Tom Burke, MD, FACEP
National Clinical Governance Board
Dr. Burke attended the University of Notre Dame for his undergraduate education and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. After designing semiconductors used in the Space Shuttle program, he spent the next several years sailing a small boat with a couple of friends along the coastal US and then slowly across the Pacific Ocean ending up in Western Australia.
Dr. Burke returned to the States to attend medical school at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Graduating magna cum laude, he then attended his internship in Internal Medicine at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Denver- immediately followed by the residency in emergency medicine at Denver General Hospital. He also has received a diploma after training at the London School of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.
Dr. Burke is currently a member of the Credentials Committee at Good Samaritan Hospital and is a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Medicine. He is also on the USACS National Clinical Governance Board.
Dr. Burke loves a good sporting challenge. Whether it’s sailing the worlds oceans, climbing some it’s highest peaks, skiing Colorado’s backcountry or simply riding his bike along the Front Range, he enjoys being outside. Currently, his greatest love is sharing this passion with his family.