After growing up in Colorado and graduating from CU Boulder undergrad, Dr. Michael Murphy “Murph” Gottlieb took his family to Norfolk, Virginia for medical school. He went on to do his residency training at Einstein Medical center in Philadelphia in 2014. He came home to Colorado after several years of practice in Rhode Island where he was also a clinical instructor at Brown University. Dr. Gottlieb believes in care that is a conversation and collaboration between patient and provider. His philosophy is to treat everyone with the same warmth and kindness he would want from someone caring for his mother, wife, or sister. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, camping, traveling, and astronomy.
The people here are the best in the world.
My wife and children. They keep me young and honest and bring me more joy than anything else.
To be part of something amazing. I’ve delivered thousands of babies and it still amazes me every single time.
How far I’ve come and how much I have learned along the way. When I think of how much time and dedication it took to get here, I am amazed. It is an awesome responsibility to care for patients and I have treated it as such from my first day at medical school.
Being at my absolute best when patient’s place their trust in me during their most vulnerable and special moments.
2010 – 2011 Albert Einstein Medical Center – Award for Excellence in the First Year of Residency
2013 – 2014 Albert Einstein Medical Center – Ambulatory Women’s Healthcare Award
2013 – 2014 Albert Einstein Medical Center – Coworker’s Choice Award
2013 – 2014 Albert Einstein Medical Center – Obstetrics award for Overall Excellence in Obstetrics
2015 – 2016 Warren Alpert Medical school of Brown University – Excellence in teaching award
Obstetrics (including high risk)
Minimally invasive surgery
Peri and postmenopausal care
Undergrad: Universityof Colorado at Boulder
Medical: Eastern Virginia Medical School
Residency: Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia
Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases in Colorado, we are no longer allowing visitors of any age. We understand that this is an inconvenience and potential child care cost for our patients, but the safety of our patients and health care providers is our top priority.