Kathryn M. Beauchamp, M.D.
Dr. Kathryn Beauchamp is a board certified neurosurgeon. She was raised in St. Louis, Missouri and attended the University of Colorado for Undergraduate and Medical School. Following Medical school she completed her residency in Neurological Surgery at the University of Colorado. She now practices at Denver Health Medical Center and the University of Colorado Health Science Center, where she has been primarily doing Neurotrauma and Spinal Surgery. Her many years of experience as a paramedic galvanized her commitment to trauma care and research, culminating in her joining the Denver Health team in 2004.
Dr. Beauchamp takes an active role on DHMC committees which include OR, ethics and pediatric trauma. She gives frequent lectures throughout the state to EMS professionals and other professionals taking care of neurotrauma.
Gene E. Bolles, M.D.
Dr. Bolles is a diplomate of the American Board of Neurosurgery and The American Board of Spine Surgery. He was raised in a small farming community in northern Ohio and attended the University of Michigan for Undergraduate and Medical School. Following Medical School he came to the University of Colorado in General Surgery. He was drafted as part of the build up for Viet Nam and became an Army flight surgeon, and then a Division Flight Surgeon and Division Surgeon of the 8th Infantry Division in Germany. Following his service he came back to The University of Colorado in Neurosurgery.
Following his residency he went to Boulder, Colorado and was a general neurosurgeon for 32 years along with being a Clinical Professor at the University of Colorado Medical Center. During this time, Dr. Bolles trained at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden in Gamma Knife Surgery. He subsequently performed Gamma Knife Surgery at the Rocky Mountain Gamma Knife Center in Denver in addition to his practice in Boulder and North Denver.
Dr. Bolles was appointed by Governors Richard Lamm and Roy Romer to the Colorado State Board Medical Examiners, where he served as Secretary for two terms. After 9/11, Dr. Bolles was asked to be Chief of Neurosurgery at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany to care for our soldiers during the wars with Afghanistan and Iraq. He served from Thanksgiving 2001 until Feb 2004. Subsequent to this, Dr. Bolles was asked to join the staff at Denver Health Medical Center and the University of Colorado Health Science Center, where he has been primarily doing Neurotrauma and Spinal Surgery.
Dr. Bolles has been interviewed by many news organizations, journals and magazines including 60 Minutes, Lehrer News Hour, Democracy Now! with Amy Goodman, and Anderson Cooper 360 regarding his experiences with the war. Over the years Dr. Bolles has done extensive humanitarian medical work in Belize, Mexico, Indonesia, and Albania. As a result, Dr. Bolles was awarded the Humanitarian Award by the American Association of Neurosurgery in April of 2006. That same year, he was a special invited guest to Iraq, hosted by President Mazzoud Barzani.
Jason Goodman, PA-C
A native of Westminster, Jason has over 15 years of healthcare experience working initially as a Respiratory Therapist before moving on to become a Physician Assistant. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from SUNY Stony Brook’s Physician Assistant program in 2002.
Prior to joining our staff here at Denver Health Medical Center, he has previous experience working in the areas of Neurosurgery, Interventional Pain Management and Pulmonary/ Critical Care Medicine.