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Resident Wellness
Resilience Council
Established to promote well-being, mitigate burnout and prevent adverse professionalism events fro​m occurring among CU SOM residents, fellows and faculty.
Mental/Behavioral Health Resources​​
CU GME residents and fellows have access to a network of mental/behavioral health providers, both on and off campus, through the CU GME Health Benefits Plan​.

Resident Crisis Resources
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          Available 24/7 - 303-724-4716 (business hours) and 303-370-9127 (after hours); (e-mail for appointments only)

Colorado Physician Health Program (CPHP) 303-860-0122 (business hours) and 303-916-8837 (after hours)
Mayo Clinic/American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Video
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-8255
Colorado Crisis Services 844-493-8255 or visit the website for 24/7 walk-in locations

The Phoenix Center at Anschutz 303-556-2255 free & confidential helpline for interpersonal violence victim services

Office of Professional Excellence
The Office of Professional Excellence is a resource to members of the School of Medicine community to privately and confidentially report unprofessional behavior.

Office of Equity
The Office of Equity is a resource to members of the School of Medicine community to privately and confidentially report harrasment and/or discrimination issues.

GME Quality and Safety Bonus Program
The GME Quality and Safety Bonus Program​ provides residents and fellows with the opportunity to earn up to $1000 over the course of this academic year for their efforts to improve the quality and safety of patient care at our institutions. For questions related to the Bonus Program, please contact Darlene Tad-y, Director of GME Quality and Safety programs.

2019 Chiefs Retreat
July 22-23, 2019
Hilton Denver Inverness Hotel

GME Onboarding Website for Program Coordinators​

DIO's Welcome


Welcome to the University of Colorado School of Medicine Graduate Medical Education Programs! We are happy to have you join us for your training. We know that you will help continue the standards of excellence in patient care, teaching, and research established by our programs.

As you explore our website, I hope that you will discover useful information on our training programs and the institutional support provided by the Office of Graduate Medical Education. The website is designed to address the needs of prospective and current residents and fellows, program directors and coordinators, and anyone with an interest in Graduate Medical Education at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.