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 specialist who is proficient in pulmonary and critical care, gastroenterology, or cardiovascular medicine and exhibits empathy toward patients.
The vision of the Parkview Medical Center Fellowship Program is to become the best 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 2017-18, Parkview Medical Center had:
- 15,188 Admissions
- 154,505 Outpatient visits (does not include ER visits)
- 4,090 Inpatient Surgeries
- 10,973 Outpatient Surgeries
- Over 82,231 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 cardiovascular medicine visits from the region serving a large part of Southern Colorado.
Applications for the Parkview Medical Center Fellowship Program are done through ERAS.
Parkview’s board of directors in conjunction with the Colorado Board of Health System has made the decision to implement a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy for the Parkview Health System. This plan was developed to protect our patients, staff, community and ourselves. The vaccine will be required for employees, medical providers, volunteers, students, contract staff, vendors and board members and will have the requirement of being fully vaccinated by November 1, 2021. Exemptions will be granted for valid medical and religious reasons. Anyone who receives an exemption will be required to test weekly and wear a mask at all times.