• Sponsoring Institution

  • Centura Health

    Our residency training began in 1970, the same year that Family Medicine became officially recognized as the twentieth primary medical specialty. It was known as the Mercy Family Medicine Residency, headquartered in east Denver at Mercy Medical Center. Mercy joined with St. Anthony Hospital in 1988 and in 1995, when Mercy closed its doors as an acute care hospital, our program became known as the St. Anthony Family Medicine Residency.

    St. Anthony North is owned by Catholic Health Initiatives, who, along with the Adventist Health Systems, joined together in 1997 to form Centura Health. Learn more about Centura Health.

    Our Mission

    We extend the healing ministry of Christ by caring for those who are ill and by nurturing the health of the people in our communities. Read more about the mission of Centura Health.

    Centura Health largely provides funding for the program, with additional funding provided by the Colorado State Legislature through the Advisory Commission on Family Medicine. Revenues generated by our practice in the Family Medicine Centers also offset a substantial portion of our costs.

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