Hi, I’m Dr. Jeremy Bramwell, you can call me Dr. J

I was blessed to be born in a home where being physically active and enjoying the wonders of this world were a high priority along with the importance of opening every door of opportunity. When I was young, a traumatic accident threatened the ability of my parents and I to enjoy those activities, but exceptional medical care brought us back to full function. As I grew older and wiser, I realized I shouldn’t have survived that accident and wanted to make the most of the second chance I had been given and was led naturally into medicine. Two years as a missionary for my church in France, both teaching and being taught by people from all over the world and from all walks of life showed me the beauty and strength of a caring relationship with other humans, especially through their challenges and trials.
I chose family medicine because I enjoy long-lasting relationships with my patients and providing care through all stages of life. I believe in the importance of the family unit and helping promote health for each member of the family, so they can be their best selves and help their own family thrive.


I received a Bachelor Degree in Physiology and Developmental Biology from Brigham Young University and a Doctorate of Osteopathy at Midwestern University – Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine, graduating in the top 10% of my class. I completed my post graduate training at Franciscan St. Francis Health Family Medicine Residency in Indianapolis, Indiana. During residency, I was trained in the full spectrum of family medicine and received additional training in underserved health and sports medicine. I had the opportunity to lead as chief resident during my last year of training.

Medical Interests

Empowering and educating patients, sports medicine, preventative medicine, mental and emotional health, global health

Philosophy on Medicine

My medical philosophy is to partner with and empower the patient to make goals and decisions that promote health. By viewing each patient as a whole, and not merely focusing on disease, I hope to facilitate healing, prevent adverse health outcomes, and provide peace of mind.


Spending time with my amazing wife Stephanie and playing with my 4 energetic children: Madison, Sophie, Hadley, & Joey. Currently, playing king of the mountain (aka Wrestlemania) and board games are the activities you will find us enjoying most often. Personally, I love skiing, basketball, running, hiking, indoor soccer, fantasy football, & strategy board games.