Children's Hospital Colorado
Robert McIntyre, MD

Robert McIntyre, MD

Vice Chairman of Finance, Department of Surgery
Director of Endocrine Surgery
Director, Trauma & Acute Care Surgery Services
Medical Director, Surgical Intensive Care Unit
Chair, Trauma Quality Improvement Committee
Co-chair, Critical Care Quality Improvement Committee
Chair, Trauma Committee

Specialties:
Surgery, Surgical Critical Care
Conditions:
Surgical Endoscopy, Pancreas Surgery, Hernia, Hemorrhoids, Gastrointestinal Surgery
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specialties:

Surgery, Surgical Critical Care

conditions:

Surgical Endoscopy, Pancreas Surgery, Hernia, Hemorrhoids, Gastrointestinal Surgery, Gastroenterology (Stomach, Bowel, General GI Problems), Biliary Surgery, Adrenal Diseases, Thyroid Disease, Thyroid Cancer, Pancreatitis, Endocrine Cancer (Parathyroid, Adrenal, Carcinoid), Nutrition, Wounds, Trauma and Acute Care, Laparoscopic Surgery

Get to know his background

Endocrine Surgery (Thyroid, Parathyroid, Adrenal, Pancreas), General Surgery, Laparoscopic Surgery, Trauma-Acute Care Surgery and Surgical Critical Care

Undergraduate 1983

Vanderbilt University (TN)

Medical School 1987

Tulane University School of Medicine

Internship 1988

University of Colorado (University Hospital) Program

Residency 1992

University of Colorado (University Hospital) Program, Surgery

Best Doctor for Executives 2013

Also named for 2014
Denver Business Journal

Best Doctor for Executives 2013

Colorado Biz Magazine

Best Doctor Surgical Critical Care 2016

Also named each year 2008-2015
5280 Magazine

Best Doctors in America 2016

Also named each year from 2009-2015
Castle Connolly

Best Doctor, Surgery 2016

Also named each year from 2008-2015
5280 Magazine

Vice Chairman of Finance, Department of Surgery

Director of Endocrine Surgery

Director, Trauma & Acute Care Surgery Services

Medical Director, Surgical Intensive Care Unit

Chair, Trauma Quality Improvement Committee

Co-chair, Critical Care Quality Improvement Committee

Chair, Trauma Committee

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