The Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Colorado and Denver Health Medical Center has several fellowships that cater to the unique skillset needed by military emergency physicians. With a focus on combat casualty care in future battlefield environments, we are training emergency physicians to be leaders in the military and experts in civilian health care systems, and hospitals. We have a 20-year long history of training military emergency physicians in specialty fellowship programs and training DoD medics (e. g. SOF Medics, Navy Corpsman, etc.) across different sub-specialties. Most recently, UC Health has launched a new sustainment and training platform at UCH Colorado Springs (Memorial Hospital) for active duty Army and Air Force emergency physicians and surgeons.
Hoanvu N. Nguyen MD; MC, USAF
Toxicology, graduation 2022
Christopher J. Pitotti MD, FACEP; MC, USAF
Toxicology, graduation 2022
This SAEM accredited fellowship is specifically designed to train healthcare leaders by developing expertise in clinical operation, quality management, process improvement, human resource management, information technology, financial management, program development, observation medicine, and effective leadership.
This ACGME approved fellowship is designed to complement core Emergency Medicine residency education and prepare graduates to work in a variety of critical care settings.
This ACGME approved fellowship is designed to give fellows the opportunity to be actively involved in medical direction, specialized pediatric EMS oversight, field medicine, flight medicine, special events and disaster/mass gathering planning.
This fellowship prepares emergency physicians to effectively participate in global health by providing training in the foundations of emergency medicine education, emergency systems development, humanitarian assistance, disaster management, community and public health, travel and ﬁeld medicine, and program management.
This SAEM accredited fellowship is designed to train the fellow in the ethical conduct of clinical research and to provide the skills necessary to obtain extramural funding and to become an independent physician-scientist in emergency medicine.
RMPDS has trained over 70 medical and clinical toxicologists since launching the first Medical Toxicology fellowship program in 1976. We have several programs in which we train medical and clinical toxicologists, from the United States and abroad.
The Ultrasound Fellowship at Denver Health Medical Center (DHMC) is a one year curriculum designed to train emergency physicians to be leaders in emergency ultrasound.
This fellowship is designed to blend formal didactic education, wilderness research, expedition experience, and diverse teaching opportunities. The Fellowship is hosted by the University of Colorado Section of Wilderness and Environmental Medicine.