When you schedule your appointment, you will receive information about what type of identification you need to bring and how you can prepare for your appointment or procedure. Please plan to arrive 15 to 20 minutes before your appointment to complete clinic and insurance forms.
To schedule an appointment, choose your desired clinic for direct contact information:
Hand & Upper Extremity
Foot & Ankle
Trauma and Fracture Care
As you plan for your appointment, make sure to check out our online Anschutz Medical Campus Maps and Parking resources and our information packet for new patients.
The CU Orthopedics staff is committed to protecting your health information, a right you have detailed in the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996.
To that end, we have a notice of privacy practices that explains the ways we will use your protected health information (PHI). It also explains the ways we will share or disclose PHI about you. In addition, we may make other uses and disclosures that occur as a result of the permitted uses and disclosures described in this Notice.
notice of privacy practices
We also encourage you to become familiar with your rights as a patient to make health care decisions. The packet below also includes forms for medical power of attorney, living wills, and CPR directives.
Your Right to Make Healthcare Decisions
*Documents are in Adobe Acrobat format. If you are unable to view the file, please visit Adobe.com and download the latest version of the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.
The Orthopedic Trauma and Limb Restoration Teams are utilizing telehealth to see both new and return patients.