Comprehensive Clinics

Family Centered  Care

Frequently Asked Questions About Comprehensive Care Visits

What happens the day I come in for the Comprehensive Care Visit?

During our comprehensive care visits, patients can expect to be evaluated and treated by a team that includes time and physical evaluations with:

  • Hematologist or Nurse Practitioner Provider
  • Nurses
  • Social Workers
  • Physical Therapists
  • Pharmacists
  • Laboratory Work

Patients will also be made aware of any research opportunities that may be ongoing at our center. These are optional but may assist in future care of current and future patients living with bleeding or clotting disorders. In addition, we will refer patients to other specialists should the need arise.

How long does a comprehensive care visit take? 

Patients can plan on comprehensive care visits taking approximately 4  hours.
There will be a 45 minute physical therapy evaluation for bleeding related issue included in all bleeding disorder comprehensive visits. If you have extensive physical therapy or social work needs, we request you schedule a follow up appointment for the afternoon or on a separate day.

What if I just have one area, like physical therapy, social work or an emergency bleed that I need help with?

A comprehensive visit is our initial evaluation and annual exam, addressing and assessing immediate needs and to prepare patients to address any problems before they come up. We always treat specific medical needs with individual visits as necessary. Please speak to any of our front desk staff who can answer any questions about details on comprehensive care or individual visit needs. 

Our clinic is open Monday through Friday 8 am to 4:30 pm at 303-724-0724. If you have an emergency, please call 9-1-1 and follow up with us for care. 

What should I bring to my appointment?

All Patients should plan on bringing: 

  • A photo ID (not required  for pediatric patients)
  • Current insurance information, including your health insurance card(s)
  • Immunization records (pediatric patients only)
  • Infusion/bleeding log history information (for bleeding disorders)
  • Name, address and phone numbers of your primary care physician and dentist
  • A pair of shorts for the physical therapy evaluation. We do have paper gowns but find most patients are more comfortable if they bring or wear their own shorts for this evaluation. 

Do I need to fill out forms once I get there?

No. You shouldn't have forms to fill out once you are in clinic. Please talk with our front desk about any forms or information you may need to provide.

How do I figure out insurance? How much does this cost me?

As a non-profit, many (but not all) of our services are included under funding from the federal government, or covered by Medicaid, Medicare and Insurance plans. Insurance specialists are made available to assist all patients in managing the logistical end of patient care. We have an insurance team who can help answer your questions about your costs. Please call us at our main number or ask our front desk staff for assistance in contacting our insurance team. 

Where are you located?

Our office is located just north of the Anschutz Medical Campus in the CU Medicine Building on the first floor. Our address is 13199 E. Montview Blvd., Suite 100 Aurora, CO  80045.

We have detailed instructions on how to get to the HTC here. If you are traveling from outside of Denver, please see our travel page for more information.


Learn more about Comprehensive Clinics and how they have improved the lives of those living with bleeding disorders by watching Blood Roots, a documentary on HTCs.

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