Children's Hospital Colorado

Keeping You Safe: Patient Safety During the Coronavirus Pandemic

It’s an unsettling time for everyone, and it’s understandable to have concerns about bringing your family to a clinic or hospital. But if your child needs medical care like surgery, urgent or emergency care, mental healthcare, vaccinations or a checkup for a chronic condition, it’s critical that they receive care from a team of pediatric experts. At Children’s Hospital Colorado, we’re here to guide your family through these strange times so your kids can get the high-quality care they need and deserve. 

Our commitment to patient safety while providing medical care

Keeping our patients, families, team members and community safe at our hospital is our top priority. Though we can’t control the world outside, we can (and do) control the environment within our walls. Watch the video below with your kids to learn how to prepare for your visit to Children's Colorado.

For many types of visits, telehealth is also a great option for accessing great care from the comfort and privacy of your own home, and our Telehealth Program now covers all of our clinics and specialties. If you’re interested in potentially making your next visit a virtual one, ask your provider, scheduler or care team.

Expand the windows below to learn more about the specific safety measures we have in place during the pandemic.

Before your visit 

Normal life looks a lot different these days, especially in healthcare. Here are the most frequently asked questions with tips about what to expect during your next trip to Children’s Colorado. 

During your visit

After your visit

We’re proud to be a community leader during the COVID-19 pandemic

We’re immensely proud of our physicians, researchers, leaders and team members for responding to the needs of our community and our nation during this time. We were the first hospital system in Colorado ⎯ and one of the first in the nation ⎯ to offer COVID-19 testing. And we continue to bring that forward-thinking expertise to everything we do.

See our coronavirus resources for families, all in one place

Editor's note: This page was updated on October 27, 2021. Due to the nature of the coronavirus 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 (CDC) and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) for immediate updates on COVID-19.