Dr. jen adamsJennifer Adams, MD, FACP, is a Professor of Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.  Dr. Adams graduated from the University of Colorado School of Medicine and completed her residency in Internal Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. Jennifer then returned to Denver and joined the Division of General Internal Medicine at the University of Colorado and practices primary care in a federally qualified health center at Denver Health.  She has served as the Director and founder of the Denver Health Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship since 2014. Dr. Adams also serves as the Assistant Dean of Medical Education and Clinical Curriculum in the CU School of Medicine. In this role she is leading a large scale clerkship reform as the CU School of Medicine moves to an all-LIC curriculum.  She joined the Colorado Springs Branch team in 2022 as the Interim Associate Dean and is eager to learn about the unique community of Colorado Springs and share her experience in LICs and curriculum development with the talented leadership team at the Branch campus. 

C‚Äčontact:Jennifer.e.adams@cuanschutz.edu


 

Dr. Jaime BakerDr. Jaime Baker is a Clinical Instructor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Dr. Baker graduated from the University of Iowa School of Medicine and completed a residency in Internal Medicine with a focus in Hospital Medicine at the University of Colorado. She continued her career as a hospitalist and as an Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University where she created the Quality Improvement curriculum for multiple residency programs including surgery, anesthesia, OB/GYN and internal medicine. Following her time at the OSU, she accepted a hospitalist position for a community practice group in Denver. In this role, she worked closely with the quality department and performed many hospital-wide QI projects and built a pre-operative clinic in the hospital. Her work decreased cancellations in surgery and improved intraoperative and post-operative complications as well as patient reported post-operative pain. Following this, Dr. Baker joined Kaiser Permanente as a hospitalist at Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs. She became the Internal Medicine Liaison for the Colorado Springs Branch at its onset and now enjoys leading as one of the LIC Directors. She leads the CSB Quality Improvement and Patient Safety LIC which allows her to combine her passion for teaching about internal medicine in the Colorado Springs community with educating future physicians on leading system improvement and working to keep our patients safe.