Frequently asked questions
Who is UCHealth?
How do I get a COVID-19 vaccination?
You can schedule an appointment through My Health Connection, our online patient portal. Or you can walk in to any of our vaccine clinics. Find out more on our COVID-19 Vaccine page.
What is UCHealth doing to keep me safe from COVID-19?
Our primary care, urgent care, specialty clinics and hospitals are open and we’re taking every precaution possible to ensure it’s safe to see your doctor while receiving the highest level of care.
Does UCHealth offer COVID-19 (coronavirus) testing?
Yes. To meet the needs of our community, UCHealth is offering both the COVID-19 nasal swab PCR test, which detects the presence of the virus, and the blood test, which measures for the presence of antibodies – find detailed information here. Using My Health Connection (patient portal), new and existing patients can request an order for either test. This page also shows the cash price of the test, which is the cost to you if you do not use insurance.
Is there a treatment for COVID-19 for people who are high risk?
Yes. There is a treatment called monoclonal antibody therapy that can reduce the risk of being hospitalized for COVID-19 by more than 80 percent. This treatment is for people who have recently been diagnosed with COVID-19, have mild symptoms, and are at high risk for getting a severe infection. Learn more about monoclonal antibody therapy.
Where can I see my medical record or refill a prescription?
With a My Health Connection (patient portal) account, you can refill prescriptions, view test results, view your medical record and more.
How do I schedule an appointment?
Will my insurance plan be accepted?
What is a Virtual Visit?
Our scheduling staff will coordinate with the clinic’s medical team to determine if it is best to have an in-person visit or conduct your appointment using a Virtual Visit based on your condition and/or symptoms.