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Do you take Medicaid?
Yes, we are credentialed to take Medicaid.

What insurances do you accept?
We accept Medicaid, UnitedHealth, and Medicare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Tricare, and Rocky Mountain Health Plans.

Do you take workers compensation claims?
Currently (as of September 2015) we are not able to take those claims, but we are working to become certified to do so.

Do you you provide health physicals for CDOT workers?
For those needing an approved physical, such as those required by CDOT, we do not provide those and are working to become certified to do so.

How do I sign up for Medicaid?
There are several locations around town where you can sign up to receive Medicaid. Check this website for more information: https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/hcpf/how-to-apply.

Do you provide transportation to and from your clinic?
We work with Regional Community Care Colorado, and which can provide transportation for you to get to appointments at our clinic or other doctor’s appointments you may have around town. All they require is 48 hours advance notice.

Do you accept debit cards?
Yes! We accept debit and credit cards.

Do you prescribe narcotics?
We do not prescribe narcotics, but we will work with you to manage chronic pain and find you the right solution towards healing.

Does self-pay membership cover vaccines and lab work?
Self-pay membership does not cover vaccines and lab work done at our clinic. We do offer discounted lab work.

Do you authorize MED-9 forms?

  1. No disability paperwork will be considered unless a patient has been well established at this clinic for a minimum of six months.
  2. The patient must have completed all required testing, seen all recommended specialists and completed all recommended therapies that the provider has ordered to be considered disabled.
  3. It is generally recommended that the specialists managing the problem leading to disability complete the MED-9 paperwork.
  4. At all times, the primary provider may choose or decline to complete this paperwork. Even though the patient may be well established and has followed all previous steps, the provider is the ultimate authority in determining whether disability paperwork will be completed at this clinic.