Tillman Farley, MD

Dr. Tillman Farley is the chief medical officer of Salud Family Health Centers, a migrant/community health center with clinics across northeast Colorado. He is also an associate professor in the CU Department of Family Medicine.  Dr. Farley graduated from the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and completed his family medicine residency at the University of Rochester. He spent three years in private practice in upstate New York, and then three years in practice in far west Texas directing two federally qualified rural health centers prior to moving to Colorado. Dr. Farley has implemented a variety of successful integrated care models in New York, Texas, and Colorado. His research interests include integrated primary care and health disparities. He lectures widely on integrated primary care, community health, health disparities, racism in healthcare, and immigrant health. He is currently vice-chair of the National Association of Community Health Centers Behavioral Health and HIV Committee. He is also on the board of directors of the Farley Center for Peace, Justice, and Sustainability in Verona, Wisconsin.

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