Tracy L. Anderson, MD
I speak: English
My gender: Female
Where I practice
I am incredibly privileged and humbled by the opportunity patients give me to care for them. I can honestly say that I love my job. I am a Colorado native born in Boulder and raised in Colorado Springs. I attended CU Boulder and then University of Colorado School of Medicine. I trained in OB-GYN at Saint Joseph Hospital and have been lucky to be a Kaiser Permanente doctor since 1995. I think I was put on earth to care for women. My first job was as a national ambassador for my sorority. In medical school, I just felt at home on my OB-GYN rotations. Then to top it off, I am the mother of three wonderful young ladies. I am married to my medical school sweetheart and he is a pediatrician.
About my practice
I look forward to seeing my patients and view the practice of medicine as a partnership. I share all the information I have, and hope that my patients and I can make the best decision for their given situation. I will offer my opinion if I think one course or another would be better for my patients. Electronic medical records help me to see the big picture of your health, so I can make good use of our time together and answer your questions. I enjoy the variety my work provides – some days I’m in the office seeing new and long-term patients, and other days I’m in the operating room where I use the skills I have trained for and get to experience the joy of labor and delivery. When delivering babies, I enjoy helping people transition into such a new and wonderful time in their life.
How I thrive
I thrive with my family. I do some volunteer work in a clinic for battered women, as well as a Kaiser Permanente-supported program where I work two afternoons a month in an indigent clinic. To thrive physically and mentally you will find me on long walks on my days off.