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Continuity Clinics


We are proud of the diversity of options available to residents for outpatient clinical training. All faculty preceptors at each training site are members of the University Of Colorado Division Of General Internal Medicine and are experts in outpatient medicine. Continuity with patients and preceptors is highly valued. All residents are assigned to a continuity clinic at the beginning of residency and develop their own group of primary care patients to follow during their three years of training.
Interns spend one week intervals in clinic, alternating with four weeks of an inpatient rotation.  This allows interns to familiarize themselves more quickly with their clinic setting and establish strong relationships with faculty and staff in their continuity clinic, which in turn becomes an educational home.  Residents attend one half-day session per week on Ward and ICU rotations and two sessions per week on elective/outpatient rotations.
Neurology - Preliminary interns attend clinic as the Categorical and Primary Care residents do, but other Preliminary interns have the option of attending clinic if they wish but are not required to do so. Preliminary interns have the option of attending clinic one half-day per week.
There are multiple sites available for continuity clinic:



University Medicine Lowry



University Medicine Anschutz



Veterans Affairs Medical Center



Webb Center for Primary Care



Eastside Neighborhood Health Center



Westside Neighborhood Health Center



Presbyterian/St. Luke’s High Street Internal Medicine Clinic