William Chisholm, MD
"I’ve always been interested in the tradition of medicine—practicing good, basic primary care the way it used to be done. I listen carefully to my patients and take the whole person into account: physical, emotional, and psychosocial. If one area is out of balance, it will impact everything else."
William Chisholm vividly recalls the pediatrician who cared for him as a young boy—an archetype of “The Physician;” a role model who inspired him to become a primary care doctor. Now, as a practicing physician himself, Chisholm likes to focus on prevention and wellness; on stopping problems before they take root. And helping ill patients heal is especially gratifying to him. “The best thing about being a doctor,” he says, “is watching my patients get better.”
A native of New Jersey, Dr. Chisholm earned his MD at New Jersey Medical School and completed his internship and residency programs through the University of Colorado at Denver’s Rose Medical Center. He is board certified in family medicine.
Chisholm loves to read and is interested in history, political science, and governmental policy. He also enjoys hiking and biking in the great Colorado outdoors, cooking, and spending time with family and friends. He and his girlfriend adopted a “crazy” older cat called Jacque, who keeps them on their toes, from the Dumb Friends League.
Dr. Chisholm practices at our Aurora Clinic.