Dr. Amie Meditz is board certified in infectious diseases and internal
medicine. After completing her undergraduate degree at Austin College
in Sherman, TX, Dr. Meditz received her medical degree and internal medicine
training from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas.
She subsequently completed a fellowship in infectious disease at the University
of Colorado School of Medicine in 2006.
Before joining the Beacon Center for Infectious Disease in 2013, Dr. Meditz
was an assistant professor at the University of Colorado. Her original
scientific investigations have led to more than 30 articles in peer reviewed
scientific journals. Additionally, she received awards in 2012 and 2013
recognizing her outstanding leadership skills and excellence in patient
care and research. More recently, she was co-recipient of the 2015 Astute
Clinician Award from the Colorado of Public Health and Environment.
Dr. Meditz manages the full spectrum of inpatient and outpatient infectious
disease problems. She lives in the Boulder area with her husband and enjoys
cooking, hiking, riding horses, running and road biking