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Pulmonologist Dr. Catherine Wittman Joins National Jewish Health


Catherine Wittman, MD, has joined the pulmonary faculty at National Jewish Health in the Section of Critical Care Medicine and Department of Medicine. She comes to National Jewish Health from Kaiser Permanente, where she spent the past four years. Dr. Wittman completed her post-graduate work at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in internal medicine, and pulmonary and critical care. Her clinical areas of focus include interstitial lung diseases (ILD). She will see patients at the National Jewish Health main campus.  

Dr. Wittman received her medical degree at the State University of New York. Additionally, she has spent considerable time volunteering overseas with Doctors Without Borders in the Democratic Republic of Congo and with the Peace Corps in Morocco.

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