Dr. Burrows

David Burrows, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
University of Colorado School of Medicine

Dr. Burrows grew up in Denver, graduating from George Washington High School. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Puget Sound.

He attended the University of Colorado School of Medicine and completed his internship and residence in Internal Medicine in 1992 at Presbyterian/St. Luke's Hospitals in Denver. He was inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Physicians in San Diego in April of 2007 (see photo). Board certified and in private practice he is also an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.


Paul Schmidt

Paul Schmidt, MSPAS, PA-C

Certified Physician Assistant
University of Colorado School of Medicine

Paul Schmidt MPAS, PA-C grew up in Arizona but fell in love with Colorado and relocated in 2002. Paul graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in microbiology from Colorado State University (CSU) in 2005. After graduating from CSU, Paul spent the next 3 years conducting research on pulmonary hypertension and sleep apnea at the University of Colorado in Cardiovascular Pulmonary Department.

Paul received a Master's of Physician Assistant Studies from the Child Health Associate/Physician Assistant program at the University of Colorado in 2010, a program consistently ranking as one of the top PA programs in the nation. During his studies, Paul studied with multiple internists, cardiologists, endocrinologist, and even had an opportunity to work in the Emergency Rooms in England. Most recently Paul spent the next year honing his clinical skills in a Family Practice/Urgent Care in the Denver Metro. He is also a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants as well as the the Colorado Association of Physician Assistants.

Paul is excited to join Burrows Internal Medicine and is committed to providing evidence-based quality care, building community by providing preventative services to empower healthy lifestyles, and supporting initiatives that advanced medial care and strengthen the relationship between patient and provider.

Paul is an active member in the community and frequently volunteers with local schools, coaching and instructing youth, and is an active member of the Boy Scouts of America. While not in clinic, Paul enjoys spending time with his wife and two boys as well as traveling, enjoying time with friends, and most outdoor activities such as golf, basketball, camping, fishing, running, and snow sports. He hopes to one day travel the world and volunteer in international medicine.