The University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) is a cornerstone of UCHealth, functioning as a center of quaternary care for heart and vascular disease. The Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Program provides multidisciplinary care across the spectrum of the disease, with all adult specialists in a single location and pediatric specialists on an adjacent campus. The program's values are patients first, integrity, and excellence. The comprehensive services provided include all subspecialty consultants, state-of-the-art diagnostic testing, access to research, and access to available therapies. The program leaders have decades of experience in the field and are supported by the administrators of UCHealth in their efforts. The mission of the Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM) Program is to improve the lives of patients with HCM by providing first-class medical care to patients and their families, by educating others and increasing the awareness of HCM, and by participating in innovative research to advance the field.
- David Raymer, MD, MPHS - Program Director
- Edward Gill, MD – Co-Director