Originally from Boulder, Colorado, Dr. Kelly-Anne Shedd-Hartman (Dr. KASH) grew up on an organic produce farm, along with her four sisters.
She attended Colorado State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a minor in Human Anatomy and Neuroscience. In 2009, Dr. KASH completed medical school locally – earning her D.O. degree at LECOM in Bradenton, Florida. After finishing medical school, she completed four years of OB/GYN residency and surgical training at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center in Toledo, Ohio.
Dr. KASH’s philosophy is centered on a holistic approach to women’s health, which is consistent with her choice of becoming an Osteopathic physician. She is a stronger proponent of nutritional education, exercise and natural healthcare.
Dr. KASH holds a special interest in prenatal health and education on improving neonatal/infant safety. She has published research on SIDS – ‘Improving infant sleep safety: Now I Lay Me (Safely) Down to Sleep’ (2013).
Dr. KASH lives in Sarasota with her husband Jeff. She and her husband are avid gardeners and outdoor enthusiasts. They also have a big heart for rescue animals and love their cat and two dogs.