A.F. Williams Family Medicine Center
The A.F. Williams Family Medicine Center opened in November, 2006. The facility has 27 exam rooms, three procedure rooms, and a large conference room. It was built to take full advantage of the latest electronic technologies including our electronic medical record and a state-of-the-art digital Radiology suite. The practice is part of the Stapleton community, which is built at the site of Denver's old airport. We are actively participating in the efforts of the Greater Stapleton community to become one of the healthiest communities in America. Physicians at the practice see a broad spectrum of patients for a variety of ethnic and socioeconomic groups.
Lowry Family Health Center
The Lowry Family Health Center is a Federally Qualified Health Center, and part of the Denver Health system. Patients seen at the center are from underserved populations on the east side of Denver and Aurora. The patient population is extremely culturally diverse due to large refugee populations in the area—translation services are readily available for the over 40 languages spoken there. A complete remodeling of the facility was completed in May, 2014. The renovated clinic has 28 exam rooms, two procedure rooms, an onsite pharmacy, a dental clinic, and a WIC office, as well as 3 large conference areas (and even a shower if you bike to work!)
University of Colorado Hospital
The University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) is a privately administered, non-profit, hospital that cares for a wide variety of patients. The new hospital facility is located on the Anschutz Medical Campus, the new home of the CU Denver School of Medicine in Aurora, Colorado. University of Colorado Hospital strives to provide state of the art patient-centered care in an institution dedicated to advancing the art and science of health care. Patients from the A.F. Williams practice are admitted to the Family Medicine Service at UCH. UCH operates a number of primary care practices, including the A.F. Williams Family Medicine Center.
Denver Health Medical Center
Denver Health Medical Center has 505-licensed beds. It opened two new additions in the last five years including a new Women and Children's pavilion. Our residents rotate to Denver Health for Surgery, Obstetrics, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, and Internal Medicine. Our Family Medicine faculty members supervise Family Medicine deliveries at Denver Health Medical Center and are the supervising attending physicians for an Adult Family Medicine rotation. All full-time Denver Health physicians are faculty members with the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Denver Health is a model for the nation in providing care to underserved populations. With Colorado's academic level one trauma center, Denver's 911 response system, nine community health centers, eleven school-based health centers, and the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center, the Denver Health system has more than one million patient contacts each year.
Children's Hospital Colorado
Children's Hospital Colorado is the Rocky Mountain Region's only hospital dedicated to the treatment of sick and injured children. The hospital features private rooms for all inpatients, cutting edge intensive care, surgery and radiology facilities, a large conference and education center, and 24-hour dining facilities, all in a spacious and beautifully-designed building. In 2013, over 17,000 patients were admitted to Children's Colorado, 92,000 were seen in the Emergency Department, and another 523,000 were seen in the outpatient clinics. Currently, the Family Medicine residents rotate at Children's Colorado for their Inpatient Pediatric and Outpatient Pediatric rotations.