Laurel Bartholomay, MD
Dr. Laurel Bartholomay is the founder and medical director of Canyon View Wellness & Spa. She is a gynecologist who has been in private practice in Grand Junction since 1994. She is incredibly passionate about helping her patients look and feel their best, as well as achieve their medical and aesthetic goals. Her expertise in hormone replacement therapy is exclusive here in the Grand Valley. Not only does she have 9 + years of experience in injecting, but she is incredibly passionate about it. It allows her to use her artistic and creative side. In addition to this, she is a lifelong learner, so Dr. Bartholomay is always eager to discover new techniques and ideas to share with her patients. She continues to expand her expertise by taking advanced courses in learning the latest practices and technology in hormone replacement therapy.
Dr. Bartholomay grew up in North Dakota and received her undergraduate degree from Colorado State University. She graduated from the University of Colorado School of Medicine and completed her OB-GYN residency at Saint Joseph Hospital in Denver. She is board certified in OB-GYN and is a fellow member of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. She is married with two children and enjoys spending time with family and friends. Dr. Bartholomay also loves traveling and listening to music. In her free time, she loves to get active outdoors with biking, skiing, and riding horses. Dr. Bartholomay is grateful for the many patients she has been privileged to help care for. She is honored to have played a role in bringing positive change to her client’s lives, as well as supports how important it is for us all to practice a healthy lifestyle.
Dr. Bartholomay is an advocate for Bio-identical hormone replacement with pellet therapy, and she describes giving this treatment to her patients as gratifying. She strongly feels that through this form of hormone replacement we can help both women and men become their best selves and continue to live their desired lifestyles as they continue to age.