We are prepared and ready to treat patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19, the condition caused by the coronavirus that first appeared in late 2019. Our clinical team has been specially trained on how to identify, isolate and treat patients with this and other contagious illnesses. However, for perspective, our bigger threat in the Rocky Mountain region is seasonal influenza – and it's not too late to get your flu vaccine. If you have questions, please contact your child's doctor or call our ParentSmart Healthline™ at 720-777-0123.
In life-threatening emergencies, find the emergency room location nearest you. For non-life-threatening medical needs when your pediatrician is unavailable, visit one of our convenient urgent care locations.
Children with cancer or leukemia, transplant patients and patients with blood disorders, such as aplastic anemia, benefit from apheresis blood products. Many times during chemotherapy and radiation treatment, both cancer cells and healthy cells are destroyed, therefore patients need transfusions to prevent hemorrhaging or to fight infection. A limited number of donors may be necessary for a specific patient.
What is a Platelet Donation?
Platelets are the components of your blood necessary to control bleeding. During a procedure called apheresis, we use a Trima machine to separate your blood into its components (red cells, plasma & platelets). The machine can then collect just the platelets from your blood (or a combination of platelets, plasma &/or red cells) and return the rest using just one needle.
Platelets only last 5 days, so we always need platelet donors
Platelet donations take about two hours
We provide movies to watch (including Netflix new releases), WiFi and plenty of snacks and drinks
You can donate platelets every two weeks
Platelet appointments are available at the Blood Donor Center every Monday - Thursday from 6:30 a.m. - 6:15 p.m.; Friday from 6:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Blood Donor Center Phone: 720-777-5398 Fax: 720-777-7255