Free rides to doctor appointments in Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley
The "Connecting Health" van is a free service that takes riders to designated medical locations in Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley.
|Connecting Health van highlights |
- Rides are free to designated medical locations in Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley
- The van runs the full route three times a day and makes an additional trip to locations in Fort Collins and Loveland in the late afternoon
- Riders do not need to schedule a ride
- Download a schedule or call
The van picks up and drops off riders Monday through Friday at Poudre Valley Hospital (PVH), University of Colorado Health's Harmony Campus in Fort Collins, Medical Center of the Rockies (MCR) in Loveland, Greeley Emergency and Surgery Center and the Greeley Medical Clinic (GMC).
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Signs at each facility show pick-up and drop-off locations. Each location has indoor waiting areas in case of bad weather.
The service provides free rides for those who have medical appointments at those designated locations and need transportation. Anyone, however, can use the service. Riders must be able to get on and off the van by themselves. No medical assistance will be available.
Riders do not need to schedule a ride.
The Connecting Health van’s initial route will take it from PVH to the Harmony Campus, then to MCR, GMC and back to MCR, Harmony and PVH. It will run the full route three times a day. The van also serves the Greeley Emergency and Surgery Center making that stop between MCR and GMC.
An additional route will run in the late afternoon between PVH, the Harmony Campus and MCR. The University of Colorado Health concierge team will be available at stop locations for questions or assistance.
The van can accommodate 13 ambulatory riders. The van cannot accommodate riders with wheelchairs.
The drivers are employees of the Columbine Health Systems transportation department.