Mark R. Cook, DO

Training Highlights
  • Mini-Fellowship
    Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia - Renal Ultrasonography
  • Fellowship
    Ohio State University Hospital, Columbus, Ohio - Nephrology & Hypertension
  • Residency
    Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio - Internal Medicine
  • Internship
    Fairview Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio - General Surgery
  • Medical School
    Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, Erie, Pennsylvania - Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Undergraduate School
    Ohio State University College of Pharmacy, Columbus, Ohio
  • Board Certifications
    American Board of Internal Medicine, Sub-Specialty in Nephrology
    American Board of Internal Medicine
    American Society of Hypertension
  • Professional Associations
    American Osteopathic Association
    American College of Physicians
    American Society of Nephrology
    American Medical Association
    Colorado Medical Society
    El Paso County Medical Society

Prior to his medical training, Dr. Cook worked as a hospital clinical pharmacist for seven years. Since completion of his medical training in 2009, Dr. Cook has been working with Pikes Peak Nephrology Associates.  

His interests include hypertension, electrolyte disorders, chronic kidney disease, kidney stones, transplantation, dialysis therapy, and renal ultrasonography. He is also actively involved as a study nephrologist in the EUPHRATES clinical sepsis trial that incorporates extracorporeal therapy to treat critically ill patients with septic shock. Additionally, Dr. Cook has completed a mini-fellowship at Emory University in renal sonography and can perform in-office renal and bladder ultrasounds. Since 2012, he continues to serve as Medical Section Chair at Memorial Hospital. Dr. Cook has privileges at all local hospitals and dialysis facilities and sees all patients regardless of type of insurance coverage.

Dr. Cook’s focus is on compassionate patient-centered care. He incorporates evidence-based medicine with an individualized focused approach to each patient.