Ophthalmology director honored for leadership in medical management

By Staff


The American College of Physician Executives recently awarded Fellowship to Robert Enzenauer, M.D., professor in the University of Colorado School of Medicine department of ophthalmology and chief of the pediatric ophthalmology division at The Children's Hospital in Aurora.

ACPE's Board of Directors honored Enzenauer as a Fellow for demonstrating significant and enduring contributions to the advancement of medical management.

"Fellowship is among the highest honors that can be bestowed on a physician. It shows that Dr. Enzenauer has attained regional and national stature while also demonstrating a mastery of clinical medicine and outstanding leadership skills," said Alan S. Kaplan, M.D., M.M.M., C.P.E., F.A.C.H.E., F.A.C.P.E., president of ACPE's Board of Directors.

Enzenauer has served as ophthalmology program director and department chair in the Army, at old Fitzsimons Army Medical Center, and in civilian academic medical centers in Chattanooga, Memphis and now The Children's Hospital in Aurora. He is board-certified in three specialties: ophthalmology, aerospace medicine and pediatrics.

On July 10, Enzenauer was promoted to Brigadier General in the Colorado Army National Guard, assuming the duties as the assistant adjutant general for space and missile defense, one of three brigadier general positions in the Colorado Army National Guard.