjoys the full spectrum of family practice including pediatrics, adolescent care, adult medicine and geriatrics with a focus on preventative care. She speaks Spanish for patients require this expertise.
Areas of Specialty
Full spectrum family practice including neonatal care, pediatrics, adolescent care, adult medicine, geriatrics. Mental health care.
Education and Certifications
Graduate School — Duke University School of Medicine
Physician Assistant and Master of Health Science Degrees
Undergraduate — State University of New York at Albany
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Business Administration
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
National Health Service Corp Scholar
Colorado Association of Physician Assistants