• Facility

  • St. Anthony North Health Campus

    The residency is based at newly built community hospital in the northwestern Denver metro area.  St. Anthony North is home to only the family medicine residency, and residents are supervised by board-certified family medicine faculty members.  Residents also consult with specialists and hospitalists directly in order to care for patients.  The new health campus is focused on wellness and integrative care. There are two outpatient clinics within the residency, and residents match specifically at one site.

    Orchard Neighborhood Health Center (144th Ave Site)

    St. Anthony North developed a new medical campus for the 21st century that is focused on wellness and integrative care. The medical campus is located just west of I-25 and 144th Ave in Westminster, CO. The residency is integral to the innovative vision at the medical campus with a new Family Medicine Center on the first floor of the main medical pavilion attached to the hospital. The clinic is divided into 3 pods and is designed to accommodate a modern patient-centered workflow. Approximately 2/3 of the residents and faculty are based at this location.

    84th Avenue Neighborhood Health Center (84th Ave Site)

    Centura Health and the family medicine residency remain committed to meeting the needs of our community. As such, the 84th Ave site continues to take care of many underserved patients. Over half of the patients receive Medicaid or a charity discount. There are also patients covered by Medicare, HMOs, PPOs, and a variety of other commercial plans. The physical space has been renovated in the same design as the Orchard clinic site. Despite the hospital moving, there are still specialists, ancillary services and an emergency department on site. The clinic is divided into 2 pods and is designed to accommodate a modern patient-centered workflow. Approximately 1/3 of the residents and faculty are based at this location.


    At both locations, residents are on teams with a faculty mentor, team MA or nurse and 2-3 other residents. The pods are typically made up of 2 teams.

    Clinical precepting duties are shared by clinical faculty and community physicians, many of whom are alumni of our program. The teaching focus is on family physicians training family physicians. 

    In addition to family physician preceptors, residents are supported in their patient care by a multidisciplinary team of health promotion specialists, a pharmacist, diabetic educator, patient advocate, psychologist and a social worker. All take an active role in patient care, see patients at both sites with residents and provide individual and group teaching in their respective specialties.

    Our patient populations are ethnically and culturally diverse. They seek care for a variety of medical problems which represent the spectrum of care from newborns to geriatrics, including a substantial obstetric practice. It is not uncommon for residents to be caring for three generations of the same family. 

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