The CSU Health Network offers a variety of medical services ranging from care for physical and mental needs to physical therapy, optometry and dental services.
Ancillary services include a state of the art computerized x-ray department, a CLIA certified laboratory and a pharmacy that carries prescription and over the counter medications. Women’s healthcare is provided in a separate and confidential setting.
Caring professionals trained in college health will work with you to determine the best solutions for your healthcare concerns. Health education and wellness counseling, as well as screening tests, are offered in addition to care for your medical and dental concerns.
We strive to provide your healthcare needs with efficiency and quality to help you achieve your academic and personal goals. Medical services include:
Staffed by registered nurses with training in allergy and asthma care, the Allergy Clinic at the CSU Health Network also provides weekly consultation visits with local allergy/asthma specialist physicians. If you have asthma or chronic allergies, we encourage you to make an appointment with a primary care provider in the Medical Clinic when you begin your studies at CSU. Your primary care provider, in conjunction with your allergist and the CSU Health Network allergy nurses, can assist you with management of your condition, medications refills, and prescription assistance through the pharmaceutical companies if you qualify.
- Educational support including instruction in the correct use of medications and inhalers, nasal saline washes, and environmental controls.
- Immunotherapy injections (allergy shots) during posted hours. You pay an injection fee per semester based on the frequency of injections given.
- Pulmonary function testing, as ordered by a provider.
- Appointments with an allergy and asthma physician specialist are available one half day each week during the academic year.
- Nebulizer treatments for acute exacerbations of asthma.
- Emergency management of acute allergic or anaphylactic reactions when needed.
Allergy Clinic Hours
Tuesday: 2 -4 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 -10:30 a.m. and 2 – 4 p.m.
Thursday: 8 -10 a.m.
Appointments are now available!
In an effort to improve access and efficiency of our clinic, we encourage you to make an appointment for your allergy injections. Appointments can be scheduled for the entire semester, and you will receive an email reminder prior to each visit. Appointments may be scheduled in person or by phone.
These times are reserved for allergy injections, and priority will be given to students who have appointments. Students who walk in without appointments may have to wait longer. Students who arrive in the clinic and request an allergy shot at times other than the above Allergy Clinic hours will be accommodated, but will need to wait with other walk-in patients in the Triage Clinic; it may take as long as an hour or more to be seen during busy times.
For appointments or questions, please call the Allergy Clinic at (970) 491-7121.
Primary care behavioral health embeds counseling within medical services, ideally allowing immediate access to a mental health provider during a medical visit. The behavioral consultants are psychologists, social workers, and counselors and function as members of the medical teams. Since up to 70% of primary care visits may be related to problems related to psychosocial or lifestyle issues, mental health professionals work with primary care providers in the Hartshorn building to assess and treat psychological and behavioral problems. Some of the concerns that can be addressed by behavioral health providers include:
- sleep issues
- sexual concerns
- chronic pain
- medication and medical treatment compliance issues
- mild eating disorder issues
- unhealthy lifestyle issues
- hesitation to engage in mental health treatment
- communication, assertion, and conflict resolution skills
To receive the best care possible, particularly for chronic mental health and medical conditions, care coordination is essential. Beginning with the development of the Culture Care nurse several years ago, the CSU Health Network has invested staff and resources in care coordination. The Culture Care nurse helps international students with their transition to the American health care system and works closely with other agencies on campus. The university case managers, housed in the Division of Student Affairs, are a key liaison with care coordination services at the CSU Health Network.
Dental Services at the CSU Health Network are staffed by a licensed dentist, registered dental hygienists and dental assistants who provide affordable, convenient, quality care to students and their spouses and domestic partners. Services are provided at reduced rates compared to community providers. Services include preventive, diagnostic, restorative and adjunctive treatment. Computerized x-rays are available, as well as screenings for oral cancer. Some tooth whitening services are also available.
Dental Services include:
Preventive Services (Dental Hygiene):
- Cleanings, Scaling & Curettage
- Home care instruction and education
- Routine & urgent exams
- Urgent treatment
- Fillings: Composite (tooth colored) and Amalgam (silver)
- Limited Crown & Bridge
- Night Guards, simple TMJ therapy
- Simple/moderate surgeries
- Oral Cancer Screening
- Teeth Whitening
- Cosmetic Bonding
- Invisalign Orthodontic Treatment
- For more complex needs, to qualified, caring professionals in the community
For an appointment and hours, call (970) 491-7121. Please note we have reduced hours during breaks and summer.
The Immunizations Clinic at the CSU Health Network administers immunizations required for admission, as well as those recommended for maintaining good health and for international travel. There are charges for immunizations, and you will need to check with your insurance provider to verify coverage. Most immunizations are a covered benefit for students that have the CSU Student Health Insurance. The following services are offered:
- Immunizations are given on a walk-in basis, with no appointment required (except for Yellow Fever).
- Testing for tuberculosis (TB) is available on a walk-in basis every day except Thursday.
- Information and handouts are available for all immunizations.
- Advice is provided about registration holds and releases for required immunizations.
- Special vaccination clinics (such as for pandemic influenza and meningococcal disease vaccine) are coordinated by the Immunizations Clinic staff.
- Official copies of immunization records are provided upon request.
- Immunizations required or recommended for international travel are available. See the Travel Clinic section of our website for details.
The Immunizations Clinic is located at the CSU Health & Medical Center, 151 W. Lake St. . Hours of operation are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m and Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The laboratory at the CSU Health Network is CLIA certified and provides clinical diagnostic testing with orders from medical providers. The lab staff includes medical technologists and trained phlebotomists, and all equipment used to collect samples is sterile. Some of the tests performed in house by the lab include:
- Hematology (Complete blood counts, mono tests)
- STD testing (Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, other STD tests such as HIV and Herpes are sent out to other labs)
- Glucose testing
- Urine testing (urinalysis, urine pregnancy testing, Chlamydia testing)
- Microbiology (Throat cultures, both same day and overnight; urine cultures, skin and wound cultures)
- Chemistry (lipid panel, complete metabolic panel, liver panel, etc.)
- Thyroid testing (FT4, TSH)
- Coagulation testing (D-Dimer)
- Many other tests can be obtained and sent to outside labs
Most in house lab tests are done with same-day turnaround; results of tests sent to outside labs are often available in 7-10 days. If tests are performed by an outside lab, you may receive a bill for that test directly from that facility.
- Can fax laboratory orders to (970) 491-3560, or you can bring orders to the lab from your off-site provider.
- Any tests performed by CSUHN will be faxed to your off-site provider.
- Other testing that is performed by an outside lab, the outside lab will send results to your off-site provider.
Massage therapy is offered by licensed massage therapists through the Physical Therapy Services at the CSU Health Network. Massage can be beneficial for injury recovery, therapeutic or relaxation purposes. Through manipulation of soft tissue, massage therapy can enhance function as well as ease pain and tension associated with injuries or stress.
- Swedish massage
- Deep-tissue massage
- Sports injury massage
- Trigger point therapy
Staffed by seven board-certified physicians and six nurse practitioners with training and expertise in college health, the CSU Health Network Medical Clinic provides care for illnesses and injuries, as well as health maintenance and physical exams. Several registered nurses also staff the clinic.
Appointments are encouraged, but walk-in visits are available for fractures, lacerations, acute illnesses and other urgent concerns. If you have a chronic health condition, we encourage you to make an appointment with a medical provider when you begin school to establish a relationship.
- Evaluation and treatment of acute and chronic mental and physical illnesses
- Evaluation and treatment of injuries
- Treatment of wounds/burns
- Physical examinations
- Screening tests and preventive care
- Wellness counseling
- STI evaluation and treatment
- Treatment of allergies and asthma
- Referrals to specialists
- Minor procedures such as ingrown toenail removals, skin biopsies, wart treatments, mole removals
- Laceration repairs
Within the Medical Clinic, men can receive care by providers with expertise in men’s health. STI testing, as well as care for other men’s health issues, is provided in a safe and confidential setting. To schedule an appointment, call (970) 491-7121
Disordered Eating Nutrition Consultation at the CSU Health Network is a low-cost service that helps CSU students establish healthy dietary practices. Staffed by an experienced registered dietitian with experience treating eating disorders, individual counseling sessions are offered for disordered eating (bulimia, anorexia nervosa, binging and purging, use of laxatives or diet pills). To schedule an appointment: call (970) 491-7121.
Other student nutrition services available on campus:
- A Registered Dietician with Residential Dining Services can discuss individual nutrition needs and concerns, including food allergies and special diets, assist with meal planning, and provide dining center tours while living on-campus and eating in the dining centers. A support group for those students living on campus with food allergies, intolerances, and Celiac Disease is available. Contact the Registered Dietitian Nutritionist to be added to the group’s listerv.
- Check out the HDS online menus for each dining center including nutrient information, ingredient lists, and the allergens present for the foods served. Come by the HDS Nutrition Office (in the Palmer Center) to browse tons of nutrition and health resources including books, magazines, events, recipes, etc.
- Check out their Nutrition Calculator that assesses their residential dining center menu ingredients and calories. On campus nutrition presentations are available upon request.
- CSU Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center offers nominally priced services to students, including counseling with a Registered Dietitian, cooking classes, diet analysis and more.CSU Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center Services
- Request a nutrition presentation from the CSU Health Network
Of all the information relayed to the brain, 80 percent is visual in origin. Regular eye exams are an invaluable tool in detecting vision problems, eye disease and general health problems even before you become aware of a problem. CSU Health Network Optometry Services can help you achieve your optimum ocular health.
CSU Health Network Optometry Services offers professional exams and diagnostic care for CSU students and their domestic partners or spouses.
Optometry services are provided by a board-certified therapeutic optometrist licensed to treat eye diseases such as conjunctivitis, pink eye, dry eyes, as well as other conditions causing ocular pain or vision problems. Our optometrist specializes in contact lens fitting and contact lens induced problems. She is also experienced in co-managing refractive surgeries such as Lasik.
Although insurance purchased through CSU does not cover optometry fees, charges may be put on your student account. Any questions regarding billing or insurance can be answered when you call the optometry clinic.
For appointments and information, call (970) 491-7121.
Appointments available Tuesdays through Fridays.
Staffed by registered pharmacists and a certified pharmacy technician, the CSU Health Network Pharmacy stocks prescription and over the counter medications. Medications can be prescribed by CSU Health Network providers or providers off site. The pharmacy works with most health insurance prescription cards; co-pays and other charges can be charged to your student account. The pharmacists provide counseling about medication use and interactions and most medications are sold at reduced prices. Special order prescriptions are often available the next day.
To order a refill of your prescription, call (970) 491-7121. Please allow 48 hours for the request to be completed. This applies to refills from the in house pharmacy and outside pharmacies.
Outside providers can fax prescriptions to (970) 491-4874.
At Physical Therapy Services, our licensed physical therapists and movement experts can evaluate your injury or ailment and prescribe treatment programs customized for you. In many cases, physical therapy can be used to decrease pain, restore function and prevent the recurrence of musculoskeletal disorders.
- Treatment for overuse injuries
- Treatment for Temperomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ)
- Orthotic Devices
- Pre- and post-surgical care with an emphasis on orthopedic rehabilitation
- Ergonomic recommendations
- Pain relief and management
- Treatment for chronic headaches
- Balance and vestibular therapies
- Treatment for acute and chronic injuries-sprains, strains, neck and low back pain, joint and muscle dysfunction
- Pool and weight training therapy (Campus Recreation Center)
For an appointment, call (970) 491-7121.
The CSU Health Network Psychiatry Services is staffed by board certified psychiatrists as well as psychiatric nurse practitioners and a registered nurse. The psychiatric staff works closely with the counseling staff and the primary care medical staff to evaluate and treat your mental health needs.
If you have received psychiatric care in the past, your medications can be prescribed by the psychiatric staff at the CSU Health Network while you are attending CSU. If you plan to transfer your care to us, please obtain copies of your previous records – the Medical Records Department can assist you with this.
The registered nurse who works with the psychiatric providers can work with you to obtain free or low cost prescription medications from the pharmaceutical companies if you qualify by income and insurance status.
To make an appointment, call (970) 491-7121.
Psychiatry and Counseling
At the CSU Health Network, we have a strong commitment to helping students understand their difficulties and concerns, and we offer a range of options to help.
Our psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners work with students to determine a course of treatment that often includes medications (pharmacotherapy). Medications can be helpful for depression, anxiety and other issues that have a biological component.
Our Combined Treatment Model—Psychiatry and Counseling
Medication alone may not be the optimal treatment. Research has repeatedly shown that combining psychiatric medications with counseling produces better clinical outcomes for most conditions. Some of the benefits of working with both a counselor and a psychiatrist include:
- Enhanced emotional and psychological support.
- Enhanced awareness of how cognitive, emotional, lifestyle, and interpersonal factors affect symptoms targeted by the medications.
- Enhanced development and strengthening of skills that support feeling better.
- Enhanced symptom reduction.
- Enhanced stability (living with reduced symptoms and the ability to manage life stresses).
- Enhanced support during medication changes or the decision to discontinue medications.
The CSU Health Network has a model of combined treatment in which students seen by our psychiatry staff are also strongly encouraged to be in counseling. If treatment for substance abuse or other issues is recommended, students are expected to engage in that as well. The CSU Health Network provides a range of individual, group and specialty (drug and alcohol services) counseling services.
The goal of our combined treatment model is to ensure that students have counseling support while they are taking psychiatric medications. The counselor and psychiatric clinician will jointly determine the recommended frequency of counseling and other treatment visits and make adjustments as needed over time.
Buprenorphine (BUP) Clinic for Opioid Addiction
The opioid addiction epidemic has emerged as one of the biggest public health concerns in the United States. CSU Health Network Psychiatry Services is available to help CSU students with medication assistance during the recovery process as well as provide psychotherapy specific to addiction problems.
The Buprenorphine, or BUP, Clinic is available to students who suffer from addiction to heroin, pain pills, or any other opioid use.
What is Buprenorphine (BUP)?
Buprenorphine (Suboxone) is an FDA-approved medication to treat symptoms of opioid withdrawal and detoxification, and as a maintenance treatment of opioid use disorder.
Make an Appointment at BUP Clinic
CSU students can begin BUP treatment at CSU Health Network or transfer their care from an off-campus prescriber. Students can schedule a free, 30-minute consultation with Dr. Irena Danczik, an addiction psychiatrist with CSU Health Network, to learn more about the medication and transfer of care process.
To schedule the free consultation, call the CSU Health Network at 970-491-7121 and be sure to specifically request “BUP Clinic free consult.” Please be aware that no treatment or medication will be provided during this first informational appointment.
NADA Ear Acupuncture Group
National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) ear acupuncture treatment is a non-verbal approach to healing. Although results can vary from individual to individual, various studies have shown that it can deliver the following benefits:
- Reduced cravings for alcohol and drugs, including nicotine
- Minimized withdrawal symptoms
- Increased calmness, better sleep, and less agitation
- Relief from stress, anxiety, emotional trauma, and chronic pain
- An easier connection with counseling
- A discovery of inner quiet and strength
- An intention for recovery
CSU Health Network Psychiatry Services is now offering a NADA Ear Acupuncture Group for CSU students at no cost. The treatment is provided by Dr. Irena Danczik, an addiction psychiatrist with CSU Health Network and a NADA-certified practitioner.
NADA Ear Acupuncture Group
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:00-5:00pm
102 Aylesworth NW
FREE. No appointment necessary.
Limited to 8 clients per session. Students only.
The treatment involves the gentle placement of up to five small, sterilized disposable needles into specific sites on each ear. The recipients sit quietly in a group setting for 30-45 minutes. Clients can attend once group session or multiple group sessions, depending on their needs.
The Radiology Department at the CSU Health Network uses state of the art computerized radiography (CR) that produces digital images. A referral from a Hartshorn medical provider or your personal medical provider is required. Patients are x-rayed by licensed radiologic technologists and all x-rays are electronically transmitted to consulting radiologists for interpretation. Our procedure costs are lower or competitive with other imaging centers. Special procedures such as CT’s, MRIs, ultrasounds and mammograms are not performed at the Health Network. If your CSU medical provider orders a special procedure, the Health Network referral coordinator will schedule an appointment for you at a local facility.
X-RAY exams performed at the CSUHN:
The Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Clinics are located in the Physical Therapy Services of the CSU Health Network and staffed by consulting physicians from the community. Consultations are available about three half days per week by referral from a Health network provider. Services include:
- Splinting and casting
- Management of orthopedic and sport’s related injuries
- Steroid injections
- Evaluation and treatment of hand/wrist injuries and pain
- Surgical consultations
CSU Health Network is committed to providing competent and comprehensive, gender affirmative care and resources for our transgender, gender non-conforming and gender-questioning students at Colorado State University. This commitment led to the creation of the Transgender Health Team, which consists of a professional and collaborative team of physicians, a nurse practitioner, psychiatrist, psychologist, other mental health care providers, the GLBTQQ2A director, and a student representative.
- Medical Consultation
- Initiation of Hormone Therapy & On-Going Care
- Mental Health Consultations
- Surgical Referrals
- Individual Counseling Services
- Support Group Counseling Services
Meet the Team
Doctorate Psychology Intern
Aaric M. Guerriero
Director of GLTBQQA Resource Center
(Gay, Lesbian, Transgender, Bisexual, Queer, Questioning & Ally)
Dr. Christina Kuroiwa, MD
Chris Leck, LCSW, CAC II
Senior Staff Counselor
Making an Appointment
Call the CSU Medical Clinic at (970) 491-5058 to get more information and/or make an appointment with a member of the team.
Helpful Terminology and Definitions
Self-generated definitions by Karissa Stolen and Ben Lee (Student Representative of CSU Trans* Health Team)
Due to socialization, there are a lot of misconceptions and misuse of terminology specific to the trans* community. To clear up confusion and ensure that our language is inclusive and appropriate, we think it is important to define terms as an educational tool for social justice awareness.
Sex: the medical assignment of ʻmaleʼ or ʻfemaleʼ based upon the external genitalia that an individual possesses at birth. Biological sex is often confused with gender, gender identity, and gender expression. A personʼs assigned birth sex does not dictate their gender expression, chromosomal, and hormonal make-up. Those born with “male” genitalia may or may not behave in a masculine way and those born with “female” genitalia may or may not behave in a feminine way.
Gender: the social construction of masculinity or femininity as it aligns with designated sex at birth or in a specific culture and time period. Gender Identity claims individuality that may or may not be expressed outwardly, and may or may not correspond to one’s birth sex. Also defined as one’s psychological and sociological aspects.
Gender Identity: a person’s own understanding of themselves in terms of gendered categories like man and woman, boy and girl, transgender, gender-queer, and many others. How they feel inside or what they believe themselves to be.
Gender Role: the social role someone takes in society in relation to their gender.
Gender Expression: people’s behaviors that convey something about their gender identity, or that others interpret as meaning something about their gender identity. How we walk, talk, dress, and the language we use for ourselves (e.g. names and pronouns) are all aspects of gender expression. Socially we quantify gender expression with terms like masculine, feminine, androgynous, butch, femme etc.
Sexual Orientation: who someone is attracted to; can be declared relative to one’s gender (not sex), can be declared simply as the partner’s gender, or can be completely unrelated to gender all of these attributes are independent of each other (there are straight transwomen, lesbian transwomen, straight transmen, gay transmen, and everything in-between).
Trans* Umbrella: a term used to refer to the range and diversity of gender variance. Often included:
- Transgender: an “umbrella term” for someone whose self-identification, anatomy, appearance, manner, expression, behavior and/or otherʼs perceptions of challenges traditional societal expectations of congruent gender expression and designated birth sex.
- FTM: a person who transitions from “female-to-male,” meaning a person who was assigned female at birth, but identifies and lives as a male. Also known as a “transgender man.”
- MTF: a person who transitions from “male-to-female,” meaning a person who was assigned male at birth, but identifies and lives as a female. Also known as a “transgender woman.”
- Transsexual: a person whose gender identity is different from their assigned sex at birth and seeks to transition from male to female or female to male. Many do not prefer this term because it is thought to sound overly clinical, Transgender is preferred by many.
- Two Spirit: many North American Indigenous populations have three, five or even seven genders. These dual-gendered people, or “two-spirited” are seen without stigma and considered emissaries from the creator. They are treated with the deference and respect, even considered sacred. “Two-Spirit” is the closest thing to an appropriate umbrella term of referring to these gender traditions among Native peoples. However, even “two-spirit” is contested in modern usage and is not prevalent in all Indigenous cultures.
- Gender-queer/Gender-variant: captures a variety of identities and the identity has permeable boundaries; characterized by the desire or tendency to challenge gender roles and presentation, to “play” with gender, and to make the categories of gender irrelevant. It may be but is not always a political identity; changing society’s attitudes toward gender is often the goal. This is an identity that must be claimed as one’s own; it should not be imposed upon people.
- Androgynous: a person with physical traits that can be considered both masculine and feminine.
- Bigender: having two genders, exhibiting cultural characteristics of male and female roles.
- Cross-dressing: a person who enjoys dressing in clothes typically associated with another gender. This may be the extent of the gender-bending behavior, or it may be one step on a path of changing sex or gender.
- Drag Performers: people who dress and theatrically perform like the “opposite” gender for entertainment, play, expression, or eroticism. Typically men presenting as women are referred to as Drag Queens and women presenting as men are referred to as Drag Kings. Some identify as trans and others do not.
Not under the Trans Umbrella:
- Cisgender: describes one whose gender identity matches their sex at birth, and who also fits into the gender binary
- Intersex: sometimes included under the transgender umbrella, but more often not; describes any physical condition that is not distinctly “male” or distinctly “female”; can be unusual chromosome patterns (single X, XXY, XYY, XXX, and other patterns are possible), hormone imbalances, ambiguous genitalia, etc. (there are many intersex conditions, and at least one occurs in every 1 in 100 births; 1% of the population or ~70 million).
- Passing Privilege: refers to a trans* individual who easily functions within the gender binary as a perceived member of their preferred gender group. Example: If a transman is perceived by others to be a cisgender man, they may say that they experiencing “passing” as a cisgender man. One way this individual can choose to embody their identity is to live “stealth” as a perceived cisgender man, which can afford some privileges associated with dominant identities back to the trans* individual (that of a cisgender man). This same person could also identify as a transman and wish to be open about this identity in some, or all, spaces.
- Benefit of Passing: affords all of us physical safety in public spaces, and for those of us living full-time, job security and access to the social, educational, economic and professional pathways of cisgender people.
- Losing Passing Privilege: one can lose passing privilege by forfeiture (conscious choice), by an overt act (such as a public display of affection for one’s same-sex partner), or by being outed.
Transphobia: the fear, intolerance, or hatred of atypical gender expression or identity, or of people embodying or expressing an atypical gender identity.
Are you planning to travel soon? Before you pack your bags, make an appointment with the CSU Health Network Travel Clinic, which is staffed by clinicians who specialize in Travel Medicine. They are prepared to discuss safe travel tips, required and recommended immunizations, medications for prevention of malaria, and how to avoid common travel hazards. Students, faculty, staff and traveling companions will incur a charge for a travel consultation. There are additional charges for prescriptions and immunizations.
For more information or to schedule an appointment for a travel consultation, please call (970) 491-7121.
To prepare for your appointment:
- Schedule your appointment as soon as possible. Some vaccines are given in a series and it may take several months to achieve adequate immunity.
- Bring your detailed itinerary.
- Bring immunization records if other than previously submitted to the CSU Health Network.
- Travel consultations for groups can sometimes be arranged. Please contact us for further information.
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Combination Hepatitis A & B
- Typhoid (oral and injectable vaccine available)
- Varicella (chickenpox)
- Yellow Fever
Staffed by registered nurses trained in quick evaluation, the CSU Health Network Triage Clinic provides same day access for urgent medical conditions. Depending on your medical concern, the triage nurse may complete care, make you a future appointment, or refer you to the on call physician or nurse practitioner to be seen immediately.
The hours for triage are Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m, with the exception of Tuesday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Women’s Clinic provides gynecologic exams and consultations for students and their spouses and domestic partners. The primary focus of the clinic includes well woman exams, provision of contraception, evaluation and treatment of sexually transmitted illness and other related services. Counseling is provided for a multitude of health issues and concerns related to women’s health. The clinic is staffed by one family practice trained physician and three nurse practitioners, all of whom have worked for many years in women’s healthcare.
The clinic is located on the second floor of the Hartshorn building and is staffed by women to provide a welcoming atmosphere for our clients. The separate location of the clinic helps with the confidentiality of sensitive issues. The scope of services available in the clinic is very broad and includes many office gynecologic procedures, evaluation of menstrual disorders and vaginal and urinary tract problems. Appointment times are usually available within one week or less for most complaints. Same day services are also available. To make an appointment, please call 970-491-7121.
- Well woman examinations, pap smears
- Breast examinations
- STI testing, counseling, and treatment
- Pregnancy testing
- Birth control counseling and provision including: Implanon insertion and removal, IUD insertion and removal, Oral contraceptives, Diaphragm fittings, Depo provera (brand name or generic)
- Treatment and evaluation of abnormal pap smears including colposcopy with or without biopsy as indicated
- Liquid nitrogen treatment