Kaiser Permanente is temporarily closing 21 of its clinics in Northern Colorado and the Boulder Valley to stem the spread of the Coronavirus.

According to Biz West, the healthcare provider announced the closures this week to patients via email. The medical buildings will be closed starting Monday, March 23 in Boulder, Brighton, Fort Collins, Greeley and Longmont.

Kaiser Permanente Statement:

As the situation around coronavirus and COVID-19 continues to evolve, we’re moving quickly to make some necessary changes to face this challenge head-on.

 

Kaiser went on to say that they're expanding virtual care to keep people from leaving their homes. They're also asking that patients postpone non-urgent procedures to keep space open for the critically ill.

Kaiser Permanente offices temporarily closing:

  • Baseline Medical Offices (Boulder).
  • Briargate Medical Offices.
  • Brighton Medical Offices.
  • Castle Rock Medical Offices.
  • East Denver Medical Offices.
  • Englewood Medical Offices.
  • Fort Collins Medical Offices.
  • Greeley Medical Offices.
  • Hidden Lake Medical Offices.
  • Highline Behavioral Health Center.
  • Highlands Ranch Medical Offices.
  • Ken Caryl Medical Offices.
  • Longmont Medical Offices.
  • Midtown Medical Office Building.
  • Parker Medical Offices.
  • Pueblo North Medical Offices.
  • Ridgeline Behavioral Health Center.
  • Smoky Hill Medical Offices.
  • Southwest Medical Offices.
  • Spring Creek Medical Offices.
  • Wheat Ridge Medical Offices.

Patients seeking care may sign in using the Kaiser app or by visiting www.kp.org. Members with symptoms may complete an e-visit with a doctor, be screened for coronavirus and arrange for treatment if necessary.

Patients can call 303-338-4545 or 800-218-1059 to speak with a licensed care provider.

Source: Biz West

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