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Is it Safe to Go to Medical Appointments?

Yes. Staying on top of your medical conditions is one of the keys to good health, and that is true now more than ever. Regular and ongoing care is needed to manage your respiratory, cardiac, immune or related illness. Watch as our doctors share some of the key ways National Jewish Health is helping you safely access care.

Staying Well Safely

How Does a Virus “Work?”

Viruses are smaller than the smallest bacteria. Find out how they enter and make the body sick.

Viruses & the Immune System

Are Pools & Travel OK?

With a few pandemic adjustments, it is possible to enjoy many normal summer activities.

COVID-19 Travel Tips

Antibody Testing Appointments

If you are concerned that you may have had COVID-19, you may schedule a drive-through testing appointment at our main campus in Denver.


What to Do About Dry Hands

Washing removes dirt and bacteria, but also the skin’s natural oils.

Help for Dry Hands

Altitude & COVID-19

Spending time at high altitude may lower the chance of COVID-19 infection due to blood-oxygen levels.

See the Research

Getting the Care You Need

We’re committed to keeping our patients safe and are following the best infection prevention practices, including requiring masks and social distancing, and taking extra measures for cleaning and disinfecting.

Patients with suspected and confirmed COVID-19 are cared for in separate, dedicated clinic spaces isolated from all other clinics.

To schedule an in-person or telehealth appointment, call 303.398.1355 or request an appointment online.

Learn More About Patient Care & Safety

In the News

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News from a Post Pandemic World

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Dialogue With a Doc - Virtual, July 30

Walk with a Doc - Crestmoor Park, Denver, July 30

COPD Support Group - Virtual, August 13

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Clinical Trials

New Medication May Reduce Knee Pain

Do you have mild to moderate osteoarthritis in your knee? Our researchers are conducting a study on an FDA-approved drug that may reduce osteoarthritis knee pain and improve function. Learn More

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