Dr. Blanchet was raised in Louisiana on his family's rice and cattle farm. He attended medical school at LSU and completed his Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Missouri. He began practice in Boulder in 1986 and opened his own private practice in 1998.
Dr. Blanchet is a well-known and respected member of the Colorado medical community. He served as the Director of the Boulder Valley IPA and Medical Director of Boulder Manor. Currently, he is the Medical Director of Professional Home Health Care, a Board Member at Tara School of Performing Arts, and the Owner/Medical Director of Front Range Preventive Imaging. He is a local keynote speaker and advocate of early detection and prevention of heart disease and colon cancer.
He is passionate about providing effective management of cardiac health in his patients and combines a wonderful, kind approach with keen intellectual abilities. Dr. Blanchet's patients benefit from his willingness to take the time necessary to diagnose and treat complex medical conditions.
Donna and Bill have been married since 1981 and have three children. He is an enthusiastic gardener. His favorite pastime is fly fishing.
Dr. Maiocco graduated from Wellesley College and went to graduate school in social work at Washington University. She completed her medical degree at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and completed her residency in Internal Medicine in Portland, Maine. She moved back to Colorado to be closer to family and joined Boulder Internal Medicine in 2012. She became a fellow of the American College of Physicians in 2018.
Dr. Maiocco has three children and is busy with their various activities as well as being an avid runner and hiker, and generally enjoying all things offered in Colorado. She is thrilled to be living in Colorado and loves working in this practice as it offers more time with patients and getting to know their stories and treating the whole person.
Dr. Maiocco enjoys all aspects of Internal Medicine with particular interest in women's health, cardiology, diabetes, osteoporosis, nutrition, psychology, and preventative care. She is an intelligent, warm, and caring physician who delights in connections with patients and delving into complex medical problems together with them.
Dr. Johnson earned her bachelor’s degree in Human Biology from Stanford University. After a brief stint teaching high school science, she returned to Colorado to get her medical degree from The University of Colorado. Dr. Johnson is board certified in Family Medicine and has additional certification by the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine. She is also a board member of Helping Hands Health Education and sometimes participates in medical clinics in Nepal.
Dr. Johnson has special interests in preventive medicine, women’s health, and integrating alternative and conventional medicine. She sees her role as a facilitator to help people obtain optimal health. She enjoys getting to know her patients and finding the best way to support them in their health process. Dr. Johnson believes that healthcare should be a dialogue between patient and physician with the patient at the center of the conversation.
Dr. Johnson is fluent in Spanish and enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, practicing yoga, hiking, and skiing. Her motto is “Live Well, Laugh Often, and Love Much”.
John Campbell is a native of Colorado. He graduated from the University of Colorado and from Physician Assistant training at Emory University in Atlanta. John began working at Boulder Internal Medicine in 1999 and then joined Dr. Blanchet in the creation of the Advanced Prevention Program in 2009.
John and his wife, Keri, have two sons. John coaches basketball, participates in Iron Man competitions, and, in his copious spare time, remodels his house.
He is a fully licensed Physician's Assistant and authorized by the DEA to prescribe medications. John provides complete care for his patients both in the office and the hospital. His patients love his happy, outgoing personality and appreciate his caring approach to medicine.
Kylie McBride was born and raised in Niwot, Colorado. She attended the University of Colorado at Boulder for her undergraduate education. After graduating from the University of Wyoming, School of Nursing, Kylie began her medical career as a RN, focusing on cardiac and vascular surgery. She then continued her education, focusing on primary care and preventive medicine; and subsequently completed her training and certification as a Nurse Practitioner through the University of Colorado. Having completed her NP training and given her experience in cardiac care, joining Boulder Internal Medicine was a natural fit.
Kylie has now been at Boulder Internal Medicine for three years, and enjoys the opportunity to spend time with her patients focusing on preventive care. She is a fully-licensed Nurse Practitioner and has prescriptive privileges through the DEA. Kylie provides comprehensive care to her patients, including primary and acute needs.
Kylie and her husband live in Erie, CO with their daughter, Blake.