Practice Locations

Children's Hospital Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
13123 East 16th Ave Aurora, CO 80045


Robert Bishop, MD

Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

Board Certified


Practice Locations

Children's Hospital Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
13123 East 16th Ave, Aurora, CO 80045


Provider Expertise

Clinical Interest for Patients

I am trained in Pediatrics, Pediatric Cardiology and Intensive Care. I have expertise in the management of children with congenital heart disease and caring for them before and after surgery. From newborn infants to adults with congenital heart disease, it is my passion to serve my patients and their families to the best of my abilities.

Care Philosophy

I strive to promote quality, safety, effectiveness, interdisciplinary practices and optimal communication between patients, their families and our staff. Our care must be patient and family-centered and driven toward the best outcome possible.


  • Pediatrics ( 2012 )
  • Pediatric Cardiology ( 2016 )
  • Pediatric Critical Care Medicine ( 2018 )

Conditions & Treatments

  • Heart and Circulation

  • Critical Care

Education & Training

Medical Schools

MD, Emory University School of Medicine (2007)

Undergraduate Schools

BS, Emory University (GA) (2001)

Residency Program

Children's Hospital Medical Center of Akron/NEOUCOM Program (2010)


Nationwide Children's Hospital/Ohio State University Program (2016)

Duke University Hospital Program (2013)

Research & Grants

Research Interests for Patients

I am interested in the integration of medical simulation technology into the education of our medical staff. I am fascinated on how human factors influence team performance in emergency situations and study how focusing on a training philosophy called Crisis Resource Management can improve the care we provide patients and their families.

information for referring providers

Referral Contact Phone


Research Interest for Referring Providers

I am interested in the science of pediatric resuscitation and discovering which interventions can improve outcomes in children that have cardiac arrest both in and out of the hospital.