Brittney Coe, Physician Assistant

Brittney grew up in Charlottesville, Virginia, and in 2009 received dual bachelor’s degrees in biochemistry and biology from Virginia Tech. She continued her study there and completed a master’s degree in wildlife ecology, with a thesis focused on reptile physiology and toxicology. In 2013, Brittney moved with her husband to Albuquerque and began work on a PhD in ecology. She was well on her way to a career in academia when she rekindled a deeply held desire to have a more tangible impact on her community.

Brittney completed the University of New Mexico’s Physician Assistant Program in 2021 and was inducted into the Pi Alpha National Honor Society, all while raising a toddler. She is passionate about serving rural communities as a primary care provider with strong interests in women’s health, mental health, and preventative care.

She and her husband are avid skiers, rock climbers, fly fishing enthusiasts, and are thrilled to be living in Taos where they have so often taken weekend adventures. They are very excited to join the Taos community and raise their daughter in such a wonderful place.