Denver Health Urgent Care

Learn more about Denver Health Urgent Care by watching this video playlist.

Denver Health has multiple urgent care centers throughout Denver that provide essential services for those in need. We treat non-emergent illnesses and injuries such as severe colds, flu, fevers, fractions or sprains, minor cuts and allergies that require medical attention when your regular doctor may not usually be available.

Services are also provided for kids at the Denver Health Downtown Urgent Care, Federico F. Peña Southwest Urgent Care, and at our Pediatric Emergency Department and Urgent Care Center, which has a separate entrance and location for specifically treating children. 

If you think you are experiencing a health emergency or have a severe, more life-threatening issue, please call 911 or go to the emergency room.

Urgent Care Services at Denver Health

When should I go to urgent care?

In addition to urgent medical issues, when the illness or injury is something you would address with your primary care doctor but you cannot get an immediate appointment or it’s after hours, urgent care is your best option. It is designed to be an alternative to the Emergency Department when your regular provider is not available. We suggest that you contact your provider or the NurseLine at 303-739-1211 before seeking care.

If you would like to meet with a doctor, you can find  the urgent care center near you here or are trying to determine when to visit an Urgent Care center, you can read our blog explaining what is the difference between urgent care and emergency care


What do we treat?

Non-Emergent Illnesses and Injuries

A few of the common non-emergent illnesses and injuries we treat include:

COVID 19 Testing & Lab Services

  • COVID-19 PCR Testing
  • Blood Tests
  • STD tests
  • Pregnancy tests
  • Urinalysis
  • Drug tests and screenings
  • Fecal testing
  • Flu tests and rapid flu tests
  • Strep tests

Symptoms Treated

  • Sore throats, ear aches and other respiratory problems
  • Nausea, diarrhea, vomiting and other digestive concerns
  • Back, joint or muscle pain
  • Abdominal pain
  • Skin rashes and other allergic reactions
  • Swelling or itching
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