• General Surgery Residency Program

  • Unique & Comprehensive Residency Training in Trauma Surgical Services for Physicians

    The St. Anthony Hospital General Surgery Residency Program is committed to assuring excellence in osteopathic surgical education through training and self-directed learning, patient care and advocacy, and leadership development. We seek to foster continuing personal growth and professional relationships.

    The residency’s contribution to living the mission of Centura Health is realized through serving patients with traumatic injuries both in the hospital's Level I Trauma Center and in the clinic setting.

    T-10 Trauma Room at St. Anthony Hospital St. Anthony Hospital’s Shock Trauma Center treats patients from the Denver Metro area and across Colorado with expert physicians and nurses, specially trained trauma teams, advanced technology, a dedicated trauma operating room and a partnership with EMS responders, providing the highest level of care.

    Trauma Room 10 (T-10) at St. Anthony Hospital is Colorado’s first dedicated trauma-operating suite that enables seriously injured patients to go directly to surgery upon their arrival with EMS (including Flight For Life Colorado). The T-10 suite is fully equipped and ready at all times to accept seriously injured trauma patients who may need emergency surgery – including dedicated radiology, EKG, lab and other services. The new high-speed dedicated elevator provides even faster access.

    St. Anthony Hospital is recognized internationally as an innovative leader in trauma system development, emergency transport, intensivist teamwork, sub-specialty intensive care unit operation and physician-through-paramedic education. Its service to Colorado, the Rocky Mountain region and the world now spans nearly four decades, confirming its place among the nation’s first sites for shock trauma care and creating a unique environment for the resident program.

    Our trauma surgeons and in-house physicians and clinical staff play a vital role in teaching and consulting with the residents. Additionally, Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCUMB) COMEC provide ongoing direction and support for the program.

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