Infectious Disease Clinic

To protect our patients, families, employees and the community during the outbreak of COVID-19, Denver Public Health is following Denver Health’s strict NO VISITOR POLICY, restricting visitors at all clinics until further notice with the below exceptions:
  • Adult patients are encouraged to come alone to their appointments, but may be accompanied by 1 person if absolutely necessary
  • We encourage you to not bring children with you to the Infectious Disease Clinic. However, if it is absolutely needed, we ask that there are no more than 2 children per patient and that the children are kept with you at all times. If your children have a cough, fever, or rash we ask that you leave them at home with another care taker and contact your Primary Care Provider.

Para proteger a nuestros pacientes, familias, empleados y la comunidad durante el brote de COVID-19, Denver Public Health está siguiendo la estricta POLÍTICA DE NO VISITANTES de Denver Health, restringiendo los visitantes en todas las clínicas hasta nuevo aviso con las siguientes excepciones:
  • Se aconseja a los pacientes adultos a que vayan solos a sus citas, pero pueden estar acompañados por 1 persona si es absolutamente necesario.
  • Le recomendamos que no traiga niños a la clínica. Sin embargo, si es absolutamente necesario, le pedimos que no haya más de 2 niños por paciente y que los niños se mantengan con usted en todo tiempo. Si sus hijos tienen tos, fiebre o sarpullido, le pedimos que los deje en casa y se comunique con su proveedor de atención primaria.

 

Clinic Closures
Memorial Day, May 25, 2020 Closed
Observed Independence Day, July 3, 2020 Closed
Labor Day, September 7, 2020 Closed
Thanksgiving Day, November 26, 2020 Closed
Christmas Day, December 25, 2020 Closed

Care for serious infections other than HIV.

We provide follow-up care if you have been started on intravenous (IV) antibiotics in the hospital. Long courses of IV antibiotics (2 to 8 weeks) are often used for treatment of serious bacterial infections of bones and joints, heart valves and abscesses deep within the body.

If you are on IV antibiotics you need to be seen at least once a week to make sure you infection is getting better, the antibiotic is not causing side effects, and to make sure the IV catheter is working well. We do blood tests every week to check for side effects from the antibiotic and to see how well the treatment is working. We work with a home nursing agency and a special pharmacy that supplies antibiotics for home treatment.

Hepatitis C clinic

The Infectious Disease Clinic at Denver Public Health offers a hepatitis C clinic on Wednesdays from 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m., and Thursdays from 1 - 4 p.m. We also provide specialty care upon approved referral for hepatitis B. Contact the clinic for more information.

 Need a refill? Contact the Public Health Pharmacy.