Denver Health - Vascular Surgeon
Denver Health is recruiting a Vascular Surgeon to join our team!
The Vascular Surgery Service at Denver Health performs over 200 operations annually, including trauma, emergent, urgent, and elective surgery. There is a wide range of vascular surgeries performed, including a mix of both endovascular and open vascular surgeries. The vascular surgery service also involves oversight of our vascular lab, which performs over 400 studies annually, and coordination of patient care with both interventional radiology and interventional cardiology, according to a standardized, shared triage schedule for endovascular cases.
The Ernest E. Moore Shock Trauma Center at Denver Health is an internationally renowned, American College of Surgeons Level I adult and Level II pediatric trauma center, with over 3,000 patient evaluations annually. Among other services, the trauma center specializes in retrograde balloon occlusion of the aorta, complex pelvic fracture management and extra-corporeal membrane oxygenation.
The Denver Health Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU) is a twenty-three-bed intensive care unit staffed by surgeons who are board certified in surgical critical care. Patient acuity is high and involves derangement of multiple organ system simultaneously. The SICU is the primary site for both our Trauma and Acute Care Surgery and Surgical Critical Care Fellowships.
Denver Health serves as a satellite site for several fellowships, residency programs, and medical schools; education of residents is a core responsibility of our surgical faculty.
Benefits of practicing for Denver Health include:
·Academic appointment with the University of Colorado School of Medicine
·Mission driven, compassionate care of an underserved patient population
Denver Health provides exemplary care for all, regardless of ability to pay and is a model for other safety net institutions across the nation.
Posted September 21, 2021