Dr. Craig Peterson

Dr. Craig Peterson
Dr. Peterson graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors from Creighton University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. After undergraduate school he then attended the University of Colorado Medical School, where he graduated with honors. Dr. Peterson completed his residency in urology and an internship in surgery at Navy Medical Centers in California and Virginia. He continued his education and training to graduate first in his class in the Naval Flight Surgeon training. After completing his military career, Dr. Peterson relocated to Montrose, Colorado and joined San Juan Urology Associates in 2003. Today, Dr. Peterson is an active leader in the Colorado medical community, holding several Board of Directors positions. He enjoys skiing and wakeboarding, reading, and spending time with his family.
Medical School:

University of Colorado Medical School


Navy Medical Center


Creighton University

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