Telehealth Frequently Asked Questions

Telehealth, offered at the Youth Clinic, allows for long-distance patient and provider contact and care. Due to COVID-19, telehealth has become a safe and effective way for our team to provide the same level of…

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New Hours Effective April 1, 2020

We are open and continuing to provide care for children in Northern Colorado. Doctor appointments are considered essential services and the Youth Clinic is here for your family’s healthcare needs. If you have an appointment scheduled…

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The Youth Clinic Coronavirus Protocol

 We are open and continuing to provide care for children in Northern Colorado. Doctor appointments are considered essential services and the Youth Clinic is here for your family’s healthcare needs. If you have an…

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How to Talk to Your Kids About COVID-19

It’s safe to say that no one saw the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) crisis coming, not even Healthcare providers, so as a parent, it’s no wonder you feel like you are in uncharted territories. With schools extending…

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Discontinued Walk-In Strep Testing

At the Fort Collins Youth Clinic, we have updated our testing process for sore throats due to the growing problem of antibiotic resistance, one of the most serious and growing threats to public health. In…

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Zantac Recall

The Youth Clinic providers have recently been made aware of a potential concern regarding the use of a commonly prescribed antacid (ranitidine/ Zantac). The US Food and Drug Administration has received reports of a contaminant…

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Know Where to Go For Treatment

Are you using the best healthcare resource for your child? While you’ll receive the best treatment a facility can provide regardless of where you seek treatment, you’ll get the best results – shortest wait times…

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