Dr. Nicholas Vincent Costrini is a board-certified gastroenterologist. After attending the Medical College of Wisconsin, he completed his internship and residency in medicine at Washington University School of Medicine, where he became Chief Resident. There, he completed his GI fellowship as well as a postdoctoral molecular biology fellowship. He went on to hold numerous academic faculty positions at Washington University in St. Louis and the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Dr. Costrini’s career spans five decades. During that time, he built the largest solo GI practice and endoscopy center in the South and developed one of the region’s largest Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) programs. Drawn to Colorado for its beautiful nature offerings, he took the opportunity to work for Peak Gastroenterology.
Dr. Costrini entered medicine due to its endless potential for discovery and has devoted himself to scholarship, philanthropy, and lifelong learning throughout his career. His favorite part of the job is applying recent advances in medical care to improve patients’ lives.
He enjoys sailing, playing with his dogs, and watching a large variety of sports. Dr. Costrini and his wife live in Colorado Springs. They have four grown children and three grandchildren. His daughter, son-in-law, and two grandchildren reside in Denver.