2023/24 COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ
Introducing the Boulder Medical Center (BMC) Covid-19 Vaccine FAQ Page! This resource is a reference guide to answering the Frequently Asked Questions our clinical teams receive from BMC patients. We aim to provide accurate and up-to-date information to help our patients make informed decisions about the Covid-19 vaccine.
Masking at Boulder Medical Center
Beginning Monday, March 20, 2023, asymptomatic patients, visitors, and staff at all Boulder Medical Center facilities may choose to mask but are no longer required to do so. Boulder Medical Center bases masking protocols on the current clinic and community Covid-19 and other illness rates and local and federal health guidelines.
- People who exhibit respiratory symptoms (cold/flu/covid), including coughing and sneezing, will be asked to wear a mask during their entire visit. This helps prevent the spread of infection among our high-risk populations
- High-risk departments may require patients and others to wear masks
- Please respect those who choose to wear a mask. Everyone should use their own discretion based on their personal risk factors and concerns for those around them
- If you are sick, please stay home and do not expose others to your illness. If you need to come to the doctor, always wear a mask during your visit.
With the expiration of the public health emergency associated with the Covid-19 epidemic, certain restrictions are now in place for telehealth visits for BMC patients. However, Telehealth services are available to established Colorado residents with our practice. We appreciate your understanding.
Telemedicine Appointments are Available
Most Boulder Medical Center providers are available for virtual visits. Virtual visits enable patients to receive the care they need without leaving the comfort of their homes. Please ask your provider if a video visit is proper for you. Learn more about telemedicine at Boulder Medical Center.