Bruce R. Dorr, M.D.
Dr. Bruce Dorr is originally from Michigan although he has lived in Colorado for over 20 years. He majored in chemistry and biology, minored in German and psychology at Hope College in Holland, Michigan. He went to medical school at Wayne State University in Detroit and did his residency at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.
Dr. Dorr became a locum tenen physician – performing temporary physician work around the country – primarily in underserved areas of Arizona, Oregon, Washington, Virginia, New York and Michigan. He then joined the faculty of Denver Health. Serving as an assistant professor, he ran the urodynamics clinic and studied under Dr. Peter Sand and G. Willy Davila to further strengthen his incontinence and bladder disorder training. Dr. Dorr is certified to perform robotic surgery using the Da Vinci method; he co-chairs the robotic surgery committee at Littleton Adventist Hospital along with Dr. Watson.
Dr. Dorr joined our practice in 1997. He enjoys using his teaching skills in the private practice setting to educate his patients about various aspects of their health. He is certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology in OB/Gyn and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. He is a member of the American Urogynecology Society and the American Association of Gynecological Laporoscopists. He became certified as a BioTE medical practitioner in 2015 and is happy to be providing hormone optimization with pellet therapy for both men and women.
Dr. Dorr holds several positions at Littleton Adventist Hospital including Chairman of the OB/Gyn Department, Director of Pelvic Floor Services, Chairman of the Peer Review Committee and member of the Credentialing Committee. He is also a reviewer for the Colorado Medical Board.
Dr. Dorr has been married to his wife Cheryl since 1994; they have two children, Nicole and Alex. He loves to travel with his family. He has completed several marathons and triathlons and is heading to his first full Iron Man competition in September, 2017.