John Hartman

Dr. Hartman was born in Tacoma, Washington near Fort Lewis and grew up in a military family.
They would eventually settle down in Central Texas near Fort Hood. He attended Texas A&M University and is a proud member of the Fightin’ Aggie Class of 2011. He completed his degree
in Cellular and Molecular Biology with a Neuroscience minor magna cum laude and developed a passion for neuroscience research with a focus in learning, memory, and how acute/chronic
pain states can undermine recovery after spinal cord injury.
Dr. Hartman went on to complete medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch knowing he wanted to complete a fellowship in pain management. He graduated in the top
quartile of his class and continued to work on research pertaining to pain medicine. He continued his training at the Baylor College of Medicine Anesthesiology residency for four years
and was awarded the I CARE Certificate of Excellence from the Michael E. DeBakey Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the Alon P. Winnie Award from the residency for
outstanding performance in regional and pain management.
After his residency, Dr. Hartman continued his training in an ACGME pain management fellowship at Baylor Scott and White working with excellent mentors, physicians, and local
leaders in the field of pain management. He continued to present new research at national anesthesiology and pain conferences.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Hartman enjoys football and basketball. Some of his hobbies include hiking, weightlifting, and is a headphones/music enthusiast.
Fellowship in Pain Management
Diplomate of the American Board of Anesthesiology