The mission of the Parkview Medical Center Fellowship Program is to provide excellent patient care and service to Southeastern Colorado. In doing so, we will produce a well-rounded general osteopathic specialist who is proficient in pulmonary and critical care, gastroenterology, or hospice and palliative medicine and exhibits empathy toward patients.
The vision of the Parkview Medical Center Fellowship Program is to become the best Osteopathic fellowship program in the Western United States through excellent patient care, continuous quality improvement initiatives and outstanding graduate medical education.
At a Glance
Parkview Medical Center operates with 400 beds, 13 mixed medical/surgical intensive care unit and 11 beds for neuro/trauma intensive care. In 2012, Parkview Medical Center had:
- 17,111 Admissions
- 190,000 Outpatient visits (does not include ER visits)
- 6,086 Inpatient Surgeries
- 11,420 Outpatient Surgeries
- 70,605 Emergency room visits
Although a Level II Trauma designation, Parkview will admit a large number of Level I trauma from the local area. Further, complex hosts intensive care and pulmonary, gastroenterology, and hospice and palliative medicine visits from the region serving a large part of Southern Colorado.
Applications for the Parkview Medical Center Fellowship Program are done through ERAS. If you are interested in more information, please contact Megan Sefcovic, Program Coordinator, 719.584.4980.