Bret Betz, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical

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Bret Betz, MD

Bret Betz, MD, is a UC Health physician specializing in orthopaedics and sports medicine as well as emergency medicine. He is also assistant professor in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. He is board certified in emergency medicine with a Certificate of Added Qualifications (CAQ) in sports medicine.

Dr. Betz is a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Medicine where he graduated as a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. He completed his residency in emergency medicine followed by a fellowship in primary care sports medicine at UC Medical Center.  

Dr. Betz currently serves as a team physician for the Cincinnati Bengals and Miami University Athletics.  His primary interests are in sports medicine and the treatment of athletes of all ages and abilities, including head injuries and general musculoskeletal care.  He sees patients currently at the White Oak and Clifton locations.    




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Emergency Medicine


Bachelor's Degree

The Ohio State University

Medical Degree

The Ohio State University


University of Cincinnati


Board Certifications

American Board of Emergency Medicine


American Board of Emergency Medicine (Sports Medicine)



Emergency Medicine, Sports Medicine