Brittany Barthelemy, DO


Current Resident


Brittany Barthelemy, DO

Residency Program

Family Medicine

Program Year


Medical School

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine




Dr. Barthelemy was born and raised in McAllen, a small city on the most southern border of Texas. She completed her undergraduate degree in Biology and Psychology at the University of Texas-Pan American. After graduation, she taught chemistry at McAllen High School. This is where she met her husband, a Georgia native who at the time, was teaching high school physics with Teach for America.

Dr. Barthelemy went on to complete a master’s in biomedical science at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic medicine prior to beginning medical school. Her medical interests include preventative medicine and health policy. In her free time, she enjoys cooking and spending time with her husband and two boxer dogs, Harvey and Athena. Together they like to go to concerts, spend time outdoors, and travel when they can.

“During my fourth-year clerkships of medical school, I spent a lot of time rotating through different departments at Northeast Georgia Medical Center. Everyone I worked with was happy to be there and took pride in their work. Every attending physician was excited to teach and have you there as a student. I am excited to be part of the inaugural class of Family Medicine, work with my fellow co-residents and be part of such a welcoming hospital system.”

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