Our Regular Hours
8:00am – 5:00pm
8:00am – 5:00pm
8:00am – 5:00pm
8:00am – 5:00pm
8:00am – 5:00pm
8:00am – 2:00pm
Holiday Hours 2021
05/30/2022 - Closed
07/04/2022 - Closed
09/05/2022 - Closed
11/24/2022 - Closed
11/25/2022 - 8am - Noon Urgent Care
12/23/2022 - 8am - Noon Urgent Care
12/24/2022 - Closed
12/26/2022 - Closed
12/30/2022 - 8am - Noon
12/31/2021 - Closed
01/02/2023 - Closed
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COVID-19 : GENERAL CARE RECOMMENDATIONS
As our community navigates the ongoing pandemic and the emergence of the latest variant ("Omicron") of the Corona virus, rest assured that WRIM is here to safely serve you and your family.
If you are unsure about what types of healthcare you can or should access during this time, please remember:
Do not delay seeking emergency care. Chest pain, strokes and other serious conditions should never be ignored. Call 911 if you or a loved one is experiencing a medical emergency.
If you have a new symptom or health concern which is not an emergency, we can evaluate your condition in our adjacent free-standing exam unit – which allows us to see acutely ill patients on our premises while avoiding their direct interaction with the well patients in our main clinic area.
We are currently offering PCR-based testing for the COVID-19 virus to identify cases of active infection.
We are not currently recommending testing for antibodies against the COVID-19 virus to identify cases of prior infection or evaluate the response to vaccination.
Due to the shortcomings of antibody testing, it is currently not possible to “clear” a patient to return to work, to “approve” a patient for unrestricted social engagement, or to specify a patient as “immune” from COVID-19.
Continue getting treatment for chronic conditions on your regular schedule. If you have a chronic condition such as diabetes, COPD, or high blood pressure, it is important to continue following your care plan and stay in touch with your provider.
Take advantage of new virtual care offerings. Many non-urgent conditions can be treated safely and easily with telemed video visits. Call us for information.
Schedule in-person appointments by calling our office for triage and scheduling.
COVID-19 : OFFICE VISITOR POLICY
Current public health orders require that we limit the number of people in our building at any given time in order to maintain appropriate distancing, limit exposures, and maximize safety.
Therefore, until further notice, patients should not bring visitors, family members, or companions with them to their appointments unless the presence of those individuals is "medically necessary" - to provide or receive clinical information, to assure the safety of patients with cognitive impairment, or to assist with the mobility of patients with physical challenges or limitations.
In addition to meeting the above parameters, visitors themselves must be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to accompany a patient to an appointment.
If you have questions about this policy, please speak with our office staff prior to arriving for your appointment.
COVID VACCINE: GENERAL INFORMATION
The most reliable, up-to-date sources of information on Colorado's response to COVID-19 include the online resources of the Department of Public Health and Environment:
Colorado has also established a hotline to provide updated vaccination information by telephone:
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE COVID-19 VACCINE, PLEASE CALL:
1-877-CO VAX CO (1-877-268-2926)
Available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week
Answers available in multiple languages.
COVID VACCINE: HOW AND WHERE PATIENTS CAN GET VACCINATED
We are currently unable to offer vaccination directly to our patients within our clinic.
Colorado has established a network of multiple partners to distribute and administer COVID vaccine - including major hospitals, health systems, select clinics, community organizations, local health departments, and major chain pharmacies. Patents wishing to be vaccinated can use the quick-reference contact list below:
Denver Health - call 303-436-7000 or visit denverhealth.org/CovidVaccine
Centura Health - call 866-414-1562 or visit centura.org/vaccine
UCHealth - call 720-462-2255 or visit UCHealth.org/covidvaccine
Kaiser Permanente - call: 303-338-4545 or visit kp.org/covidvaccine/colorado
Boulder Community Health - call 303-415-7777 or visit bch.org
Vail Health - call 970-328-9750 or visit vailhealth.org/covid-19/vaccines
SCL Health - call 1-833-762-0141 or visit sclhealth.org/covidvaccine
HealthONE - call 303-453-2477 or visit healthonecares.com/vaccine
Salud Family Health Centers - visit saludclinic.org
Banner Health System:
Center Summit View in Weld County:
Fort Collins Lady Moon in Larimer County:
Banner Family Medicine-Brush in Morgan County:
Banner Health Family Care Clinic in Logan County:
Or call: 1-844-549-1856
Walmart and Sam's Club - COVID-19 Vaccine Locations - Walmart and Sam's Clubs - Colorado
More detailed, extensive, and specific county-by county information on vaccination resources can be found on the following State webpage:
Patents may also check an integrated online resource to locate vaccine providers closest to them at the following site::
COVID VACCINE: INFORMATION ON THE VACCINES THEMSELVES
Current, reliable information about COVID-19 vaccine safety, side effects, design, and mechanisms of action, is available on the following Centers for Disease Control (CDC) webpages:
COVID VACCINE: INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS WHO HAVE ALREADY BEEN VACCINATED
If you have already been vaccinated, you can use this link to enroll in the CDC's "V-safe After Vaccination Health Checker" to provide personalized health check-ins and to help the CDC track any side effects:
COVID VACCINE: TAKE-HOME MESSAGES
* We will continue to post verified new information here as soon as it is available.
* Please check back frequently for updates.
* Until vaccines are truly widely administered, the virus will continue to spread in the community and new variants are likely to emerge - so it is VERY important that you continue to protect yourself and others as best you can: get vaccinated and seek additional doses as recommended; wear a mask; practice social distancing; wash your hands frequently and try not to touch your face; avoid unnecessary travel; do not congregate inside among strangers; and follow all public health directives to the best of your ability.
* Stay safe, stay informed, stay vigilant.
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