Oswaldo (Ozzie) A. Grenardo MD, MBA, MSHA is a Colorado native. After graduating from Stanford University with a degree in human biology, he moved back to Denver to work in health care administration, earning a combined Master of Science in Health Administration and Master of Business Administration from the University of Colorado. He earned his medical degree from the University of Colorado and completed his internship and residency training in family medicine through the University of Colorado at Rose Medical Center.
Dr. Grenardo has been employed as a Centura physician since 2010. He was chosen for the Centura Health Physician Group Board of Directors in 2012 and is the Chair for the Board's Strategy Committee. Dr. Grenardo is also on the clinical staff at Parker Adventist Hospital. He does rural outreach work twice monthly in southeast Colorado and is the Assistant Dean of Admissions at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
His medical interests include health disparities and diversity issues and as well as health care administration. Dr. Grenardo was one of six US Pisacano Scholars selected in 2005 for his demonstrated leadership in medicine. In addition, he was an Adler Scholar, and recipient of the Virginia Schuman Scholarship, the Diversity Scholarship at the University of Colorado Medical School, and was the Dean's Diversity Scholar while at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Dr. Grenardo has a teen-aged daughter and large blended family whom he loves dearly. He enjoys playing sports and is a fervent fan of the Denver Broncos and Denver Nuggets. Dr. Grenardo was a scholarship football player at Stanford for four years.