Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources



COVID-19 Vaccine Update

Following Colorado state guidelines, we are currently offering vaccines to Denver Health patients age 70 and older, and all general public age 70 and older (access our vaccine registration form).  This is happening at the same time we are vaccinating frontline, essential workers and public safety workers (including Denver firefighters, first responders and police).

Invitations have been sent by MyChart to Denver Health patients age 70 or older to schedule these appointments.

How to register if you have not received an invitation via MyChart

Login to your MyChart account at www.denverhealth.org/mychart.

If you are a patient but need login or support help: Call MyChart support (303-602-4380)

If you do not have access to MyChart, you are welcome to set up an appointment with the Denver Health appointment center at 303-436-4949. Wait times may be long as volume has increased, but we want to help get your appointment scheduled as soon as possible. Please only call the appointment center if you are age 70 or older and have been seen in a Denver Health location in the last three years

At this point, patients age 70 and over will receive vaccinations at three Denver Health Community Health Centers: Federico F. Peña Southwest Family Health Center, Lowry Family Health Center and Sam Sandos Westside Health Center.

Coronavirus Testing at Denver Health

To help protect our patients, staff and community while following city and state guidelines, Denver Health is testing all patients who are admitted to the hospital for COVID-19. For all non-hospitalized patients, limited testing is available with an order from a provider and an appointment. All patients entering a Denver Health facility can expect to have their temperature taken and be given masks to wear. 

What to Do if You Have COVID-19 Symptoms

If believe you might have COVID-19, call the Denver Health NurseLine at 303-739-1211. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911 directly.

Symptoms of coronavirus may include fever, chills, trouble breathing, cough, loss of taste or smell, fatigue, headache, diarrhea, body aches, congestion or vomiting. 

You may also contact your primary care provider through your MyChart account or call your primary care clinic if you believe you have COVID-19. They will be able to determine if you meet guidelines for testing and if you need to be seen for an in-person visit.

Using the Denver Health Nurseline in Many Languages 

Visitor Information

To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, our Visitor Policy has changed. Policies vary by hospital department. Please review the new guidelines before visiting any of our locations.

Read the Denver Health Visitor Policy for visitor and guest information.

Send an online greeting to a patient

Required Masking

Face coverings are required for everyone both inside Denver Health facilities as well as outdoors, including on all Denver Health campuses/locations per Denver Public Health order.

Denver city mandate requires face coverings for all individuals three years of age or older (with some specific exemptions). All staff, patients and visitors are require to wear cloth masks within Denver Health facilities.

Appointments & Telehealth

Many of Denver Health's divisions are now meeting with patients through telehealth appointments. If you had an appointment with Denver Health that was canceled due to COVID-19, we will contact you to reschedule your appointment as a telehealth visit. 

Options for Scheduling an Appointment

  • Call our appointment line at 303-436-4949 to make an in-person or telehealth appointment.
  • Schedule an appointment online for select services including primary care and pediatrics.

Learn More About Telehealth Appointments