Virtual Care Program

Denver Health Pediatrics at Denver Public Schools School-based Health Centers (SBHC) have expanded to include a Virtual Care Program! Learn more by watching this video. 

Denver Health Pediatrics at Denver Public Schools School-based Virtual Care Program 

Denver Health Pediatrics at Denver Public Schools School-based Health Centers (SBHC) have expanded to include a Virtual Care Program! This program allows Denver Public School nurses the ability to virtually connect students to SBHC services right from their school! Your student can receive medication, as needed, for many health concerns, such as: headache, seasonal allergies, menstrual cramps, muscle aches, ear infections, etc. and go back to class. Parents or guardians can be included in the visit virtually or updated after the visit. For your student to participate, there is a required consent form which can be found below or at your student’s school. 


Benefits of the program:

  • Connect to medical home: Connect students to primary care at Denver Health or their own primary care provider.
  • Decrease out of class time: Minimize the time students are spending away from learning.
  • Advanced technology: SBHC providers utilize virtual tools to reach an appropriate diagnosis.
  • Medication: With your approval, school registered nurses dispense certain medications for your student so they can feel better and return to class.
  • Free to you: There is no cost to patient or family, no copay or deductibles.


Cost & Insurance: 

There is no charge to the patient or their family for services offered during a virtual care visit. Patients will not have to pay co-pays, deductibles or fees to be seen. Insurance may be billed but without cost to the family. 

Community Health Care Advisors are available to assist students and families with questions, eligibility and enrollment into the health care programs.



Nothing is done without a parent or guardian's consent. A parent or guardian must sign a consent form before their child may use the virtual care services or receive medications. Once this is done, your student can use the virtual care program, as well as any of the 19 Denver Health Pediatrics at Denver Public Schools School-based Health Centers at any time during the current school year. To learn more, click here.


Our Team:

Honora Quinn Burnett MD, Pediatrician, SBHC Virtual Care Program Medical Director
Honora has been a practicing pediatrician since 2015, and with Denver Health since 2021. She was born and raised in Colorado. She attended medical school at Brown University and internship/residency at the University of California, San Francisco. She is the Medical Director of the School-based Health Center Virtual Care Program. She also speaks Spanish.

Joseph Rosas PA-C, Physician Assistant
Joseph is a practicing physician assistant, who has worked in pediatrics since 2017. He joined Denver Health in November of 2021 as the clinic coordinator for the Denver Health School-based Virtual Care Program. He is also the primary medical provider at Noel Community Arts School, providing services including preventative care such as well visits and sports physicals, acute visits for sickness or injury, assistance with long-term health problems and confidential services for youth. 

Elizabeth Madrid PA-C, Physician Assistant
Elizabeth has been working with Denver Health since 1998. She is bilingual in Spanish and loves working with our immigrant families. Elizabeth feels that school-based health care is great way to reach every DPS student with free, quality medical care. She has two teenage daughters and was born and raised in Colorado.

Karen Sosa-Sanchez, Clinical Project Coordinator 

Karen Espinoza, Project Manager I, Administration

Shelley Jackson-Worstell MPH, School-based Operations Manager