We are committed to training the next generation of family physicians whose varied backgrounds empower them to provide more equitable health care for their patients.
We strive to provide an inclusive environment for all residents, especially those who come from communities traditionally underrepresented in medicine with regard to race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, and religion.
As one of the nation’s top institutions for Family Medicine training, our program is proud to attract competitive applicants from across the country with unique paths to family medicine.
Our residents are privileged to serve a diverse patient population that includes refugees, undocumented immigrants, public school teachers, LGBTQIA+ youth and adults, and even other healthcare providers.
We believe diverse perspectives strengthen the collective educational experience for our entire program, and we support residents and faculty who use their unique personal experiences to contribute to a thoughtful and welcoming community.
We believe that our diversity in thought, people, and experiences will make us better able to meet the health needs of future generations.
The University of Colorado is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion at all levels. Follow the links to learn about the School of Medicine’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion, the Central Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Community Engagement for the entire CU Anschutz campus, and the CU Minority and Allied Residency Council (MARC).