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Lauren E. Sarnat

Lauren E. Sarnat, MD, is a hospitalist at National Jewish Health. Dr. Sarnat is in the Division of Hospital & Internal Medicine and Department of Medicine.

Special Interests

My special interests include Hospital Medicine. I am an internal medicine physician who specializes in the care of hospitalized patients. This allows me a special and unique opportunity to care for and build relationships with patients in the hospital, while coordinating care between their out patient primary care providers and inpatient consulting specialists.



1996 - 2000
Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana, MD
1991 - 1995
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, BA


2000 - 2003
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver, Colorado, Internal Medicine

Awards & Recognition

2011, 2012, 2013: Peak Performer Award Winner, Hospitalist, Rocky Mountain Hospital Medicine Symposium
2010: Hospital-Based Clinician of the Year Award Nominee, National Jewish Health Faculty Awards
2010: Physician of the Month, 5 Central Nursing Staff, Rose Medical Center
2007: Physician Colleague Award, Nursing Staff, Rose Medical Center
2002: American College of Physicians Abstract Competition Award, ACP Denver Chapter

Board Certification

2003-present: Internal Medicine

Professional Memberships

2010-present: Society of Hospital Medicine
2008-present: American College of Physicians


Vance G, et al. "Molecular cytogeneic analysis of patients with Holoprosencephaly and structural rearrangements of 7q," American Journal of Medical Genetics, 76: 51-57, 1998

Hospital Affiliations

  • Rose Medical Center
  • St. Joseph Hospital - Denver

Conflicts of Interest

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