William “Bill” Newman, MD, is a general medicine and allergy and asthma specialist. He serves patients at Denver Allergy & Asthma Associates in Boulder, Lakewood, Westminster, Denver, Littleton, and Arvada, Colorado.
Dr. Newman grew up in Dayton, Ohio, where he lived and breathed Reds baseball. He received his undergraduate degree in biology from Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. While there, he worked in the immunology lab at the medical school, a position that sparked his interest in the field.
He obtained his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, on a U.S. Army scholarship. Dr. Newman completed his internal medicine residency at Fitzsimons Army Medical Center in Aurora, Colorado (now the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus).
Dr. Newman spent the next four years as a staff internist at the U.S. Army Hospital in Heidelberg, Germany. He left military service in 1997 and joined the staff of the University of Vermont in Burlington, where he was also an assistant professor of medicine, teaching medical students and residents.
After three years in primary care internal medicine, he sought specialty training and rejoined the Army to do so. He completed his allergy/immunology fellowship at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in 2002 and, from there, returned to Germany to become Chief of Allergy at the US Army Hospital in Würzburg, where he also functioned as chief of medicine.
He left Germany and the Army in 2005 to launch a solo allergy/immunology practice in Vermont and spent the next 11 years as an established allergist in the Burlington, Vermont, area.
When his son graduated from high school, he and his wife decided to make a bold change and return to Colorado. He joined Denver Allergy & Asthma and Associates in July 2016.
When not at work, Dr. Newman loves the wilderness and the mountains, camping, hiking, canoeing, and fishing whenever he can find the time. He is married and has a grown son who lives in Salt Lake City.