Get To Know Us Better

Inside The University Of Colorado Family Medicine Residency

Welcome!

 

We are honored and excited that you are taking the time to interview with us!

 

We designed this webpage for applicants invited to interview with us so that you can get to know us better. We wish we could meet you in person because we know how important it is to get a good “feel” for a residency. Instead of meeting us in person and touring our facilities, we invite you to review the content on this website. You will find virtual tours of our clinics, hospitals, and community as well as an overview of our curriculum and links to documents or webpages with more information. The people in these videos include our faculty, current residents, and alumni, so that you can get a feel for who we are.

If you have any remaining questions, please don't hesitate to contact us! We are excited to have you as a colleague and want to support you in your journey to become a great family physician.

Contact: Chloe Finke, DH Track Coordinator and Recruitment Coordinator: chloe.finke@dhha.org

 


"Our mission: The University of Colorado Family Medicine Residency trains family medicine residents to be innovators, educators, and leaders who deliver high quality, evidence-based, broad spectrum, family-centered care strengthened by relationship over time to the diverse communities of Colorado and beyond."




Scholarly Activity

Our residents and faculty collaborate on scholarly activity. All residents complete a mentored publication during their PGY2 year, though many work with faculty on additional publications. You can review some recent articles published by our residents and faculty below.


Practice Transformation

A.F. Williams Family Medicine Center, the clinic where residents in our UH track practice, is nationally known as a leader in practice transformation. It was included as a “high-functioning primary care residency clinic” in this 2016 publication from Thomas Bodenheimer’s team, available from the AAMC. A.F. Williams’ Primary Care Redesign model was also featured in this 2018 article in the New England Journal of Medicine about redesigning primary care to mitigate physician burnout.

You can check out some recent publications from our UH faculty related to their work at A.F. Williams: