Skip to main content

Stacy Bartlett, MD

  • Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Dr. Stacy Bartlett is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and faculty at UPMC Shadyside Family Medicine Residency Program.

Dr. Bartlett is a native of Columbus, Ohio, and completed her undergraduate degree at Brown University. She then graduated from the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University where she was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society and Gold Humanism Honor Society. In medical school, Dr. Bartlett was named the Rhode Island Academy of Family Physicians Student of the Year and was awarded the John J. Cunningham Memorial Family Medicine Award in her final year.

Dr. Bartlett then moved to Pittsburgh to complete her Family Medicine Residency training at UPMC Shadyside where she served as a chief resident in her final year. Her residency honors include being awarded the Resident Advocacy award upon graduation. She completed the UPMC St. Margaret/University of Pittsburgh Faculty Development Fellowship in 2022. Dr. Bartlett is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine where she is involved in medical student education through teaching clerkship didactics and pre-clinical courses, research mentorship, and serving as the Family Medicine Interest Group Faculty Advisor. 

Her interests include women's health, physician well-being, and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion within the healthcare field. She directs the nephrology, urology, hematology, and oncology rotations and the gynecology didactic curriculum for the Shadyside Family Medicine Residency Program. Her particular interest in physician well-being is financial literacy for medical students and residents, and she has developed a financial literacy curriculum that she teaches within the Health Systems Management rotation and to regional and national audiences. She also leads the anti-racism book club for the residency and is a member of the Wellness Committee and the Team for Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity (TIDE) within the residency program.

Dr. Bartlett has a passion for women's health. She works to improve maternal/birthing person morbidity and mortality through innovations in postpartum and interconception care. During residency, she introduced and implemented a new model of care - 4th Trimester - to the Shadyside Family Medicine Residency and now serves as the Western Pennsylvania Physician Lead for the IMPLICIT Network (Interventions to Minimize Preterm and Low Birthweight Infants through Continuous Improvement Techniques). Through this quality improvement network, she works to implement Interconception Care (ICC) and 4th Trimester models in Family Medicine practices in Western Pennsylvania. 

In her spare time, Dr. Bartlett enjoys traveling, playing tennis, watching college football, trying new restaurants, and spending time with family and friends.

Representative Publications

Tsai J, Brooks K, DeAndre S, Ucik S, Bartlett S, Osobarmiro O, Wynter J, Krishna G, Rougas S, George P. Addressing Racial Bias on the Wards. Advances in Medical Education and Practice. 2018:9 691-696

Bartlett, S. In Response to Re-envisioning Family Medicine Residency Education. Family Medicine. January 2022.

Bartlett, S. Easing the Transition: A Checklist for the New Residency Graduate. Family Practice Management. Sept 2022. 

Weaver-Agostoni, J. Bartlett, S. Kosak, Z.  Allergic Rhinitis: Rapid Evidence Review. American Family Physician. May 2023. 

Bartlett, S. Learning While Teaching. Family Medicine. September 2023.



Bartlett S. IMPLICIT Network. STFM Learning Networks Summit. Invited speaker. Denver, CO. April 6-7, 2023.  

Bartlett S. Celebrating Minority Health Month: Improving Birth and Postpartum Care Outcomes by Bridging Relationships. Hosts: Kangaroo Birthing, Falk Foundation. The National Aviary. Pittsburgh, PA. April 20, 2023.  

Bartlett S. Improving 4th Trimester Care Through Implementation of an Early Postpartum Visit. Poster. 2023 FMEC Annual Meeting. Providence, RI. October 13-15, 2023.

Bartlett S. Through the Anti-racism Lens: Updating the Medical Education Prescription. Workshop. STFM Annual Medical Student Conference. Tampa, Florida. April 2023. Co-presenter: Goettel C.


Bartlett S. Improving Resident Wellbeing through a Financial Literacy Curriculum. Poster. STFM Annual Spring Conference. Indianapolis, Indiana. April 2022.

Bartlett S. How to Create a Culture of Anti-Racism at Your Residency Program. Workshop. STFM Annual Spring Conference. Indianapolis, Indiana.  May 2022. Co-presenters:  Goettel C., Truong O., Caresse L., Simpkins C.

Bartlett S.  How to Get Learners to Stop Snoring and Start Exploring in the Virtual World. Seminar. STFM Annual Spring Conference. Indianapolis, Indiana.  April 2022. Co-presenter: Goettel, C. 

Bartlett S.  Financial Wellbeing. Poster. Awarded Best Poster. UPMC Faculty Development Fellows Day. Pittsburgh, PA. June 2022.

Bartlett S. Creating a Culture of Cohesion with a Group Compact in a Family Medicine Residency Program. Scholarly Topic Roundtable Discussion. STFM Conference on Practice and Quality Improvement. Savannah, GA. September 2022. Co-presenter: Nakaishi, L.


Bartlett S., Moyer, B. 4th Trimester Care Innovations: Implementation Strategies of the IMPLICIT Network Model. Seminar. 2021 FMEC Annual Meeting. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. October 2021.