Addiction Medicine Fellowship

Advanced training in addiction prevention, evaluation, and treatment.

The University of Colorado Addiction Medicine Fellowship is a one-year multidisciplinary program providing training in the treatment of patients with substance use disorders.

The University of Colorado  and the Department of Family Medicine (DFM) are dedicated to enriching the educational experience on our campuses by cultivating a climate of inclusiveness, respect, and understanding for everyone.

Promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion is part of our mission and of increasing importance as we seek to attract the best and the brightest to join our team - apply for our fellowships, internships, and residencies – and help us to better serve our patients and our community.

Please visit the DFM Diversity web page and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion website for additional information on services and resources.

Meet The Team

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Curriculum

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Rotation Schedule

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News & Updates

Congratulations!

Cover of 2019, 5280 Magazine, Top Docs Edition

Three Addiction Medicine Fellowship team members named to 5280 Magazine's 2019 Top Docs list.

  • Dr. Kaylin Klie
  • Dr. Patrick Fehling
  • Dr. Susan Calcaterra

"I feel a wave of gratitude to my colleagues for this honor. I also feel proud that Addiction Medicine as a field is gaining recognition, and I hope to be able to do both my fields--Addiction Medicine and Family Medicine--proud as we care for people with substance use disorders."

Dr. Kaylin Klie

Contact:

Laurie Lemmel
Program Coordinator
laurie.lemmel@cuanschutz.edu