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Patient Information

Being cared for at National Jewish Health is a unique health care experience. Get information and access online services for patients and prospective patients.

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We treat patients from all over the United States and many different countries. Our team will schedule your visit to use your time as efficiently as possible and help you coordinate travel plans.

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Education plays an important role in helping our patients have positive outcomes and living the best lives possible. Check out or patient education classes and free downloadable health education materials to help manage your disease.

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Changing Gears and Adding Years: A Hot Rodder’s Recovery Story

Changing Gears and Adding Years: A Hot Rodder’s Recovery Story

In September of 2021, Cascio-Weldon got sick with what seemed like just a cold. When his symptoms worsened, he visited his local doctor, who informed him that he was simply dealing with post-COVID syndrome, as he had been infected a few months earlier. However, this wasn’t the case. “Come December, I just wasn’t getting any better. In fact, I was getting worse. My skin was gray, literally gray,” Cascio-Weldon said.