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Practice Locations

University Internal Medicine at Anschutz
1635 Aurora Ct 5th Floor, Aurora, CO 80045

720-848-2300

Danielle Loeb, MD, MPH

Physician

Board Certified

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Danielle Loeb, MD, MPH

Physician

Board Certified

GENDER

Female

LANGUAGE

English

DEPARTMENT

Medicine

Specialty

Internal Medicine

Clinic Phone

720-848-2300

Locations

Practice Locations

University Internal Medicine at Anschutz
1635 Aurora Ct 5th Floor, Aurora, CO 80045

720-848-2300

Care Philosophy

I strive to work collaboratively with my patients to provide them the best care possible.


Specialties

  • Internal Medicine ( 2009 )

Conditions & Treatments

  • Mental Health and Behavior

    Anxiety, Depression

  • Primary Care

  • Transgender Health

Medical Schools

MD, State University of New York Downstate Medical Center College of Medicine (2006)


Undergraduate Schools

BA, Cornell University (NY) (1991)


Graduate Schools

MPH, Colorado School of Public Health (2016)


Internships

University of Colorado (University Hospital) Program


Residency Program

University of Colorado (University Hospital) Program (2009)


American College of Physicians (ACP), Member


Society of General Internal Medicine, Member


Research Interests for Patients

My primary research interest is in the care of complex medical patients in primary care, with a specific focus on the role of mental illness in the primary care setting. I am actively engaged in qualitative work exploring the experiences of primary care physicians in treating these patients. I am interested in using this qualitative work to better understand patient complexity from the perspective of primary care physicians. With a better understanding of patient complexity I plan to study an intervention to help primary care physician care for their complex medical patient, especially those with mental illness. I am also using quantitative analysis to better define the role of mental illness in complex medical patients. I am involved in observational quantitative research using the Medical Expenditures Panel Survey to study the effects of treatment for depression in patients with both depression and diabetes on both medical expenditures and mental and physical functioning status.

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Research Interest for Referring Providers

My primary research interest is in the care of complex medical patients in primary care, with a specific focus on the role of mental illness in the primary care setting. I am actively engaged in qualitative work exploring the experiences of primary care physicians in treating these patients. I am interested in using this qualitative work to better understand patient complexity from the perspective of primary care physicians. With a better understanding of patient complexity I plan to study an intervention to help primary care physician care for their complex medical patient, especially those with mental illness. I am also using quantitative analysis to better define the role of mental illness in complex medical patients. I am involved in observational quantitative research using the Medical Expenditures Panel Survey to study the effects of treatment for depression in patients with both depression and diabetes on both medical expenditures and mental and physical functioning status.


Referral Contact Phone: 720-848-2300