Hospital Medicine Physician Fellowships

Each fellowship is associated with an intensive didactic or classroom-based course, clinical duties, and experiential work, as described below. 

Fellows will have the opportunity to complete master’s level classes through the Graduate School and the Colorado School of Public Health with up to 9 credit hours of tuition per year (examples would be completing coursework for the master’s in public health, education, or business administration). Full details are available on the CU Employee Services webpage:​

Information on University benefits and eligibility for job title "Instructor/Fellow "  is located at: ​​and the eligibility matrix at:

For more information please contact program manager at

Quality Improvement and Health Systems Leadership Fellowship

This one-year fellowship is designed to provide excellent training, mentorship, and exposure for physicians to emerge from the program capable of leading change in complex healthcare systems.

Fellows will participate in training through the Institute for Healthcare Quality, Safety, and Efficiency (IHQSE), with a focus on advanced leadership, teamwork, quality, safety, and system redesign concepts and skills.

Experiential work is focused on leadership of a quality improvement project, participation in divisional collaborative case conferences, and Department of Medicine M&M conferences.

Clinically, to provide a full-breadth of exposure to hospital medicine, fellows attend on a variety of services across our division including general medicine, oncology, and consult services which involve both teaching and non-teaching services.


Emily Gottenborg, MD - Director 

Tyler Anstett, DO - Assistant Director– Fellowship Program Administrator 


How to Apply:

We still have open positions for this academic year. If you are interested in applying for the 2022 start date, please reach out to Program Manager at