Jeff Foster, FNP-BC
Jeff Foster completed his EMT at Red Rocks Community College in 2009. Jeff received his ADN from Lamar Community College in 2013, graduating as Vice President of his class, completed his BSN in 2004 at Western Governors University, and his MSN in 2019 at Grand Canyon University.
Jeff specialized in the adult and geriatric population with foundations built upon trauma, critical care, acute care, and post-acute care. He has a special Interest in acute neurological and in neurosurgical conditions with further interest in chronic cardiopulmonary and renal conditions. Pathophysiology and the biology of the human being is an area in life that will always catch Jeff's attention and his growing ability to map out problems. Jeff emphasizes his care upon the evidence based data within science and research across the paradigm of healthcare in the United States.
Jeff loves the involvement within the academy of medicine and the human connections made with patients and families. His advice to his patients is to “tell us what your greatest concern is at this moment because it may not be what everyone is looking at.”
Jeff is a Colorado native born on the 5th Floor of Denver General. He currently lives in Littleton with his fiance who is a research coordinator at Denver Health, and his beautiful daughter. In his free time, he enjoys racing bicycles, hiking fourteeners, fishing and kayaking, camping, and getting on a plane to somewhere. A fun fact about Jeff is that he lived and worked in Antarctica, Deutschland (Germany), and Alaska, and has traveled to 16 countries.