General Surgery Residency at Swedish Medical Center, Denver
Dr. McGuire program director for the Swedish Medical Center General Surgery Residency, is board-certified in general surgery and critical care medicine. He is also the Trauma Medical Director of North Suburban Medical Center. Dr. McGuire received his medical degree from the University of Hawaii School of Medicine. He completed an internship in general surgery at the University of Hawaii. He completed his residency in general surgery at the University of Hawaii and the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. He also completed a fellowship in trauma at Gran/Riverside Methodist Hospital and a fellowship in critical care at the Ohio State University Medical Center.
Dr. Slone is a trauma/critical care surgeon and Trauma Medical Director at Swedish Medical Center. She completed her trauma critical care fellowship at Oregon Health Science University in Portland after serving as the Trauma Medical Director and Director of the Surgical ICU for four years at Conroe Regional Medical Center in Texas. Prior to that, she served as Chairman of Surgery and practiced in a general surgery practice for five years.
Dr. Katubig has been a trauma, critical care, and acute general surgeon at Swedish since 1997. He completed his general surgery and trauma surgery residency at Cook County Hospital/University of Illinois in 1996. He then completed a fellowship in critical care/trauma at St. Louis University Hospital in 1997. He moved to Colorado after graduating from St. Louis. During his time at Swedish, he has served as the ICU Surgical Director, Trauma Medical Director, Director of Ethics committee, and Director of Trauma/Outreach Program. He is currently the Trauma Medical Director at Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree, CO. He is certified as an ATLS instructor and course director. He is currently a member on the state/regional trauma committee and has presented at multiple hospital, regional, local, and neighboring state conferences regarding trauma and critical care topics.
Dr. Quan was raised in California. She attended the University of California at Berkeley, majoring in biology and English. She attended the University of California at Davis for medical school. She moved to Portland, Oregon, for surgical residency. Dr. Quan is board certified in general surgery and neurocritical care. She lives in Greenwood Village with her husband and two daughters.
Dr. Yon is a trauma & critical care surgeon and Director of the Surgical ICU at Swedish Medical Center. He was raised in the Upstate area of South Carolina and went on to attend Clemson University, majoring in Biology and English. He then received his medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. He completed his residency at the Medical College of Georgia. Prior to starting work at Swedish Medical Center, Dr. Yon completed his trauma, critical care, and burn surgery fellowships at the Cook County Trauma Unit in Chicago, Illinois. His clinical interests include complex abdominal closure, surgical education, and trauma epidemiology. He lives in Denver with his wife and two dogs.
Dr. Wolz is a board-certified critical care and general surgeon. He attended Northwestern University for medical school and moved to Colorado to do his residency at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.