UCHealth Primary Care Clinic-Greenwood Village opens, offering patients and their families internal medicine services closer to home

New clinic provides residents access to health and wellness screenings, routine checkups, immunizations and UCHealth’s full network of specialists and advanced medicine
June 11th, 2018

Residents of south metro Denver now have access to additional health services closer to home, with the opening of UCHealth Primary Care Clinic-Greenwood Village at 7000 E. Belleview Ave., Suite 209, in Greenwood Village. The new location gives patients access to UCHealth’s full network of care including hospitals and advanced medicine.

Photo of Dr. Laura Popescu
Dr. Laura Popescu

The location, which offers care for adults and seniors, accepts same-day appointments. Dr. Laura Popescu and Dr. Julia Kavanagh, both internal medicine physicians with UCHealth Medical Group, provide primary care services for everything from preventive care and health maintenance to chronic condition management.

Photo of Dr. Julia Kavenaugh
Dr. Julia Kavenaugh

“UCHealth is pleased to bring convenient, quality primary care services to residents of Greenwood Village and nearby communities,” said Heidi Robinson Aguirre, director of operations for UCHealth Medical Group Primary Care. “It’s important for everyone to establish their own long-term primary care provider and see him or her regularly to maintain and improve overall health.”

UCHealth Primary Care Clinic-Greenwood Village offers online scheduling and email access to providers. The clinic connects patients’ electronic medical records with UCHealth’s “My Health Connection” online portal, offering patients access to their health care anytime, anywhere. Patients may log onto the portal online or through the UCHealth app to email their doctor, renew or refill a prescription, view test results, request an appointment, receive appointment reminders and view their medical record.

“Regular checkups with your primary care provider are useful for a myriad of reasons – we can help set up a health and wellness regimen, catch problems early before they become serious, and discuss ways to prevent injury and illness,” said Dr. Kavanagh, who will continue to also care for patients at UCHealth Steele Street Medical Center. “For patients who need additional services, we provide a seamless transition into UCHealth’s broader network of nationally recognized experts and locations.”

“Making sure you have a primary care physician is crucial to your long-term health,” said Dr. Popescu. “We can administer important immunizations, suggest preventive care screenings and recommend essential wellness steps specific to each patient, helping you live a healthier life.”

UCHealth Primary Care Clinic-Greenwood Village provides care for a wide variety of illnesses and injuries including allergies and allergic reactions, asthma, the common cold, COPD/emphysema, diabetes, ear infections, flu, gastroesophageal reflux disease and heartburn, GI illnesses, headaches, high cholesterol and blood pressure, rashes/skin conditions and sore throats. Patients may schedule a primary care appointment now by calling 720.482.3777 or visiting https://www.uchealth.org/locations/uchealth-primary-care-clinic-greenwood-village/.

About the author

Paula Freund is the public relations manager for UCHealth and can be reached at 720.848.5809 or via email.