Practice Locations

UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital (UCH)
12605 E. 16th Ave Aurora, CO 80045


Bridget Graney, MD

Pulmonary Disease

Board Certified


Practice Locations

UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital (UCH)
12605 E. 16th Ave, Aurora, CO 80045


UCHealth Interstitial Lung Disease Clinic
University of Colorado Hospital
1635 Aurora Ct Anschutz Outpatient Pavilion, 7th Fl, Aurora, CO 80045


Provider Expertise

Clinical Interest for Patients

My clinical interests include a focus on the diagnosis and management of interstitial lung diseases. This encompasses over 100 rare lung diseases with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, autoimmune or connective tissue disease-related interstitial lung disease and hypersensitivity pneumonitis being the most common. Other rare ILDs including cystic lung disease, other occupational and environmental lung diseases, vasculitis, etc are also encompassed in the care of patients with ILD.

Care Philosophy

I believe that working with patients and their families or other support systems is a huge privilege, and I strive to practice patient-centered care at all times. Specifically, I try to ensure I not only address the clinical or medical aspects of care, but also the emotional, mental, spiritual and social impacts of these diseases. Working in collaboration with patients and families through shared decision-making, valuing patient preferences and working together with patients and families in a team approach are my top priorities.


  • Internal Medicine
  • Pulmonary Disease
  • Pediatrics
  • Critical Care Medicine

Conditions & Treatments

  • Lungs and Breathing

    Granulomatous Lung Disease, Interstitial Lung Disease

Education & Training

Medical Schools

MD, University of Nebraska College of Medicine

Undergraduate Schools

BS, Northwestern University (IL)


Indiana University School of Medicine Program

Residency Program

Indiana University School of Medicine Program


University of Colorado

Research & Grants

Research Interests for Patients

My research goals are to improve quality of life for patients living with interstitial lung disease and their caregivers. To achieve this goal, I am trying to understand the impact of caregiver burden in this disease and implement a caregiver-based intervention to lessen caregiver burden. By lessening caregiver burden, we may improve outcomes including quality of life for both caregivers and patients.

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