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COVID-19 Update

Our clinic remains open but we have increased safety measures due to the recent uptick in COVID-19 cases in our state. Our hours remain 8 am-4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. Please see our latest update (11/6/20) to restrictions and adjustments here. Below find our protocols for in-person visits, which will be strictly limited. 

March Newsletter

March Newsletter

Our March newsletter is out! We share important information about changes to Medicaid coverage, we spotlight our newest social worker, DeEtta Barnhardt, and invite our pediatric stroke families to an Education Event! Plus, upcoming events, news and more. Read online, or keep up with the HTC by subscribing today.

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Vidyo and MyChart Access

Our HTC telehealth systems are now using Vidyo, a system you will only be able to access through MyChart. You must have an account with MyChart (click below). You will need an access code provided through our HTC front desk, please contact us when signing up:303-724-0724.

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Clinic Office Hours

8 am to 4:30 pm Monday-Friday by appointment only.

Strict COVID-19 policies are in place, including staggered appointment times, screenings and limitations. Click here for our visitor policies.

Phone: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30 pm 
Main Clinic: 303-724-0724 

HTC Pharmacy

Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Pharmacy: 303-724-0168
A Pharmacist is on-call after-hours.​

​Resources During COVID-19

We have added a web page with resources provided by our HTC staff. Click Here to view our COVID-19 Resources page.

Mike Wang, MDWelcome to the Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Our center has undergone a variety of transformations over the years and we moved to our current location in 2011.

Our affiliation with Children’s Hospital Colorado allows us to bring the best care and expertise to all who live with bleeding or clotting disorders, including those who have survived pediatric stroke.

We hope you are able to use this website as a tool to find answers and learn more about bleeding and clotting disorders. Our goal is to work with all our patients and their families to empower them with education and strategies to overcome the challenges they may face.  

Dr. Michael Wang
Director of the HTC