Dr. Warren Dorlac recently joined the team of providers at UCHealth General Surgery at Medical Center of the Rockies in Loveland.
As a surgeon, he specializes in trauma, general and emergency surgery. His clinical interests include acute care surgery, traumatic brain injury, pre-hospital care and aeromedical evaluation.
Dorlac has an extensive background as a surgical trainer and as a trauma consultant for the U.S. military, both stateside and in the Middle East. He also has conducted research on several topics, ranging from transport of patients with traumatic brain injuries to optimal platelet and plasma ratios in hemorrhaging trauma patients.
He earned a medical degree from Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Md. He completed a general surgery residency at Wilford Hall Medical Center (USAF) in San Antonio, and a surgical critical care fellowship at Ben Taub General Hospital through Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. More recently, Dorlac spent the past four years serving as medical director of acute care surgery at University of Cincinnati.
To learn more about UCHealth General Surgery, go to uchealth.org.
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