From Golf to Emergency Care
Graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine
Graduated from IU School of Medicine in Indianapolis, IN with a medical degree
Mayo Clinic Emergency Medicine Residency
Completed residency at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN
Board Certified Emergency Physician
Passed board exams and finalized certifications to continue practice as an emergency physician
Green Berets at Golden Bear
Helps co-found Central Florida’s leading charity veteran golf tournament raising over $185k for the Green Beret Foundation.
Special Operations Fund
Continued success of the annual Green Beret golf tournament and growing need for assistance leads to broader mission and increased reach with the Special Operations Fund
Tyler Hartman, M.D.
Dr. Tyler Hartman, a graduate of Indiana University School of Medicine, embarked on a distinguished career as a Mayo Clinic-trained emergency medicine physician. His journey is a fascinating blend of healing, philanthropy, and personal passions. Beyond the hospital, Tyler co-founded the Green Berets at Golden Bear charity golf tournament, where his love for golf intertwines with his commitment to supporting special forces personnel and their families.
Tyler’s zest for life extends to the great outdoors, where he fearlessly engages in barefoot waterskiing, pushes his limits through distance running, and explores the world through travel. He also finds solace in outdoor manual labor, connecting with the land through hard work. Anchored in Knoxville, he shares his life with a loving wife and children, exemplifying a harmonious balance of healing, philanthropy, and family, inspiring those around him with his dedication to making a positive impact on the world.