Michelle A. Beutz
National Jewish Health South Denver
Assistant Professor
Department of Medicine
Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine


Washington University School of Medicine, MD
The Colorado College, BA
Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Internal Medicine
University of Colorado Denver, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine

Awards & Recognition

2006-2007: Pulmonary Hypertension Association Research Fellowship Award

2006-2007: Will Rogers Fellowship Award

2006: First Place, Postdoctoral Research, University of Colorado, Department of Medicine Research Day

Board Certification

National Board of Medical Examiners
American Board of Internal Medicine/Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine/Pulmonary Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine/Critical Care Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine/Sleep Medicine


Beutz M, Bull T, Badesch D. Oral Therapies for PAH: State-of-the-Art and Investigational Approaches. Advances in Pulmonary Hypertension 5(4): Winter 2006.

Majka S, Beutz M, Hagen M, et al. Identification of Novel Resident Pulmonary Stem Cells: Form and Function of the Lung Side Population. Stem Cells 23 (8):1073-81, 2005 Jun.

Beutz M and Abraham E. Sepsis and Pneumonia. Clinics in Chest Medicine 26(1): 19-28; 2005.

Beutz M, Sherman G, Mayfield J, Fraser V, and Kollef M. Clinical Utility of Blood Cultures Drawn from Central Vein Catheters and Peripheral Venipuncture in Critically Ill Medical Patients. Chest 123 (3):854-861, 2003 Mar.

Draper D, Hall J, Jones W, Beutz M, Heine P, Porecco R, McGregor J. Elevated protease activities in human amnion and chorion correlate with preterm premature rupture of membranes. Am J Obstet Gyn 173 (5):1506-12, 1995 Nov.

Hospital Affiliations

  • Craig Hospital
  • Littleton Adventist Hospital
  • Porter Adventist Hospital
  • Select Specialty Hospital
  • Swedish Medical Center

Teaching & Professional Positions

2005-2007: Instructor of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care, University of Colorado Denver

2001-2002: Instructor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Washington University School of Medicine

Conflicts of Interest

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Contact Information

  • Office: 303.788.8500
  • Fax: 303.788.8505



  • National Jewish Health South Denver
    499 East Hampden Ave, Suite 300 Englewood, CO 80113

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Explanation of problem/condition

Shows concerns for your questions

Includes you in decisions

Spoke using clear language

Amount of time spent with you

Confidence in your doctor


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National Jewish Health PatientJune, 2016
Dr. Beautz has always been extremely knowledgeable, understanding and compassionate in treating my many complicated health conditions. I was very sorry to have to move out of state and lose her as my prime pulmonologist.

National Jewish Health PatientMay, 2016
I have never had a bad experience.

National Jewish Health PatientMay, 2016
She seemed more interested in me the last few times and the sessions were good. If this survey is for the last time only it would be rated as very good but overall it is only fair for several years.