Valley-Wide Health Systems is pleased to announce that Terri Bowland, DO, FACOFP, has recently joined the medical staff at three Valley-Wide Health Systems clinics in the San Luis Valley.
Dr. Bowland will work two days per week each at the Cesar E. Chavez Family Medical Center in Center and at the Edward M. Kennedy Health Center in Monte Vista. She will work one day per week at the Alamosa Family Medical Center serving as a mentor for the Rural Training Track residents.
“I am excited to be part of the San Luis Valley community and Valley-Wide Health Systems,” Dr. Bowland said. “The mission of Valley-Wide, to serve all people, is one that resonates with me, and I am delighted to continue my career here.”
Dr. Bowland had served as a primary care physician in many different practice settings including fast-paced urgent care, telemedicine and military environments. She has worked at Salud, one of our “sister” Colorado Community Health Centers. Dr. Bowland is a lecturer on healthy lifestyles and preserving health.
Dr. Bowland earned her medical degree at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California after earning a Bachelor of Arts in Integrative Biology at the University of California, Berkeley. She completed the Family Medicine Residency program at Southampton Hospital in New York. She is a Fellow of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians.
In her free time, Dr. Bowland enjoys playing with her twin toddler boys and her family dog, Misha, and watching the boys grow. Other hobbies include reading and spending time in the beautiful Colorado outdoors.