Thank you for working together to keep Boulder County (and beyond) healthy.
At Boulder Medical Center, we are committed to taking care of our patients and each other. As we move through the COVID-19 pandemic together, we want to keep you posted on the precautions we’re taking to ensure that our patients, visitors, and staff stay safe.
Boulder Medical Center continues to closely monitor COVID-19 updates from the Centers For Disease Control (CDC), Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment, and Boulder County Public Health.
Facility Cleaning and Sanitizing
Every Boulder Medical Center facility and each clinical team perform multiple specialized cleaning protocols throughout the day, every day, using healthcare-grade disinfecting products. We are confident that we can provider medical care in a safe environment.
Most Boulder Medical Center providers are now available for virtual visits. Virtual visits enable patients to receive the care they need without leaving the comfort of home. Please check with your provider to ask if a video visit is right for you. Click here to learn more about telemedicine at Boulder Medical Center.
Patients and Guests
To help reduce exposure, we ask that those who accompany a patient to their Boulder Medical Center appointment wait outside of the building. This applies to all patients except minors and those requiring additional care assistance. We ask that only one parent accompany a minor and that all other family members, including siblings (when appropriate), remain outside.
Masking and Social Distancing
Boulder Medical Center requires universal masking for all patients and staff. To conserve Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for medical staff use, we ask patients to wear their own masks when visiting our facilities. If not wearing a mask upon arrival, patients will be given a mask and asked to wear it properly while inside our clinics.
We also ask that all patients continue to practice social distancing while visiting BMC facilities.
Patient & Staff Screening
Boulder Medical Center performs multiple screenings of patients at the time of scheduling, on pre-visit calls, and upon arrival to the building. Staff members are also screened daily.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If a patient is found to be untruthful to Boulder Medical Center providers or staff regarding their exposure, risk, or travel they will be dismissed from the practice upon discovery.
Separate Respiratory Clinic & Care
Boulder Medical Center separates those with respiratory illnesses from those who are coming to our facilities for well visits, injuries, and other medical appointments.
Our Respiratory Isolation Clinic at BMC-Broadway in Boulder has a separate entrance and is sealed off from the rest of the building. Respiratory patients come to a separate parking area and entrance on the west side of the building. Registration and clinical assessment is completed in this area and patients do not have access to the remainder of the building.
We optimize patient safety by separating well and sick visits at our other facilities by time of day.
Urgent Care at BMC-Broadway is Open
We are taking every precaution to reduce the spread of infection so you can feel comfortable getting the medical attention you need. Our Urgent Care clinic is available as your first choice for illnesses and injuries that are not life-threatening or if your primary care provider is not available.
Boulder Medical Center provides an Urgent Care setting that is separate from our isolation respiratory clinic. To optimize safety, masks are required for all patients and staff and social distancing measures are in place.
Boulder Medical Center Urgent Care Our clinic is staffed by physicians and registered nurses (mostly family practice and/or emergency room specialists) seven days a week.
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Medical Procedures and Surgery
Boulder Medical Center physicians have begun to perform some of the surgeries and other procedures that were delayed during the first weeks of the COVID-19 outbreak. If you are in need of surgery or a procedure, contact your BMC provider to see what options are available.
- Patients desiring a test must complete a telemedicine or in-person appointment with their BMC provider or urgent care respiratory clinic provider to ensure they meet clinical, regulatory, and payer criteria prior to receiving the test;
- Regarding doctor’s orders for COVID-19 tests, BMC providers are following Colorado Department of Heath & Environment guidelines.