Boulder’s Top Primary Care Doctors
Internal Medicine Doctors serving Boulder County and beyond
Contact Boulder Medical Center Internal Medicine
- Boulder Medical Center at Broadway: 303-440-3000
- For a specific provider’s office, click on their profile photo below to get the direct phone number
- Located at Boulder Medical Center — Broadway. (2750 Broadway in Boulder)
Internal Medicine is the medical specialty dealing with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of adult diseases. Our internal medicine doctors are trained to apply their extensive scientific knowledge and clinical expertise to a wide range of conditions and illnesses including:
- General physical exams
- Well-woman exams
- Preventative physicals
- Work physicals
- Heart disease screening
- Management of chronic diseases
- Ongoing diabetes management and treatment
- STD checks
- Dermatological procedures
- Blood pressure checks
- Cholesterol screening and treatment
The Boulder Medical Center Internal Medicine department is available to treat patients ages 14 and over. We are taking new patients and may also have same- and next-day appointments available.
Internal Medicine Department Information
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Despite its high incidence, prostate cancer is one of the most survivable forms of cancer, but early detection is key. While prostate cancer screening may detect prostate early, leading medical organizations disagree about who should — and who shouldn’t — get screened. That’s why the American Cancer Society recommends informed decision-making when it comes to having a test to check for prostate cancer. ~Dr. Carolyn Fronczak, urologist