Pete Barba (pronounced Bahr-BAY), MD, is a Board Certified Family Practice
physician specializing in men’s health and care of the elderly.
Dr. Barba attended Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia,
where he earned his Doctorate with honors in 2001. He then completed a
residency (2001-2004) in family practice from Swedish Family Medicine
at the University of Colorado. He spent his final year there as chief resident.
With the goal of preventing chronic illnesses like diabetes and obesity,
Dr. Barba promotes exercise and following a healthy diet. He performs
skin biopsies and joint injections, among other procedures. He takes pride
in showing a personal touch while practicing up-to-date, evidence-based
medicine. Dr. Barba has worked with oncology, stroke and trauma teams
as a medical consultant.
Dr. Barba balances work with a busy home life in Camino, where he and wife
Kate raise their six-year-old twins. There, Dr. Barba can normally be
found cooking, gardening or completing home improvement projects. He enjoys
the outdoors, especially hiking, skiing and sailing. Together, he and
his family have seen 20 states, ten national parks and five countries.
He and his wife have visited over 30 countries together.