Our experienced team provides high-quality, compassionate care for a full range of comprehensive gastroenterology services. Our goal is to ensure you receive the best possible care to enjoy an active and healthy life. Through personalized treatment plans and a commitment to developing innovative treatments, we strive to deliver the best possible outcomes for our patients.
*NOTE: Weekly scheduling may vary
Our clinic is able to serve you in-person or via virtual health services. Please call our clinics directly or visit MyHealthConnection to schedule an appointment for both in person and virtual health.
- When scheduling an appointment, please be prepared to provide the reason, or chief complaint, for your appointment.
- Please provide at least 24-hour notice if you are unable to keep your scheduled appointment.
- Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment for check-in.
- Patients arriving more than 10 minutes after their scheduled appointment time may be asked to reschedule their appointment.
- We ask all new and established patients to present their photo identification and insurance card at every office visit.
- Patients should anticipate paying required co-pays at check-in.
- CU Medicine clinics are tobacco-free environments. We do not allow smoking or the use of tobacco products (including e-cigarettes) in our clinics or buildings.
- CU Medicine prohibits the presence and use of knives, guns, or other weapons in our clinics or buildings. This prohibition includes patients, visitors, and staff members with concealed weapons permits.
- Visitation may be allowed for certain COVID-19 patients. See expandable heading below.
- No visitors under the age of 16.
- Patients may bring a child under the age of 16 to outpatient clinic visits. However, we encourage all patients to find child care during their appointment time.
- Inpatients who are under 18 years of age may have two visitors per day. The visitors must be their parents or guardians.
- Patients in clinic areas or who are having a surgery or procedure may have 1 visitor or support person. A support person for any procedure needs to be of legal age to drive.
- End-of-life exceptions are decided on a case-by-case basis.
- A support person with a patient at breast imaging appointments may be asked to wait in the main lobby.
- OB patients who have tested negative for COVID-19 are allowed 1 support person per 24 hrs. A doula or other similar birth care attendant may be allowed in addition to the 1 support person.
- OB patients who have tested positive for COVID-19 are allowed 1 support person during their full stay in the hospital.