Dr. Jamie Coleman Bio
Dr. Jamie Jones Coleman is a trauma and acute care surgeon at Denver Health and Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver. She also writes a blog titled ‘Hot Heels, Cool Kicks, & a Scalpel.’
Dr. Jamie Coleman Age
Dr. Jamie has not made her age public.
Jamie Jones Coleman Education
Jamie attended Wake Forest University but later transferred to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville graduating with a Bachelor of Arts. She earned her MD at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in Memphis, then went on to complete residency in Chicago at the Cook County Hospital and Rush University integrated general surgery program.
Dr. Jamie Coleman MD Husband
Jamie is married to a former NFL player-turned-lawyer. She wrote a blog on the Huffington Post about the conflict of a white trauma surgeon with a black husband based on her marriage.
“I am married to an amazing man who has been my best friend for the past 16 years. He happens to be black, and I happen to be white. Although I know him to be the wonderful husband and father that he is, that he has so many accomplishments both from the football field and now in law school, I also know he is “just” a black man to the police.
Right after the shootings occurred in Dallas, I called him with tears in my eyes, and reminded him to be careful. To make sure his tail lights always work. To not go a single mile per hour over the speed limit. To do everything in his power to prevent any encounter with law enforcement… Because I know that his 6’6″ 300-pound frame makes people, and especially the police, nervous.”
Dr. Jamie Coleman Children
Dr. Coleman is a mother to two sons.
Dr. Jamie Coleman Trauma Surgeon
Dr. Jamie Jones Coleman is a trauma and acute care surgeon at Denver Health and Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver. She previously worked as a trauma surgeon at Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital where she also doubled as an assistant professor of surgery. She began her career as trauma and surgical critical care fellow at Emory University / Grady Memorial Hospital.