Residents in the University and Denver Health tracks complete the same rotations for 22 months of residency. The major difference between the two tracks are the resident’s continuity clinic sites: University Track residents see continuity patients at UCHealth’s A.F. Williams Family Medicine Center while Denver Health Track residents practice at Denver Health’s Lowry Family Health Center.
Residents in our Rural Training Track spend their intern year in Denver with all other interns, seeing patients at A.F. Williams Family Medicine Clinic. To prepare them to practice in Fort Morgan, they complete a customized curriculum that includes a Newborn Intensive Care rotation at University Hospital, Inpatient Pediatrics at Children's Hospital, and Medical Intensive Care at Denver Health or University Hospital. 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. They attend didactics with other residents via remote access.
Residents in all three tracks share didactics, core rotations, and opportunities for electives and faculty mentors. Our graduates are prepared to practice in a variety of settings, regardless of their training track. Please visit the individual track pages to learn more about each track’s unique features.