Dawn Hutchinson, M.D.
Dawn Hutchinson M.D.

Practice accepting new patients.

Dawn Hutchinson, M.D.

(303) 415-3875
Primary Specialties
  • Internal Medicine
Medical Groups & Affiliations
  • Spruce Street Internal Medicine
4.4 out of 5 ( 109 Ratings) How The Ratings Are Compiled
I will never see her again and am looking for dr. outside boulder community because she was terrible. not knowledgeable about my conditions, lack of empathy, not knowledgeable about breast feeding and medication. waste of time and money. long time patient of dr. Browne who is way more thorough and cares.
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Compassionate, professional - excellent physician.
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Doctor was pleasant and likeable.
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When it was clear that I was having a hard time with her touching me during my annual physical, I said, "I'd like to get this over with". She responded by working faster while keeping her gentleness. This was my first time seeing her (I used to see Dr. Stone) and I am really thankful that she is my new doctor.
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  • Primary Office

    Spruce Street Internal Medicine
    2575 Spruce Street
    Boulder, CO 80303
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    Accepting New Patients Yes

    Phone (303) 415-3875

    Fax (303) 449-3112

    • About

      Physician Bio

      Dr. Hutchinson is a Colorado native, a Fellow of the American College of
      Physicians, and Board Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine.

      Born in Fort Collins, she graduated from Colorado College in Colorado Springs
      with a B.A. in Philosophy. Following medical school at the University
      of Minnesota in Minneapolis, MN and completion of her residency training
      at Presbyterian-St. Luke’s in Denver, she started a solo private
      practice in Indian Wells, California, focusing on geriatrics, preventive
      medicine and management of chronic disease.

      She later moved to Crestone, Colorado to pursue her spiritual path and
      continue her medical practice in a rural and medically underserved area.
      She has done volunteer medical work in Namo Buddha, Nepal, caring for
      monastics and villagers, fundraising, organizing volunteers, and instructing
      monastic healthcare workers.

      Her clinical interests include geriatrics and preventive medicine. Her
      philosophy of care focuses on creating a partnership with patients to
      construct a participatory care plan.

      In her spare time, she enjoys playing the piano, photography, skiing, tennis,
      and travel as well as spending time with her husband and two canine children.

    • Education

      Medical School

      University of Minnesota Medical School


      Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center