Kaiser Permanente will be temporarily closing 21 Colorado clinics throughout the state to assist in stopping the spread COVID-19 on Monday.  Scheduled procedures and surgeries that are not urgent in nature will be rescheduled to a later date.

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Kaiser Permanente states they are freeing up space and equipment for "critically ill" patients and the reduction of in-person visits to prevent further coronavirus infections.

The clinics closed to the public will be:

  • Baseline
  • Briargate
  • Brighton
  • Castle Rock
  • East Denver
  • Englewood
  • Fort Collins
  • Greeley
  • Hidden Lake
  • Highline Behavioral Health
  • Highlands Ranch
  • Ken Caryl
  • Longmont
  • Midtown
  • Parker
  • Pueblo North
  • Ridgeline
  • Smoky Hill
  • Southwest
  • Spring Creek
  • Wheat Ridge

Kaiser Permanente will have 10 clinics open for lab tests, medical imaging, pharmaceutical work, and other services. The open Kaiser Permanente clinics are Acero, Arapahoe, Aurora Centerpoint, Franklin, Lakewood, Lone Tree, Loveland, Parkside, Rock Creek and Skyline medical centers.

If your normal clinic is not open, you can schedule a phone or video visit, reschedule an appointment and more at 303-338-4545 or at KP.org.

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Source: Denver Post

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