Children's Hospital Colorado

Children's Hospital Colorado’s Reactivated Pediatric Services

Children's Hospital Colorado | January 01, 2021
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Editor's note: This page was updated July 23, 2021. Due to the nature of the pandemic, recommendations can change quickly. Please follow all rules and guidelines set by state and local public health and safety authorities. Reference the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment for immediate updates on COVID-19.

We’re here for kids who need us  

Kids will always need great pediatric care, and Children’s Colorado is exercising all precautions to keep patients, families and team members safe during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Children’s Colorado has reopened pediatric services, procedures and in-person appointments that were suspended temporarily during stay-at-home orders in early 2020. We encourage patients and families to contact their care team via MyChart or telephone with any questions.

Ask about our telehealth options

Children’s Colorado offers telehealth visits, when clinically appropriate, in every clinic and specialty we offer

Through a secure video platform, our providers can do everything from examine rashes to evaluate breathing problems — all with the privacy and ease of being at home with no distractions. Please reach out to your child's provider if you are interested in scheduling a virtual visit, or read our FAQs about telehealth at Children's Colorado.

Keeping patients safe

Keeping patients safe is our top priority. When telehealth isn’t an option, or when you prefer to be seen in person, we can help. We’ve taken specific safety measures throughout our locations – from testing to visitor screening to air filtration – to keep everyone safe, and comfortable.

Learn how to schedule an appointment at our locations throughout the Denver Metro and Southern Colorado regions.

COVID-19 testing and vaccines

If you’re worried your child has the coronavirus or would like them to get vaccinated, we can help with that, too. We offer COVID testing for kids and COVID-19 vaccination for children and community members 12 and older.

Children's Colorado temporary closures

The following Children’s Colorado locations remain closed until further notice. Our providers and schedulers are directing patients and families to the most appropriate open location for their needs.

Our location in Wheat Ridge is now offering outpatient specialty care services, but our urgent care services at this location remain closed until further notice.

Due to a national healthcare staffing shortage, we are temporarily closing our Orthopedic Care, Centennial location and consolidating its services to our South Campus location. If you had care scheduled at our Centennial location, our team will contact you to reschedule your appointment at our South Campus or any Children’s Colorado location that is most convenient for you.

View a complete list of Children's Colorado locations and their services. 

Children’s Colorado’s leaders continue to follow local, state and federal guidelines regarding COVID-19. We are regularly assessing the epidemiology of the pandemic in Colorado and remain prepared to adjust operations quickly to protect the health and safety of patients, families, team members and our community.

If you need medical care

  • For non-urgent medical concerns, please contact your child’s care team through MyChart or by calling 720-777-1234.
  • If you need after-hours care for your child or you do not have a primary care provider, call our free ParentSmart Healthline at 720-777-0123 to speak to an experienced pediatric nurse, 24/7.
  • If you need medical attention for potentially life-threatening illness or injury, do not delay. Call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. Hospitals and clinics, including those at Children’s Colorado, have infection control measures in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and to keep patients safe. Learn how to decide if it’s urgent or an emergency.

More about the coronavirus

For additional resources and information, see our family-friendly coronavirus resources, all in one place.