Larry Green, MD
Distinguished Professor, Family Medicine

Medical School:
  • MD, Baylor College of Medicine (1973)
Undergraduate School:
  • BA, University of Oklahoma (OK) (1969)
  • University of Rochester/Highland Hospital of Rochester Program, Family Medicine (1976)
Languages: English
Department: Family Medicine

Professional Titles

  • Professor and Epperson Zorn Chair for Innovation in Family Medicine and Primary Care


  • Professor of Family Medicine (1977)
    School of Medicine, Family Medicine


  • Green LA, Miller WL, Frey JJ, Jason H, Westberg J, Cohen DJ, Gotler RS, deGruy FV. The time is now: a plan to redesign family medicine residency education. Fam Med 2022;54:7-15.
  • Amor SH, Daniels-Williamson T, Fraser-Barclay K, Dowrick C, Gilchrist EC, Gold S, Green LA, Hemeida S, Howe A, Jortberg B, Lam C, Owuar H, Pge H, Randenikumara. Advocacy training for young family doctors in primary mental health care: a report and global call to action. BJGP 2022; doi: 10.3399/BJGP.2021.0163.
  • Brown JB, Westfall J, Harper D, Green LA. From NAPCRG: Napcrg 50th anniversary—a year long celebration. Ann Fam Med 2022;20:191-2.
  • Gold SB, Gilchrist E, Kirchner RD, Razeen B, Green LA, Dickinson WP. The building blocks of behavioral health integration. The Eugene S. Farley, Jr Health Policy Center and the Practice Innovation Program at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, June 9, 2022.
  • Green LA, Bartlett G. The North American Primary Care Research Group strong at 50 years: the past, present, and future of primary are research. Family Practice 2022;38:980-1.
  • Green LA. ABMS Conference 2022 Informs and Challenges. ABMS Communique, Winter 2022.
  • Green LA. Commentary on Confronting Racism in Pediatric Care. Health Affairs. Nov 13, 2022.
  • Green LA. e-letter. Re: What is my value as a doctor? Ann Fam Med Jan 5, 2021.
  • Hughes LS, Mathieu S, Green LA. Colorado’s primary practices are fragile and at risk of collapse. Farley Center Health Policy Brief #16, January 15, 2021.
  • Green LA. e-letter. Re: Cherry blossoms will come again. Ann Fam Med Jan 19, 2021.
  • Westfall, JM, Liaw, W, Griswold K, Stange K, Green LA, Phillips RL, Bazemore AB, Jaen CR, Hughes LS, DeVoe J, Gullett, H, Puffer JC, and Gotler RS.Uniting Public Health and Primary Care for Healthy Communities in the COVID-19 Era and Beyond. J Am Board Fam Med 2021; 34:S203-S209.
  • Gold SB, Green LA, Westfall JM. Heeding the call for urgent primary care payment reform: what do we know about how to get started. J Am Board of Fam Med 2021;34:424-429.
  • Green LA,Puffer JC. Retrieving family medicines lost literature: the journal of family practice 1974-1999 archive. J Am Board of Fam Med 2021; 34:477-480. DOI:
  • Peek CJ, Westfall JM, Liaw W, Ewigman B, DeVoe, JE, Green LA, Polverento ME, Bora N, deGruy FV, Harper PG, and Baker NJ. Shared language for shared work in population health. Ann Fam Med 2021;19:450-456.
  • Fernald DH, Zittleman L, Gilchrist EC, Brou LI, Niebauer L, LedonneC, Sutter C, Felzien M, Westfall JM, Green LA. UPSTREAM! Together Evaluation Results from Community Efforts to Prevent Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Health Problems. Evaluation and Program Planning(2021), doi:
  • Carney PA, Thayer EK, Green LA, Warm EJ, Homboe ES, Carraccio C, Eiff MP. Conditions influencing collaboration among the primary care disciplines as they prepare the future primary care physician workforce. Family Medicine 2020;52:398-407.
  • Eiff PM, Fuqua-Miller M, Valenzuela S, Saseen JJ, Zierler B, Carraccio C, McDonald FS, Green LA, Careney PA. A model for accelerating educational and clinical transformation in primary care by building interprofessional faculty teams: findings from PACER. J of Interprofessional Education and Practice 2020.
  • Gold SB, Green LA. Colorado’s Continuing Journey to Integrated Care: Progress! Family Systems and Health. 2020;38:323-326.
  • Gold SB, Green LA, Westfall JM. How Payment Reform Could Enable Primary Care to Respond to COVID-19. The Milbank Memorial Fund. April 2020. Available at:
  • Gotler RS, Green LA, Etz RS. What 1966 Can Teach Us About the Future of Primary Care: The Case for Commuities of Solution. Milbank Quarterly Opinion. June 10, 2020.
  • Gold SB, Dickinson P, Green LA. Behavioral Health Policy Brief. (prepared for Bipartisan Policy Center). April 9, 2020.
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Specialty Information

  • Family Medicine, Board Certification (1976, 2017)

General Information

Medical Schools:
  • MD, Baylor College of Medicine (1973)
Undergraduate Schools:
  • BA, University of Oklahoma (OK) (1969)
Residency Programs:
  • University of Rochester/Highland Hospital of Rochester Program, Family Medicine (1976)
Languages: English
Department: Family Medicine
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Fitzsimons Building

13001 East 17th Place
Campus Box C290
Aurora, CO 80045

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