Centura Health is proud to be able to offer the COVID-19 vaccination to our thriving communities, and we recognize that many individuals across Colorado, Utah and Kansas continue to need vaccine protection to reduce the chances of developing severe disease or death.
COVID-19 vaccine appointments open at a variety of convenient locations.
Patients who have a MyCenturaHealth patient portal can use the link above to schedule your first vaccine series or booster does(s) of the COVID-19 vaccine.
If you are not a Centura patient and would like to schedule an appointment, please contact one of our many primary care clinics that is most convenient for you.
Our knowledgeable providers are able to share the most up-to-date information and guidance. Please speak with your provider to learn more about the COVID-19 vaccines available, booster shots and what is recommended for you.
We look forward to partnering with you on your care. It’s important to be well-informed so you can make the care decisions that are right for you. Read on for more information on visitor restrictions, COVID-19 testing and common questions and answers.
If you are experiencing COVID-19-like symptoms, please contact your primary care provider for guidance on your health concerns and potential COVID-19 testing.
Always dial 911 if you believe you are experiencing an emergency including heart attack, stroke or other life-threatening event.
The health and safety of our patients, caregivers and their families are a top priority.
Visitor guidelines are subject to change based on community prevalence of COVID-19 and risk to specific patient populations we serve at our facilities. Therefore, guidance for masking and other infection prevention measures may differ by facility.
Please check with your facility for up-to-date visitor information.
We are honored that you have chosen us for your health care needs. At Centura Health, we truly believe that health and care are better where we are. We’re dedicated to partnering with you to safely deliver the care you need – mind, body and spirit.
Preparing for a Hospital Procedure
We are here to help you plan for your procedure. With your health and safety in mind, we’ve added even more safeguards in advance of your procedure, and we need your partnership to keep both you and our caregivers safe.
We know that COVID-19 spreads by:
- Touching a surface or object with the virus on it and then touching your face, or.
- Being near a sick person where droplets can spread up to 6 feet after a sneeze or cough.
Centura Health has worked with our care teams and has added the following pre-procedural COVID-19 safeguards to maintain your wellness as you prepare to have a procedure with us.
Please follow the additional safety recommendations below, every day, for 10 days prior to your procedure.
- Stay at home
- Maintain social distance and limit contact with others.
- Stay away from anyone who is sick.
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
Check temperature daily:
- Monitor for symptoms of cough or shortness of breath daily.
- Check for fever by taking and logging your temperature daily.
- If you have a fever, contact your healthcare provider.
On the day of your procedure please:
- Follow all pre-procedural recommendations
- Arrive at your scheduled time and location.
For the safety of our patients and staff, we may limit the number of visitors that can enter our hospitals. However, any patient having a surgical procedure will need one friend or family member to drive them to and from the hospital, help care for them and help with forms and other information as needed. Please check with your facility for updated visitor restrictions.
Visiting a Clinic
Centura Health clinics are ready and able to safely care for your whole health, but we understand some patients have concerns about seeking care during COVID-19. We are taking all necessary measures to ensure the safety of you and your loved ones.
- For the safety of our patients and staff, we may limit the number of visitors that can enter our hospitals. Please check with your facility for updated visitor restrictions. Additional restrictions apply for OB visits; pregnant women should contact their OB care team for more information.
- Remember, all visitors are required to follow our clinic guidelines. Your Upcoming Clinic Visit We have safety measures in place to bring you peace of mind. Please call your physician and clinic staff if you have questions about your upcoming visit. We're here to help. We're here for you.
Your Upcoming Clinic Visit
We have safety measures in place to bring you peace of mind. Please call your physician and clinic staff if you have questions about your upcoming visit. We're here to help. We're here for you.
Services available in our clinics include:
- Annual wellness visits
- Child wellness checks
- Follow up care
- Minor office procedures
- New health problems
- Illness visits
Virtual care appointments are often available for many visits. We encourage you to call us when you need care, so we can recommend in-person or virtual based on your individual health conditions, needs and preferences. Need a provider?
Do not ignore potential warning signs of heart attack, stroke or other serious health events. If you have an urgent or emergent need, seek immediate care.
We have instituted multiple measures to ensure the safety for those needing to visit our clinics.
- Our clinics utilize deep-cleaning and disinfection procedures as recommended by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- We disinfect clinic examination rooms between each patient, as well as during after-hours cleaning.
Keeping You Safe
- Well-visits and sick-visits are separated into different times of the day.
- Patient appointments are staggered to avoid too many people crossing paths.
For the safety of our patients and staff, we may limit the number of visitors that can enter our hospitals. Please check with your facility for updated visitor restrictions.
No. Be sure to stay on track with all your necessary appointments, whether it’s related to a chronic condition, immunizations, well-care visits or if you are feeling sick. We continue to utilize virtual care for many needs and will recommend the right option for you when you call to schedule.
If you are sick, call to schedule an appointment with your provider. They will schedule you for the appropriate visit type to evaluate your symptoms
Our incredible caregivers, in coordination with officials at local health departments, follow all proper Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) protocols for patient handling of suspected COVID-19 cases. We are sharing the following information to provide background and hopefully address questions you may have.
We have instituted multiple practices to ensure the safety of our associates, patients and visitors, including:
- Adjusting visitation based on community levels of COVID-19.
- Implementing enhanced deep-cleaning procedures following guidelines from the Environmental Protection Agency and the Centers for Disease Control.
Depending on the prevalence of COVID-19 in the community, a mask or face covering may be required to be worn in all areas of our ministry, including exam rooms, clinics, and hospitals.
- If you do not have one, we will provide you with a mask.
- If you are unable to wear a mask or face covering due to age, a medical reason, disability or it is necessary to see the mouth for communication purposes, we will discuss options with you.
For the safety of our patients and caregivers, we may limit the number of visitors that can enter our hospitals. However, any patient having a surgical procedure will need one friend or family member to drive them to and from the hospital, help care for them and help with forms and other information as needed. Please check with your facility for current visitor restrictions.
For more information:
We are here to support our patients and communities. If you are scheduled for a procedure, please reach out to your physician’s office or your scheduled facility. Our associates can walk you through any additional questions or concerns you may have.
Though not as prevalent as it once was, COVID-19 is still active in our community, so it is important that you have quick access to self-test kits, masks and more to keep yourself, your loved ones and your community whole and healthy.
Centura Health recommends to following resources to find the most accurate and up-to-date information about COVID-19, community impact and guidelines.