Dr. Roxana Witter, MD, MSPH, MS
Medical Director, Boulder
Dr. Roxana Witter was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, but spent most of her childhood living in several cities in the United States. She became very familiar with Colorado after visiting her grandmother in Colorado Springs every summer. She finished high school in Cleveland, Ohio and then attended Georgetown University, where she majored in Biology.
Afterwards, Dr. Witter worked as a veterinary technician and medical technologist for a tissue typing laboratory for kidney transplants in Los Angeles. Subsequently, Dr. Witter moved to Denver to attend the University of Colorado. There she earned a Master’s degree in Immunology and her Medical Doctorate degree. Dr. Witter began her graduate medical training in internal medicine at St. Joseph Hospital in Denver. She continued her training in Occupational and Environmental Medicine at the University of Colorado, earning a Master of Science of Public Health while in training.
Dr. Witter brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Peak Form, being Board Certified in Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and a member of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. She is also an assistant professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and the Colorado School of Public Health.
Moreover, Dr. Witter continues to serve as Site Occupational Medical Director at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden, Colorado. Most recently she served as the Program Director for the University of Colorado’s Occuptional and Environmental Medicine Residency program!
Dr. Witter loves spending time with her husband and 4 children, for whom she is making quilts from their childhood t-shirts. She also enjoys their urban farm, complete with 2 dogs, 2 cats, 2 chickens and 2 ducks. When not tending to the farm, she can be found hiking, gardening, skiing, swimming, sometimes reading and occasionally cooking!