Doug J. Pitman, MD
- Amherst College
- University of Vermont Med School
- Washington Hospital Center
- Nat’l Health Service Corp
- Univ. of Vermont
Dr. Doug Pitman is a board certified family doctor. He has been practicing medicine in Montana for over 37 years.
Dr. Pitman was born in Queens, New York, and was raised in Port Washington, Long Island. He is married to Carolyn, who works as the Executive Director of the O’Shaughnessy Performing Arts Center in Whitefish. He is extremely proud of his children Aaron, Helena, Adam, and Elizabeth.
Dr. Pitman is an avid alpine skier and former cross country ski racer, soccer coach, tennis hacker, and screenwriter.
- Whitefish Personalized Healthcare, Whitefish, Montana – Comprehensive Concierge Medicine (2009-2011)
- Columbia Falls Clinic, Columbia Falls, Montana – Primary Care (1977-2009)
Education and Military Service:
- Family Practice Residency – Univ. of Vermont (1975-1977)
- Public Health Service/ Nat’l Health Service Corp (1973-1975) –Lieut. Cmdr., Lusk Wyoming
- Medical Internship, Washington Hospital Center, Wash. D.C. (1972-1973)
- M.D., University of Vermont Med School (1972)
- B.A., Amherst College, Massachusetts (1968)
Certifications and Memberships:
- American Board Family Medicine Board Certified (1977, 1983, 1989, 1995, 2002, 2009)
- ABFM Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine (1993, 2003)
- American Academy of Family Practice (1977-2010)
- American Medical Association (1998-2009)
- Elected to the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine (1993-2003)
- Medical Author: Journal of Prosthetics and Orthotics 2000 Vol. 12, Num. 4 >pp. 110-116.
- “A Clinical Investigation to Determine the Effectiveness of Biomechanical Foot Orthoses as Initial Treatment for Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome.”
- Born 05/19/46 in Queens, New York, raised in Port Washington, Long Island, New York.
- Married to Carolyn Koppel, Executive Director of the O’Shaughnessy Performing Arts Center, Whitefish
- Avid Alpine skier
- Former Cross Country Ski Racer
- Soccer Coach
- Tennis hacker