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Section of Critical Care & Hospital Medicine (CC&HM)

The Section of Critical Care & Hospital Medicine specializes in the care of the acutely-ill patient. Through a partnership with HealthONE/Rose Medical Center, the National Jewish Health CC & HM faculty provide a broad and comprehensive range of clinical services for patients with serious and life-threatening medical conditions, at the Rose Medical Center campus, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Beyond providing exceptional clinical care, the Section actively participates in medical student and internal medicine resident education through its relationship with the University of Colorado Denver & Health Sciences Center. The Section supports professional education/continuing medical education events including the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s Fundamentals of Critical Care Support class. Also in keeping with the mission of National Jewish Health, the CC & HM faculty participate in clinical and translational research initiatives focusing on such diseases as acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and sepsis.

Stephen K. Frankel, MD, Section Head
Associate Professor or Medicine


Critical Care Faculty

Hospital Medicine Faculty


Contact Information:
Valerie King
Coordinator, Critical Care & Hospital Medicine
4567 E 9th Ave, 1st Floor
Rose Medical Center
Denver, CO 80220
Phone: 303-320-2660
Fax: 303-320-2662



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