Dr. Kerry Broderick received her bachelor of science of nursing degree Buffalo, NY and then worked as an emergency nurse for three years and returning to school to pursue her medical degree. She attended Rush Medical College in Chicago, followed by emergency medicine residency training at the University of Chicago, where she served as chief resident.
She is currently an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Denver Health Medical Center. Her research is on Screening and Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment. She currently has five health educators and over the past nine years they have screened close to 100,000 patients with the full screen and close to one half a million with the brief screen.
- Cardiac Emergencies (EKGs, POC Echo, ACS)
- Health Policy (Injury Prevention, Intimate Partner Violence, Public Health)