Dr. Elizabeth Wolfe-Meyer graduated from University of Kansas School of Medicine in 2021. She is from a rural area and always enjoyed school and learning, which drew her to family medicine because it would allow her to continue her studies while serving a rural community. Dr. Wolfe-Meyer was drawn to Southern Colorado Family Medicine because of the rural training program and the full-spectrum training. The fact that she can live in the environment that she enjoys while continuing her hands on training is great!
Dr. Wolfe-Meyer’s interests include providing obstetric care and addressing health disparities. “I fully believe that being a well-rounded provider will reduce disparities in rural communities, particularly when virtual care is utilized when needed.” She enjoys taking virtual classes and doing CME that make her more qualified to provide specialty care for her patients who can’t or won’t travel to see specialists. The Rural Training Track program has a fantastic relationship with many specialists that have helped to broaden her training in ways that her patients deserve.
In her free time, Dr. Wolfe-Meyer enjoys dancing, baking, crafting, crocheting/knitting, reading, sewing, spending lots of time with her family and dog, and is recently getting into leather working.
University of Kansas
St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center
Valley-Wide Health Systems
San Luis Valley Health