Lucy Loomis MD, MSPH, FAAFP

Professor Clinical Practice of Family Medicine, Denver Health

Dr. Loomis has worked as a family physician at Denver Health and Denver Community Health Services (DCHS) for nearly 40 years, including 25 years as director of Family Medicine. She was founding director of the Denver Health Track of the University of Colorado Family Medicine residency, which has successfully placed graduates in CHC’s and other underserved settings for over 20 years. She has worked with refugees and other immigrants for most of her career and started the Refugee Screening services at one of the Denver Health FQHC’s. She has been the Region VIII representative to the NACHC board since 2019 and has served on many committees and task forces with NACHC. A graduate of Yale University and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine she competed her residency at the University of Connecticut, and a MSPH from the University of Colorado. She currently has a faculty appointment as a Professor of Clinical Practice of Family Medicine at CU School of Medicine and continues a part time practice and residency teaching.