COVID-19 Testing - The Estes Park Health Physician Clinic is honored to bring this valuable testing to the Estes Valley community.

COVID-19 testingFor healthcare workers and 1st Responders

Estes Park Health is now a COVID-19 testing site for symptomatic healthcare workers and 1st responders.

  • Please call 970-577-4400 and let them know that you are a symptomatic healthcare worker or 1st
  • You will be directed to the Clinic COVID Triage Team (CCTT) and they will walk you through the testing process.
  • You will need to have work identification to receive a test.
  • Testing will take place on 月曜日, 水曜日, and 金曜日 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. This timeframe may increase if demand increases.
  • The CCTT is available to discuss testing during regular business hours: 月曜日 – 金曜日 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • If a healthcare worker or 1st responder is tested for COVID-19, a provider will contact the patient with the results whether positive or negative. If a patient receives a positive test, the provider will discuss care options.

It is important to note that a negative COVID-19 result does not mean that the person tested will never test positive for COVID-19. It is a point-in-time test and a patient could be exposed to the virus after a test. There is also the potential for a false negative despite proper testing techniques. Anyone tested should continue to monitor their symptoms and talk with their provider if they are not improving.

For Estes Park Community

The Estes Park Health Physician Clinic will now be testing symptomatic community members that meet criteria for testing.

  • Community members need to call 970-577-4400 to speak with the Clinic COVID Triage Team (CCTT) during regular business hours: 月曜日 – 金曜日 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • The CCTT will provide patients with step-by-step instructions to set up a Virtual Visit with a provider.
  • The result of the Virtual Visit with a provider may or may not include COVID-19 testing.

It is important to note that a negative COVID-19 result does not mean that a patient will never test positive for COVID-19. It is a point-in-time test and a patient could be exposed to the virus after a test. There is also the potential for a false negative despite proper testing techniques. Anyone tested should continue to monitor their symptoms and talk with their provider if they are not improving.

If a patient is tested for COVID-19, a provider will contact the patient with the results whether positive or negative.