We believe that training residents to be leaders of medical communities requires a bold reimagining of both the structure and content of
With three distinct tracks to choose from, we are specially equipped to meet the individual and unique interests of our residents while offering the strength and support of a single, unified residency program.
Residents in the University (UH) and Denver Health (DH) tracks have 22 months of rotations in common and participate in didactics and other curricula together. The major differences between the two tracks
Residents in our Rural Training Track (RTT) spend their intern year practicing at A.F. Williams Family Medicine Clinic, participating in Chautauqua months with other interns, and completing many of the same rotations. However, to prepare them to practice in Fort Morgan, they complete a customized curriculum that includes a Newborn Intensive Care rotation, Inpatient Pediatrics, and Medical Intensive Care. They spend the last two years of training in rural Fort Morgan, Colorado, where they see continuity patients at Salud Family Health Center’s Fort Morgan Clinic and complete rotations at Colorado Plains Hospital and dedicated partner sites. They attend didactics with other residents via remote access and occasionally return to Denver for procedure workshops or other in-depth workshops.
We have revised our curriculum to meet the new ACGME Program Requirements for Graduate Medical Education. The information below describes the curriculum that will apply for the Class of 2027. Please note that it is possible there will be additional changes. The PGY1 curriculum applies to all residents. However, the PGY2 and PGY3 curricula only apply to residents in the DH and UH tracks. The Rural Track curriculum in Fort Morgan during PGY2 and PGY3 is unique and will be shared with interested applicants.