Dr. Emily Field Warm

Dr. Emily Field Warm

Healing children in the rockies

I was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I have always loved caring for others and from an early age, I took every opportunity possible to work with kids—from babysitting and working as a camp counselor to doing research at a children’s hospital. When it came time to choose a career, Pediatrics seemed like a perfect fit for me.

My journey to CPMG

I graduated with honors from Vassar College where I earned a B.A. in Biology. I attended medical school at Case Western Reserve University and did my pediatric residency at the Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio. After residency, my husband and my love for the mountains took us first to New Mexico and then to Colorado. After working in a variety of different pediatric settings in the Denver and Boulder area, I joined Kaiser Permanente’s Baseline Medical Offices in 2011.

About my practice

Raising a child is one of the most rewarding jobs in the world. It is also one of the most difficult. As a parent and a pediatrician, I can really empathize with other parents. I strive to work as a team with families to help them raise healthy children. I have learned over my years in practice the importance of listening carefully to patients and parents. I see myself as a partner to help you make the best decisions to keep your child healthy. I love caring for babies, children and adolescents.

How I thrive

I enjoy a variety of outdoor activities in our beautiful mountains including hiking, bicycling and skiing. I am an avid swimmer, gardener and cook. Most of all, I enjoy spending time with my husband and our two teenagers.