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Wendy Gill, MD

thumb_wgill_2009Dr. Wendy Gill practices as an infectious disease specialist with The Denver Clinic for Extremities at Risk and Denver's Infectious Disease Consultants. Before entering medical school at Stanford University, she was a volunteer science teacher for the Peace Corps in Gabon. Dr. Gill's astute observations led to the quick treatment and cure of a rare case of bubonic plague in a SW Colorado girl. Her special interest at The Denver Clinic is infectious disease 

 

Medical  School: Stanford University Medical School, Stanford, California 2001
Residency: Internal Medicine - University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver 2001-04
Fellowships:

Infectious Diseases - University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle Washington 2005-08

Certification:

Infectious Diseases - American Board of Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine

 

For Dr. Gill's complete CV click here

 

 

 

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Jennifer Clark, MD

thumb_clark_nov07Dr. Clark is a pediatric hematologist and oncologist associated with both The Denver Clinic for Extremities at Risk as well as Rocky Mountain Pediatric Hematology/Oncology. She also works with the adult bone marrow transplantation program at the Colorado Blood Cancer Institute. Her particular interest is treating osteosarcomas. She believes that as a physician she treats her young patients partly through gaining their trust with straightforward communication. She also believes that it is very important to build a relationship with her patients' families.

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