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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

 

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Ross M. Wilkins, MD

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Dr. Ross Wilkins started The Denver Clinic for Extremities at Risk in 1989 with his close friend and colleague, Tom Arganese, MD. The mission of the program then was providing collaborative care for all patients at risk of losing an extremity due to disease or trauma and the mission has continued to this day. Dr. Wilkins is recognized for his work in orthopedic oncology, as well as bone and joint transplantation techniques. He is recognized internationally for his work in bone and soft tissue tumors, bone transplantation and limb preservation techniques

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