What’s New at Denver Harbor Family Clinic
Vecino’s medical providers and licensed professionals on the counseling staff can treat many common conditions for adults and children through telehealth.
Special Enrollment Period: February 15 - May 15, 2021! You can enroll in a health insurance plan or change plans during this period. Call...
Many patients at Vecino’s Denver Harbor Family Clinic already recognize the newest doctor on staff. Dr. Irma Tamayo spent three years at the clinic...
Vecino Health Centers provides comprehensive screening, testing (with same-day results) and follow-up to people experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or who have come into contact with someone who has tested positive for the virus.
Research shows that babies of mothers who do not get prenatal care are more likely to have a low birth weight, which may cause health problems.
It’s natural to feel stressed, anxious, and overwhelmed during these uncertain times. Here are three tips for coping from the licensed professionals in the counseling department.
If you have young kids, it’s especially important to protect them from the flu virus, because they have a greater chance of getting very sick. The good news is, there are a few simple things you can do reduce your family’s chances of catching the flu.
One of the most important reasons to get a checkup now is to find out if you have any underlying problems before there are any symptoms. With screenings, conditions can be detected early, when they’re most treatable.
Vecino’s Get Care program helps remove the financial barriers that get in the way of health care. Get Care and stay well!
Most patients can get all of their prenatal care services right at Vecino’s Denver Harbor Family Clinic, including ultrasounds.
Vecino Health Centers’ outdoor screening for people who are determined to be potentially at risk for COVID-19 is available—by appointment—at the...
High blood pressure is treatable, and staff at Vecino’s Denver Harbor Family Clinic want to help every patient get theirs under control.