Richard A. Patt, M.D.
Dr. Patt founded the Aurora Family Medicine Center in 1976. Born and raised in New Jersey, he attended college at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology. He received his M.D. from the Medical College of Wisconsin and completed his internship at Boston City Hospital. The following two years were spent in the United States Public Service where he provided care to the medically needy in upstate New York. At the conclusion of this service, he continued his medical education at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center where he completed his Family Medicine Residency. Dr. Patt has continued his association with the University and still enjoys teaching medical students, interns and residents in the Family Medicine Department. As a practicing physician, he is interested in all aspects of Primary Care, including Pediatrics, Internal Medicine and Geriatrics. He continues to perform a wide variety of office procedures; many of which can prevent unnecessary hospital visits. On a personal level, Dr. Patt celebrated 50 years of marriage to his wife, Althea, in 2018. He enjoys spending as much time as possible with his wife, two children and his five grandchildren. He also tries to make time for many recreational activities including golf, tennis, skiing, and bowling. Traveling the world and attending live theater are also favorite activities for he and his wife. They are proud to be regular supporters of several Denver area theater companies and charitable foundations.