Children's Hospital Colorado

COVID-19 Clinical Guidance and Practice Resources

What We Know About Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C) Associated with COVID-19

Doctors are seeing a newly identified condition called multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children, or MIS-C associated with COVID-19. While much remains unknown, Children's Colorado experts are committed to working with scientists around the globe to understand more and to provide the best possible care for kids during the pandemic.

COVID-19 FAQs for Healthcare Professionals

We know healthcare professionals are getting many questions from patients and their families regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). Find answers to your frequently asked questions and more information from local and national authorities here.

Providing Mental Health Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Our pediatric mental health experts offer tips for primary care providers on how to care for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic, from mental health screenings to family and self-care.

Telemedicine Resources for Primary Care Providers During the COVID-19 Crisis

Children's Hospital Colorado has collected telemedicine resources to guide primary care providers in implementing virtual appointments. Our experts are here to help PCPs work through operational concerns regarding the health and safety of your patients and staff, services for patients, telehealth functionality, personal protective equipment (PPE) and more.

Well-Child Care Toolkit for Pediatric Practices

As part of our ongoing commitment to pediatric providers in our community, Children’s Hospital Colorado has compiled communication and marketing materials to support pediatric practices during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how to download our well-care toolkit.

Return-to-Play Guidelines for Youth Sports

How should youth sports approach returning to play amidst the coronavirus pandemic? Our providers offer advice.

Scientific Advisory Council Toolkit

Early in the pandemic, Children’s Colorado established the Scientific Advisory Council, an academic-operational partnership to advise hospital leaders on the best available COVID-19 evidence. Learn how to implement the structure for a scientific advisory council at your organization.