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Who owns the health center?

Pueblo Community Health Center is an independent nonprofit organization managed by a community Board of Directors. This independence means that our community—not a corporate institution—makes the decisions regarding the services we offer.

Where are you located?

We have thirteen locations in Pueblo and Huerfano Counties in Colorado, to serve you. Most sites are easily accessible by public transportation.

What are your hours?

Please visit our locations page for a complete list of hours by site.

How do I make an appointment?

If you are a current patient, you can call (719) 543-8711 to make an appointment. If you need to register to become a patient or to renew your card, click here for our Walk-In Registration procedure or call (719) 543-8711.

What are your policies regarding patient confidentiality?

We are committed to protecting your privacy and have strict policies to ensure patient confidentiality. These policies meet all federal and state health requirements.

Who do you serve?

We do not turn anyone away for inability to pay. Our services are available to anyone who wishes to come here. We primarily serve residents of Pueblo County, Colorado.

What services do you offer?

Pueblo Community Health Center offers a full range of services to meet all of your health care needs. See a complete list of available services.

Do you accept private insurance?

Yes. We accept many different forms of private insurance, including Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Secure Horizons and United Health Care. Since this information sometimes changes, please call (719) 543-8711 to confirm that we accept your insurance.

Do you accept Medicaid and Medicare?

Yes. Please call (719) 543-8711 for more information.

What are your sources of funding?

Pueblo Community Health Center needs help from people like you to make sure we can continue serving people in need of health care. We receive support from many organizations—like Pueblo County United Way, the Pueblo City-County Partnership Program, Bureau of Primary Health Care, and others—as well as individuals and businesses. We try our best to leverage every dollar we receive to make it stretch farther. See how you can make a difference by joining our community of givers and learn more on our Foundation page.

What do I do if I can’t pay for my care?

Your ability to pay should not be a barrier to receiving the health care you need. If you don’t think you can pay for your health care, please call our Patient Accounts staff at (719) 543-8711 to make an appointment to see what options are available. You might be eligible to set up a payment plan or we might be able to make arrangements for you to pay for services on a sliding scale.

With which hospitals are you affiliated?

We are able to meet your individual needs if you require hospitalization. We work most closely with St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center and Parkview Medical Center.

Please call (719) 543-8711 before coming to a clinic so we can determine how best to safely meet your needs. All patients/visitors are required to wear a mask or face covering while in any PCHC facility. The PCHC dental clinic is open and treating emergencies and providing other limited services - call 564-4823 for more information. PCHC is referring patients who need a COVID-19 test to the Colorado State Fairgrounds testing site (open Monday-Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. through the end of July).

Please call (719) 543-8711 before coming to a clinic so we can determine how best to safely meet your needs. All patients/visitors are required to wear a mask or face covering while in any PCHC facility. The PCHC dental clinic is open and treating emergencies and providing other limited services - call 564-4823 for more information. PCHC is referring patients who need a COVID-19 test to the Colorado State Fairgrounds testing site (open Monday-Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. through the end of July).