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Meet our board-certified OB/GYN physicians, midwives, and advanced practitioners, and find a specialist in your area for comprehensive care in preventing, diagnosing, and treating women’s health issues.

Greta Brandstetter

Education:

  • Undergrad: Wellesley College
  • Residency: Cleveland Metropolitan General Cuyahaga County Hospital
  • Medical: St Louis University School of Medicine

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About Greta Brandstetter

Dr. Greta Brandstetter hails originally from Grand Junction. She went out of state for college, medical school, and a residency in Ob/Gyn then returned to Colorado to pursue her professional career. She has been practicing in the Thornton area for over 30 years, developing long-term relationships with patients – sometimes caring for several generations of women in one family. Educating and assisting women through the changing phases of life is a focus of her practice. What makes Colorado home to you? I was born and raised in Grand Junction. I went out of state for college, medical school and residency but then returned for family and the Colorado quality of life. What are your passions outside of work? Being outdoors, attending plays and musicals and reading mystery novels. Why did you become an OB/GYN? I wanted an opportunity to have long term relationships with patients. I enjoy combining surgery (a chance to fix problems) with office care where I can treat and educate my patients. What in your career are you most proud? Practicing in my community for over 30 years. What is the most important part of your job? Educating women of all ages as they progress through life. Progressing through health and sexuality, pregnancy and menopausal changes.
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What Makes Colorado home to you?
I was born and raised in Grand Junction. I went out of state for college, medical school and residency but then returned for family and the Colorado quality of life.
What are your passions outside work?
Being outdoors, attending plays and musicals and reading mystery novels.
Why did you become an OB/GYN?
I wanted an opportunity to have long term relationships with patients. I enjoy combining surgery (a chance to fix problems) with office care where I can treat and educate my patients.
What in your career are you most proud about?
Practicing in my community for over 30 years.
What is the most important part of your job?
Educating women of all ages as they progress through life. Progressing through health and sexuality, pregnancy and menopausal changes.

Languages:

  • English