Mauricio Mejia
Mauricio Mejia, MD, is an anesthesiologist at National Jewish Health. Dr. Mejia is in the Division of Specialty Services.
Medical Director, Minimally Invasive Diagnostic Center
Division of Specialty Services
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Special Interests

My area of interest is Enhanced Recovery Clinical Care Pathways and Perioperative Surgical Home. The goal of these programs is to utilize evidenced-based best practices to implement clinical care pathways which optimize recovering and minimize complications for our patients.


University of Colorado School of Medicine; Denver, Colorado, Doctorate of Medicine
University of Southern California; Los Angeles, California, Bachelor of Science: Biomedical-Mechanical Engineering
Stanford University Medical Center, Pediatric/Medical Internship
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Anesthesiology

Board Certification

2007: American Board of Anesthesiology

Professional Memberships

2016: Member, Enhanced Recovery After Surgery USA  
2002: Member, American Society of Anesthesiologists
Diplomate, American Board of Anesthesiology
Co-Chair, USAP-Colorado ERAS/PSH Committee

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Contact Information

  • Office: 877.225.5654



  • National Jewish Health Main Campus
    1400 Jackson St.
    Denver, CO 80206

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