Combined Programs

Child Neurology

AAMC ID: 14091656

NRMP Code: 1076185C0

The University of Colorado School of Medicine's Department of Pediatrics and Children's Hospital Colorado offers a categorical residency in child neurology.  Every applicant that matches will complete two years of pediatric training and three years of child neurology training in accordance with ABPN requirements.

Child neurology residents spend their third year working on the adult neurology service, followed by two years of pediatric neurology. These two years are divided between clinical and basic science rotations and are designed to give residents experience in the subspecialties of electroencephalography, neuromuscular disease, genetics, neuropathology, metabolic disorders and child development.

To learn more, please visit the Child Neurology Residency website.

Combined Pediatrics - Medical Genetics

AAMC ID: 7650700001

NRMP Code: 1076130F0

As of 2020, applicants may pursue combined training in Pediatrics and Medical Genetics at the University of Colorado/Children’s Hospital Colorado program. The program is four years long with the intern year spent in pediatrics and subsequent years consisting of alternating blocks of genetics and pediatrics training. After completing the program, graduates are eligible to pursue board certification in both pediatrics and medical genetics. An additional year of training is available for those who wish to pursue board certification in biochemical genetics as well.

To learn more, please visit the Medical Genetics and Genomics Residency Program page.

The University of Colorado’s Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatric program was started in the 2014-2015 academic year.  With Children’s Hospital Colorado and University of Colorado Hospital adjacent to each other on the Anschutz Medical Campus, trainees have ample opportunity to attend conferences at both institutions regardless of their specific hospital assignment.

Our goal is to provide trainees with outstanding training in both internal medicine and pediatrics with the freedom in their last two years to mold their training to meet their long-term career goals. The Department of Internal Medicine has pioneered education in the hospitalist track, along with well-established primary care and rural experiences. The Department of Pediatrics has been at the national forefront in shaping career focused individualized training for residents with a focus in hospital medicine, primary care (rural or urban) and subspecialty care. This is a four-year program.

To learn more, please visit the Internal Medicine-Pediatric Residency Training Program website.

Pediatrics/ Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 

NRMP #: 1076735C0

The American Board of Pediatrics and the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation offer a joint program whereby physicians interested in specialty certification in Pediatrics and PM&R can qualify for admission to the certification examination of both Boards. The University of Colorado School of Medicine and Children's Hospital Colorado are proud to be one of only a few such programs in the United States. The Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine program offers a broad, comprehensive range of clinical inpatient and ambulatory services for children and adolescents with congenital or acquired disabilities. Faculty research interests include: cerebral palsy, neuromuscular diseases, traumatic brain injury, myelodysplasia, amputations and gait and motion analysis.

The usual completion time for the program is five years. Interested applicants should apply to each program separately; there is one combined slot per year.

To learn more, please visit the PM&R Residency website and Pediatric PM&R Fellowship website.

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