Senior health and care

We offer a range of world-class services, screenings and treatments for the prevention and treatment of chronic conditions and illnesses for those 65 and older with easy appointment scheduling options and a safe and comfortable environment.

Stay on top of your care.

Keep up with annual screenings to help your chances for treatment and cure of illnesses.

Women aged 40 and older should receive annual mammograms, which can detect abnormalities long before you or your physician can feel them. Mammography has reduced breast cancer deaths by one-third annually.

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Lung, skin, colon, diabetes, heart and stroke screenings

Get these key screenings on a regular basis for essential early detection and prevention of illnesses.

New patients: Schedule online

Existing patients: Schedule online

We know that certain conditions are directly related to aging, and we offer services focused on the prevention, early detection and treatment of these conditions, including:

Joint pain (orthopedics)
Get relief today for any pain or injuries to your bones, joints or muscles.
Orthopedic locations near you

Back pain (spine)
Turn to our experts when your back and neck pain are keeping you from performing daily activities or enjoying the things you love.
Back pain locations near you

 

Heart care (heart and stroke)
Chest pain, lightheadedness, shortness of breath or fast/irregular heartbeat can be symptoms of cardiac issues. Don’t delay getting care and schedule a consultation right away.
Heart and vascular locations near you

Sleep care
Get the latest proven treatments for your sleep-related problems.
Sleep disorder locations near you

Lung care (lung and respiratory)
Get your asthma or other breathing issues under control.
Respiratory locations near you

UCHealth now accepts more Medicare Advantage plans than ever before. Many preventative screenings and immunizations are covered by Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage.

Initial enrollment period

When you’re first eligible for Medicare, you have a 7-month period during which you may enroll. It begins three months before you turn 65, includes the month you turn 65, and ends three months after the month you turn 65.

If you miss this enrollment period, you may pay more for some services, you may experience a gap in your health care coverage and/or your access to certain types of Medicare coverage could be restricted.

Special enrollment period

If you do not enroll in Medicare during your initial enrollment period, you may have the chance to sign up for Medicare during a special enrollment period. Life changes such as retirement, change in address or lost coverage may qualify you for a special enrollment period.

Annual election period

Medicare’s annual election period is from Oct. 15 – Dec. 7 each year. During this period, anyone with Medicare can change their Medicare health plan and/or prescription drug coverage for the following year to better meet their needs.

UCHealth has partnered with an independent insurance agency in order to help you understand your coverage options. Licensed insurance agents at eHealth are available to work directly with you to answer your questions about Original Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans, and find the best options for your health care needs.

There is no cost for this optional service, and you do not have to enroll in a plan.

 

Aspen Club in northern Colorado

Aspen Club was established in 1989 to provide a wide range of program benefits including senior health education, screenings, hospital discounts and social opportunities to residents aged 50-plus in Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley, and Longmont.

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Medical alert service in Colorado Springs: peace of mind for you & your loved ones

UCHealth Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs offers a medical alert service for seniors called Home Companion Monitor. This easy-to-use, electronic device is designed to signal a friend, relative, or emergency service whenever help is needed.

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