Bruce Fisch, MD
Dr. Fisch joined Colorado Kidney Care in 2002 after completing fellowship at the University of Colorado in 1995. In the meantime he stayed active in engineering and worked for many years in private industry on the creation of computerized medical records, developing ways to improve healthcare through technology. He has been practicing nephrology since the mid-1990’s, including serving as an Assistant Professor in the renal fellowship program at CU. He provides care in all areas of kidney disease, specializing in cardiorenal failure, hypertension, and chronic kidney disease.
Dr. Fisch is a past-President of the National Kidney Foundation of Colorado, Montana and Wyoming, has lectured across the U.S. and Europe, and has published many papers and book chapters on chronic kidney disease, dialysis, and the use of computers in healthcare.
Highlands Ranch has been his home for 20 years and he always strives to cultivate those roots in the community. Aside from serving on guiding committees at local Douglas County hospitals, he continues to coach competitive youth league baseball with an emphasis on preparing kids to play high school sports. His wife teaches martial arts, women’s self-defense, and archery, and his children are also involved in fitness and health, the eldest going to medical school like dad.