Our specialty care clinics are open and ready to serve you, including regular care, COVID-19 recovery, testing and treatment for adult and pediatric patients. 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.
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National Jewish Health now offers a variety of COVID-19 laboratory tests (antibody and diagnostic), serving patients, physician referrals and businesses in the community. The molecular test most people are familiar with tests for presence of the coronavirus. The two antibody tests (also known as a serology test), check for an immune response to viral infection. All appointment for antibody testing must be booked online, unless you have a physician order.
COVID-19 Antibody Testing Appointments Available
COVID-19 antibody testing appointments available six days a week except holidays. Learn More
Expanded COVID-19 drive-through testing available with a physician referral. Learn more
We now offer molecular diagnostic and antibody (IgG and IgM) testing with a physician referral. Learn more
As the nation’s leading respiratory hospital, we are committed to helping businesses keep their employees safe. Learn More
Since COVID-19 is a respiratory disease, it is more important than ever that you take care of any chronic illness or other conditions that need ongoing, regular care. Current patients can now access care through telehealth appointments. We are also now offering COVID-19 treatment and post-recovery care for adults and pediatric patients.
COVID-19 care and testing is available from dedicated experts. Learn More
The Respiratory Recovery Clinic helps patients continue their recovery journey. Learn More
Unique testing and specialty care clinics available for children. Learn More
Our scheduling team can help determine if telehealth is right for you. Learn More
We are dedicated to the treatment of respiratory, cardiac, immune and related disorders. Learn More
We are following the best infection prevention practices.
Learn more about COVID-19 and how it affects specific health conditions in these printable patient education materials.
Download COVID-19 Materials