Bill Bergman, M.D. is a physician and educator in the fast-growing field of Integrative and Mind-Body Medicine, focusing on a comprehensive approach to stress relief, wellness community and population health.

Dr. Bergman's medical education began as a Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude graduate of Amherst College in 1966. He went on to Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons as a member of the International Fellows Program at the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs and a Edward John Noble Foundation Fellowship recipient. Dr. Bergman completed his post-graduate training at Denver General Hospital in 1971, where he first began researching preventive healthcare and methods for reducing the risk of serious disease.

In 1972, Dr. Bergman affiliated with the New York City Department of Health, serving as staff physician at Rikers Island Adolescent Remand Shelter and as chief physician at the Bronx House of Detention. where he had first-hand experience with the impact of personal behavior on health and disease. 

After working as an Emergency Department physician in three hospitals in California, he established one of the most innovative preventive and integrative family practice clinics in New York City, where he specialized in natural medicine, clinical nutrition and stress management. 

Dr. Bergman has been an integral part of developing cooperative partnerships with local businesses and civic associations in Denver, Colorado around the concept of a healthy community through the non-profit 501(c)3 Rocky Mountain Resource Network that he founded in 2005.

​He and his wife now live in Naples, Florida where he is offering private Stress Relief consultations, serving as a clinician for SignifyHealth and providing health education and training as a volunteer at the non-profit St. Matthews House .


To schedule a Stress Relief consultation, call:

303 819-7072 or email:

About Dr. Bill Bergman 


Bill Bergman, M.D.

Healthy people, healthy community