Patch Testing Clinic

Located at our CU Dermatology Aurora Clinic south of the Anschutz Medical Campus on Alameda Avenue, this unique sub-specialty clinic is led by doctors who are experienced and leaders in the field of contact dermatitis.  ​​​We receive referrals from hundreds of miles away due to our expertise in patch testing and contact dermatitis.

​​​Patch testing helps to determine if patients have allergies to things that touch their skin, such as ingredients in skin care products, botanicals, fabrics, metals, sunscreens, and other chemicals.  ​​​​These ingredients may be found in patients’ skin care products or in materials they are exposed to at home, at work, or when they participate in their favorite hobbies.

​​​We are able to test for hundreds of contact allergens and customize each patient’s patch tests based on their likely exposures and personal skin care products.  ​​​In addition to identifying contact allergies and providing a list of products to avoid, we also provide customized lists of skin products that are safe to use.  ​​​Regardless of the patch testing results, we will make recommendations for optimizing our patients’ skin care and treatment plans.  

Clinic Address

14305 E Alameda Avenue, Suite 225
Aurora, CO 80012
Phone: 303-315-5085                                FAX: 303-315-5080 ​​

Department of Dermatology

CU Anschutz

Research and Administration - CU Anschutz Research I South

12801 East 17th Avenue, Suite 4120

Mailstop 8127

Aurora, CO 80045

Phone: 303-724-4030
Fax: 303-724-4048

CU Anschutz

Anschutz Clinic - University of Colorado Hospital Anschutz Cancer Pavilion

1665 Aurora Court, 3rd Floor

Mailstop F703

Aurora, CO 80045

Phone: 720-848-0500
Fax: 720-848-0529

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