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National Jewish Health is committed to the safety of our patients, staff and the community. Due to the concerns around COVID-19, we are are rescheduling many of our in-person events to a later time. See event details for the latest updates.
Join your doctors on a monthly walk to improve your health, learn about important health topics, and meet new friends interested in improving their health with you.
You'll get to spend time with your physicians, get to know them, and ask medical questions in an informal, relaxed, and fun way!
More Information on Walk With a Doc
Walk with a Doc Denver is back! We are taking precautions to keep all of our walkers safe, so please read carefully and plan accordingly.
You must RSVP before attending. **We will limit walks to 50 people only** Masks are required and should be worn at all times.
If you or a family member have experienced any of the following, please do not attend:
We can't wait to see you all. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping everyone safe and healthy!
Our specialty care clinics for adults and children are open and ready to serve you. Your health is important, and that means taking care of your existing health care issues.
Please note that as we schedule appointments, including necessary procedures, we’re taking every precaution possible to ensure it’s safe to see your doctor. Call 303.398.1355 or make an appointment online.
Acute Respiratory Clinics for adults and children, and a Respiratory Recovery Clinic for those recovering from COVID-19 are available.
Online Telehealth appointments and in office appointments are always available for our patients in need of care.
Drive through appointments for COVID-19 testing – antibody (serology) testing and molecular (swab) testing are available. Antibody testing can be self-scheduled, while molecular and other tests require a doctor’s order.
As best practice for all patients, COVID-19 patients are cared for in separate, dedicated units. All staff and providers are required to wear masks and other personal protective equipment, and our facilities are continually cleaned using enhanced sterilization procedures.
Patients and visitors are screened upon arrival and are required to wear masks. Patients may have only one visitor accompany them to appointments. Please bring your own face mask to wear (cannot be a bandana or scarf, but can be a cloth mask).
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