Urgent care

Some illnesses and injuries just can’t wait for a doctor appointment. You can reserve a time online, or just come in. Our team will see and treat you with efficient, compassionate care, when it is convenient for you.

Reserve your spot at an Urgent care clinic

Quick and convenient

You’ll find a UCHealth urgent care location nearby—many
conditions can be treated faster and more affordably
there than at an emergency room.

Pricing may vary by region. Learn more.

Urgent care vs. emergency care

If you have suffered a serious injury or have symptoms of a serious condition
such as chest pain, difficulty breathing, severe abdominal pain or have a possible
emergency, you need to go to emergency care right away.

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Sports physicals

You can find additional health care services at many of our urgent care locations.

Sports, school and camp physicals are available at UCHealth urgent care locations except Circle Square. Many states, including Colorado, require these exams once a year or before participating in any physical activity at a school, camp or community organization. Specific requirements vary, but during a sports or school physical our licensed health care provider will:

  • Review your child’s medical history.
  • Conduct a physical examination.
  • Complete forms needed for sports or school participation (forms to be provided by parent/guardian).

Bring any required forms for healthcare providers to complete. If your child wears glasses or contacts, bring those along to the exam as well. Minors must be accompanied by an adult chaperone or guardian and have parental/guardian permission. We offer sports physicals for $30. Most sports, school or camp physicals are not covered by insurance. Payment by cash or credit card is required at the time of service. Call an urgent care location for pricing.

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Employer services

Serving more than 2,800 businesses along Colorado’s Front Range

UCHealth occupational medicine offers a variety of services for employers and employees who experience work-related health needs.

Dedicated administrative staff
We value the importance of relationship and communication when it comes to your company’s needs. Our robust team of occupational medicine specialists are here for you, and will be working with you every step of the way.

Custom protocols
We work closely with your organization to individually customize your protocol to meet your specific needs.

Walk-ins or appointments are available
Patients can be seen quickly at our locations across the Front Range.

Additional benefits
Extended evening hours, including weekends, with multiple locations across the Front Range.

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Workers’ compensation services

UCHealth Level II Certified workers’ compensation physicians are ready to help at any of our occupational medicine locations.

Our team of workers’ compensation physicians follow strict return-to-work standards to ensure your employees return to work quickly, allowing them to stay connected and engaged.

Service highlights:

  • Extended hours and walk-ins welcome.
  • Dedicated workers’ compensation care coordinator to personally assist you and your injured worker through the process.
  • Evaluation, treatment and management of injuries.
  • Treatment plans and case management.
  • Impairment ratings and MMI evaluations.
  • Consults and expertise on toxic exposures and epidemiology.
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Occupational medicine services

Our team of specialists provide direct consultation in evaluating and developing custom services and protocols to meet your workforce needs, including OSHA and federal regulations.

Occupational, physical exams:

Diagnostic services:

  • X-ray and advanced imaging.
  • Pulmonary function testing.
  • EKG.
  • Audiograms.

Preventive services:

  • Full menu of vaccinations.
  • Lab testing.
  • Job-specific ergonomic analysis.
  • Functional capacity evaluations.
  • TB skin testing.
  • Medical surveillance.

Drug and alcohol screening:

  • Urine specimen collection.
  • DOT/non-DOT testing.
  • Instant/on-site drug testing.
  • Evidential breath alcohol testing.
  • Consortium/TPA services/Random Program.

RSV, seasonal flu, and COVID-19

Concerned about one of these illnesses for yourself or a loved one? See below for information on the viruses that cause these illnesses, treatments, when you should seek care, and how to manage symptoms at home.