Fellows Recruitment


We know that choosing your fellows program is a difficult decision, and we know that culture, relationships and dynamics can be difficult to gauge via a virtual platform. Please view the below video about Fellowship Training at the CU School of Medicine and the recordings of Gastroenterology and Hepatology fellows interviewing a faculty member, which highlight the various aspects of our program, living in Colorado, as well as the faculty and fellow rapport. Always feel free to reach out to us directly with specific questions, and we want to see YOU in sunny Colorado!

 

Training Sites:

University of Colorado
The University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) on the Anschutz Medical Campus serves as the flagship hospital for the UCHealth system. UCHealth services one of the largest geographic areas of any health system in the country. UCH is the quaternary referral center offering complex treatments along with access to clinical trials within all sub-subspecialties of gastroenterology and hepatology. 

Denver Health
Founded in 1860, Denver Health is a comprehensive, integrated healthcare system that provides hospital and outpatient care to the public, regardless of ability to pay. As Colorado's primary safety-net institution, Denver Health has provided billions of dollars in uncompensated care and serves as a model for other safety net institutions across the nation.

VA
The Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center is one of the newest VA Medical Centers in the country. It is an inpatient and outpatient facility caring for our nation’s Veterans and serves as a referral center for the states of Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, and western Kansas and Nebraska.

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Faculty and Fellows Program Talks

See what our faculty and fellows have to say about what led them to The University of Colorado Gastroenterology and Hepatology and their favorite things to do in the Colorado sunshine!