For most sick care, you do not need to call first to make an appointment; just come directly to the Student Health Center Medical Clinic, located on the first floor of Cassidy Hall (corner of 19th Street and 10th Avenue). After filling out the initial paperwork, a provider will see you as soon as possible. Please bring your student ID and your health insurance card and any applicable co-pay with you in order to receive services at the Student Health Center Medical Clinic.
Normally, appointments are not necessary as the clinic operates as a walk-in clinic. If you are feeling sick, just walk into the clinic and bring your insurance card. Wait times are normally very low especially early in the morning. However If you would like to make an appointment, appointment times are 8:30- 10:30 am. To make an appointment, call the front desk at 970-351-2412, indicate you prefer to schedule an appointment time, and they will let you know the first available open time slot. When you arrive at the clinic, be sure to notify the front desk that you have scheduled an appointment. Physicals and Well Woman exams require appointments. Please call in advance to schedule these visits.
Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time to allow for the completion of necessary paperwork. If you have past records or prescriptions that you feel will be useful for your provider in planning your care, please bring them with you. Please cancel your appointment if you will not be able to keep it.
The Health Center is open 8-5 Monday through Friday. Saturday hours beginning October 12, 2013. Walk-In Service 11:00am - 3:00pm. Hours may vary during breaks and summer. Please refer to website or call to verify.
There are a variety of health care providers available for your care at the Student Health Center Medical Center. Triage staff is available for illness and injury consultation, immunizations, and testing. Nurse Practitioners see patients for acute illness and injury, management of stable chronic disease and well care, including women's health exams, STD testing, and contraceptive needs. Physicians are available to treat complex health problems. Specialists can provide services on a limited basis. Physical Therapists function in assessment and treatment of acute orthopedic complaints. Therapeutic massage is also available.