NOCO Community Urgent Care would like to reinsure our patients that we are taking every precaution possible to ensure our patients and staff members’ safety and well-being.
Masks are required for patients and staff in accordance with the Larimer County mask mandate and Executive Order. Hands are always washed and sanitized throughout the day, and gloves are worn during all exams. All surfaces are disinfected routinely throughout the day and before and after each patient. Both patients and staff are encouraged to avoid touching their face, cover cough or sneeze with a tissue, continually keep hands clean, and keep an appropriate distance from others.
The evaluation and treatment of COVID-19 remain confusing and ever-changing. Ultimately, the CDC advises those who are experiencing symptoms or have been exposed to a confirmed case in the last three weeks to stay home for at least 10-14 days after symptom onset and 72 hours from fever resolution.
The staff at NOCO Community Urgent Care are always willing and able to evaluate, test, and treat symptomatic patients concerned about their health and well-being. We can address your symptoms to evaluate and treat you accordingly either by telemedicine or in-clinic visits.
Please see the links below for information from the CDC Website