Denver Health offers a wide variety of services, from routine physical exams to mental health care to emergency care. We welcome you to our medical center and look forward to serving all your health care needs.
Make an Appointment
Contact the Appointment Center at 303-436-4949.
For all urgent medical questions (non-emergency), you are now able to use our 24-hour Nurseline by calling (303) 739-1211. The Denver Health NurseLine medical staff quickly provide medical assistance, care advice, some prescriptions over the phone, and help you know if you need to be seen right away by a doctor. This FREE service is available all day, every day.
If this is a medical emergency, please call 911 directly.
|New Patients||Current Patients|
|Schedule an Appointment
If you are a new patient to Denver Health and need to schedule an appointment, please call the primary care clinic of your choice or contact the Denver Health appointment center at (303) 436-4949. Please listen carefully as menu options have recently changed to help assist you more quickly.
For new patients who would like to schedule an appointment online with OB/GYN or Travel Clinic, please visit the Denver Health MyChart open scheduling system.
|Schedule an Appointment
(schedule a specific date and time)
Online: To schedule an appointment online with your existing Primary Care or OB/GYN provider, please visit MyChart.
|Request an Appointment
(request dates that work for you)
To make an appointment request online with your existing primary or specialty care provider, please visit MyChart. Requesting an appointment allows you to choose who you want to see, the reason for the visit and your preferred appointment dates. You will receive a phone call confirming your appointment location, date and time, in addition to seeing the information on MyChart. If you would like to receive an email notification, please be sure your email notifications are turned on within your MyChart account.
Denver Health MyChart is a secure online portal that allows you to view your medical history, message your health care provider, pay your bill, make an appointment and request prescription refills -- all from your smartphone or computer. Read our MyChart Explainer to learn how MyChart works to improve your care experience at Denver Health.
As one of Colorado's premier healthcare institutions, we strive to ensure you receive excellent care, respect and compassion before, during and after your visit. Your care and treatment are very important to us. We hope the information in this New Patient Welcome Packet will help you and your family better plan for your visit at Denver Health.
If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please dial 9-1-1.
The Adult Emergency Care Center, Pediatric Emergency & Urgent Care Center and Level I Trauma Center at Denver Health do not require an appointment. Our Emergency Department walk-in entrance is accessible through the main Denver Health Pavilion A entrance located on the circle drive off of Delaware Street between 6th Avenue and 8th Avenue in Denver.
Specialty Care Referrals
How can I get Specialty Care?
If you have a new health concern, the best place to start is with your Primary Care Physician (PCP), or your personal doctor. Primary Care Physicians (PCP) are trained to care for a wide range of health issues and can help you determine if you should see a specialist for evaluation or treatment.
Do I need a referral to see a Specialist?
At Denver Health, you can see many specialists without a referral from your PCP, however the majority of our specialties do require a referral. For those that require a referral, your provider can fill out a Referral Form to send you to a specialist at Denver Health.
|Referral required prior to an appointment being scheduled||Referral from Denver Health Primary Care Provider required prior to an appointment being scheduled||Referral not required prior to an Appointment Being scheduled|
|Audiology/ENT||Pediatric Specialty||Amputee and Brace|
|Cancer Care: Records required would depend on diagnosis/submit all records pertaining to condition||Radiology|| Center for Occupational Safety & Health
| Dermatology (adult and pediatric)
||Mammogram Screening (routine)|
|Diabetes & Endocrinology: Lab or other diagnostic tests required prior to appointment||GI Lab||
|Vision & Eye Care(adult and pediatric)|
|Digestive & Liver Health (GI): Lab or other diagnostic tests required prior to appointment||Cardiology Lab||
|Kidney Center & Nephrology: Records required would depend on diagnosis/submit all records pertaining to condition||Neurology Lab||
|Nutrition: Lab or other diagnostic tests required prior to appointment|
|Orthopedics: Records required would depend on diagnosis/submit all records pertaining to condition|
|Pulmonary: Records required would depend on diagnosis/submit all records pertaining to condition|
|Rheumatology: Lab or other diagnostic tests required prior to appointment|
|Urology: Records required would depend on diagnosis/submit all records pertaining to condition|
Women’s Care: Lab or other diagnostic tests required prior to appointment
Denver Public Health Clinics
Denver Public Health provides a wide-range of services that promote, improve and protect the health and well-being of the residents of Denver. We also partner with Denver's Department of Environmental Health (DEH) to advance Denver's environmental and public health goals.
Contact the following clinics directly for more information or to book an appointment:
- Birth Control and Family planning
- Birth and Death Records
- Immunization Clinic
- The Center for Positive Health: HIV Clinic
- Infectious disease
- STD Testing and Treatment
- Travel Clinic
- Tuberculosis Clinic
For your convenience, Denver Health accepts a variety of health insurance plans. Many insurance companies require pre-authorization for some procedures. In addition, Denver Health provides financial counseling, affordable payment plans and a health enrollment screening service to help you determine if you and/or your family members may qualify for any financial assistance or charity care programs.