*Formerly known as University of Colorado Hospital at Anschutz Medical Campus
University of Colorado Hospital on the Anschutz Medical Campus
The University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) on the Anschutz Medical Campus serves as the flagship hospital for the UCHealth system. UCHealth services one of the largest geographic areas of any health system in the country. UCH is the quaternary referral center offering complex cardiovascular treatments along with access to clinical trials within all sub-subspecialties of cardiology. Formal sections include: adult congenital heart disease; advanced heart failure, MCS/LVAD, and cardiac transplantation; clinical electrophysiology; interventional cardiology, complex structural heart disease, vascular medicine; multimodal cardiac imaging; cardio-oncology and cardiac amyloidosis; hypertrophic cardiomyopathy; prevention and lipid disorders; sports cardiology; and more.
Cardiology fellows rotating at UCH have access to high clinical volumes in all domains of cardiovascular disease as well as exposure to the latest technology in medical devices and involvement in cardiovascular clinical trials. The cardiologists who staff UCH are all faculty within the Division of Cardiology. Multi-disciplinary care with close collaboration is the norm, including formal relationships with cardiothoracic surgery, interventional radiology, vascular surgery, endocrinology, and pulmonary hypertension in the Heart and Vascular Center; medical oncology in the Cancer Center; various specialties in the Transplant Center; and emergency and critical care medicine through robust Cardiology Consultative and Primary Cardiology services (Step-Down, Cardiac Critical Care Units) on the inpatient side.
Fellowship required rotations include: Inpatient CCU, Inpatient Advanced Heart Failure-Transplant Cardiology, Echocardiography, Electrophysiology, Catheterization Lab, Advanced Imaging (including nuclear cardiology/PET, MRI, cardiac CT), Outpatient Specialty Clinics (preventative cardiology, vascular medicine, pulmonary hypertension, adult congenital heart disease). In addition, there are numerous opportunities for elective rotations to fit long-term career goals as well as research opportunities.