72 Alexander Road
Lambertville, NJ 08530
Since 2009, Dr. Barter has been on the faculty for the Hunterdon Family Medicine Residency Program. She directs patient care at Hunterdon Family Medicine at Phillips-Barber and is responsible for providing and teaching maternity care and inpatient Family Medicine rotations.
Dr. Barter graduated from the University of Kansas Medical School and did her residency training at DeWitt Army Community Hospital, Ft. Belvoir, VA. She was a Flight Surgeon, residency faculty member, and taught at USUHS (The Uniformed Services University Health Sciences Medical School) during her time in the Army. She then taught at Family Medicine residency programs in St. Louis, MO, and Allentown, PA.
Since coming to Hunterdon, she has taken on several roles that speak to her passion for taking care of the community and maternity care. She is Chair of the Partnership For Health, an organization that is a collaboration of over 70 different community organizations working to improve the health of the residents of Hunterdon County. She is the Co-Chair of the Latino Access Committee. She provides and instructs residents and students in maternity care and was instrumental in starting the Centering Pregnancy group visit within the residency at Hunterdon Family Medicine at Phillips-Barber. She has been instrumental in getting grants to be able to provide access to care for prenatal patients in Hunterdon County. As a Certified Lactation Consultant, she has been working to help improve support for breastfeeding in the hospital. She is a faculty member for the Institute for Healthcare Communication and is frequently teaching and role modeling motivational interviewing skills. She is now one of the core faculty for the Residency.
She enjoys learning new languages, traveling, and running with her dogs.
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