Urology Residency Training Program

Welcome to the homepage for the Residency Training Program within the Division of Urology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine! Our Residency Training Program is a fully-accredited ACGME five-year program with a resident complement of three (3) residents per year. It is directed by Dr. Granville Lloyd and associate directed by Dr. Dan Wood. Drs. Lloyd and Wood have a combined experience of over 40 years in Urology practice and education.

Our program focuses on three main categories: Challenge, Community, and Continuation. Click the blocks below to explore each focus, or scroll down to read more about our mission, goals, and focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Mission and Goals

Our mission is to provide the best possible resident training in urology; to maximize both wellness and a deep exposure to the clinical, scientific and technical aspects of urology; and to ensure access to the career of one’s choice.

To achieve this, the goals for urology resident training are experience in:

Surgery. We strive to provide excellent volume and variety of surgical experience in general urology and the various urologic subspecialties. These subspecialties include urologic oncology, female urology, neurourology, pediatric urology, infertility and impotence, endourology and stone disease, and genitourinary trauma. Both robotic and open approaches are emphasized. 

Outpatient Care. Our program provides substantial ambulatory (outpatient clinical) experience in general urology and various urologic subspecialties. We also expose trainees to a diversity of practice settings to inform career choices.

Industry Events. CU Urology participates in a wide variety of educational and research conferences* at which residents are not only present, but are active participants. Residents also attend simulation sessions that further enhance the training experience and prepare graduates for any form of future practice, from rural to academic, small-scale to multi-hospital, surgical and clinical.

*These conferences cover the basic sciences as they relate to urologic physiology and pathology, urologic imaging, morbidity and mortality, urological pathology, journal reviews, and other subjects which have educational value in the basic and clinical domains of urology. Dedicated time is preserved for simulation sessions and practical learning in the domains of robotic and reconstructive surgery.

Affiliated Hospitals

Meet the Team

Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Accessibility

Department of Surgery

Our Stance on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

CU School of Medicine

Diversity and Inclusion

The MARC: Minority & Allied Resident Council

We are a community of residents and fellows from CU Anschutz, Denver Health and affiliated campuses. Our main goal is to support minority residents and foster allyship through the ups and downs of training.

  • Opportunities to receive mentorship from minority physicians within CU Anschutz and in the community
  • Collaboration and outreach with CU School of Medicine student and faculty diversity groups

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Other Resources: Diversity in Denver

Diversity Matters Flyer

What DEIA Looks Like at the Department of Surgery


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Room: 6111

Aurora, CO 80045


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