My name is Kristine Eule, pronounced (“eye-lee”). I am a solo OB/GYN physician located in the Denver Tech Center. The basis of my practice is compassionate and individualized care for each woman throughout her lifetime. I also believe in forming a partnership with each woman and providing education and information, as well as healthcare in a friendly, intimate environment.
A native of Colorado, I grew up in Wheat Ridge and graduated Valedictorian from Wheat Ridge High School. I graduated with honors in both Biology and English from Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa. The recipient of a Heath Professions scholarship from the Army, I graduated from Chicago Medical School and was promoted to captain on the same day in June 1991. It was during my OB/GYN rotation at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, that I decided I wanted to deliver babies, perform surgeries, and provide women’s healthcare for the rest of my life.
Following my internship at Fitzsimons Army Medical Center in Aurora, Colorado, I transferred to El Paso, Texas to William Beaumont Army Medical Center for my OB/GYN residency. In 1999, I returned to Colorado to be closer to my family. I resigned my commission as a Major in the Army shortly after my son, Michael, was born in 2003.
My husband, Ed and I now live in Highlands Ranch with our son Michael and a border terrier named Jake. Family is very important to us, and we often go to places where we can visit relatives. When I am not on call, I enjoy hiking and biking on the trails near our home and skiing on the weekends.
As much as I love Colorado, the mountains and the snow, I also love to travel. I travel abroad whenever I get the chance. I love meeting people from all over the world. My travels have taken me to Asia, Europe, and both South and Central America. Our most recent trip abroad was to Iceland and Sweden where we met up with Ed’s son Paul and his family from Milan.