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M-F > 7:30am to 5:00 PM 

SAT > 10:00am to 1:00 pm

For Established Patients Only

We are accepting new patients. 

Please call (303)771-3939

to get registered with our practice and to schedule an appointment

Coronavirus Information

If you have:

Fever, Chills, Cough, Sore throat, Headache, Diarrhea,

Loss of smell/taste, and/or Shortness of breath 

Please contact our office at (303) 771-3939 or schedule a Secure Online Video Appointment 

by clicking the "Schedule Appointment" link above.  

  Please do not come directly into our office.  

In late July, a group calling itself America's Frontline Doctors issued a video with outrageous claims, including another false plug for hydroxychloroquine as an effective COVID-19 treatment. The content was removed,

but not before receiving millions of views and reviving conversation about a drug that both the FDA( 

and the NIH( have said is ineffective against the SARS-CoV-2 virus. 

And the "frontline doctors"?

One is Douglas Deibele, who claimed on Twitter in March that he'd successfully treated 500 patients on a combined regimen of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin -- curious, given that Deibele is a dentist who has not practiced medicine in more than two decades, having set aside teeth in favor of acting. Look fast to see his uncredited bit parts in, for instance, Bad Samaritan. He is not the only member of the group who is no longer practicing medicine, but that didn't stop them from advising a vulnerable public against wearing masks and maintaining social distance, among other false, potentially lethal rantings.

So large numbers of Americans who are used to generally benefitting from the Internet era's immediate access to information and social networks have heard, and helped to spread, damaging misinformation. And actual frontline physicians must yet again remind their patients how much context, expertise and credibility count. Navigating a pandemic, after all, is a lot different from asking your Facebook friends for help perfecting your enchilada sauce.( 

As health care providers, we hope to to break through this wall of nonsense with more reliable information.

That work gets harder with every sham press conference called by fringe "doctors."

We have both in-office appointments and Telehealth appointments available.

You can schedule by clicking on 

Or by calling our office at (303)771-3939

You will receive an email and text with the appointment connection information several minutes prior to your appointment.  In some situations, the appointment before you may run late.  Please stay connected - we may just be late.

COVID-19 Antibody testing information 

For weeks it seems, we have eagerly been awaiting the availability of antibody tests for COVID-19.  It was thought that with widespread antibody tests, we would have a better sense of how many have been exposed or infected with the disease, and more importantly how many are now immune. We, as providers, have heard numerous times, “I was so sick in January, I know it was COVID-19 and that I’m immune.” 

Unfortunately, the reality is that antibody testing may not be very useful.

A few facts about the tests

  • Only 4 tests have been approved by the FDA. None of those are rapid, in-office tests. Many of the tests are actually very poor. For example, the advertised sensitivity of one test is pretty good, but the validation of the test was only conducted on <70 patients. Not great.

  • Typically, after a person is exposed to a disease, they will form antibodies in their blood. The earliest (and less durable) antibody formed is the IgM. IgG will then form. IgG is the more durable antibody response. For COVID-19, it appears that IgM forms about 7 days after infection, and IgG appears 14 days after infection.

  • Even if exposed, a negative test can occur if a patient cannot develop a strong enough immune response to create antibodies.

  • A false positive test can occur if the test cross-reacts with another similar molecule, for example, a different coronavirus.

DTC Family Health does have COVID-19 virus RNA test available

ONLY for those who meet the CDC criteria.

1. You will need to schedule a Secure Online Video Appointment (Telehealth visit) with one of our provider to determine if you meet CDC criteria.   

2. Tests can only be ordered by providers in this practice. 

3. We cannot accept outside providers' orders. 

You must be evaluated by a provider in this practice.

We continue to be in close contact with the Centers for Disease Control "CDC" and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment "CDPHE".

Here are links to the CDC and CDPHE.

We will continue to update our website,  If you have any questions, please feel free to call us or send a portal message. Enjoy the beautiful weather and stay healthy!

If you have:

Fever, Chills, Cough, Sore throat, Headache, Diarrhea, Loss of smell/taste, and/or Shortness of breath 

Please contact our office at (303) 771-3939 or schedule a

Secure Online Video Appointment by clicking "Schedule Appointment".  

  Please do not come directly   into our office.  

New Patients please call (303) 771-3939

to schedule an appointment

Please arrive for your appointment

at least 15 minutes early.

Should you need to cancel your appointment, we ask that you give us

24 hours notice so that we may make your appointment available to someone else.



Coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting our lives in many ways. This study aims to use genetics to understand the symptoms and severity of COVID-19. 

This study aims to discover why some people might get sick from COVID-19 whilst others don't . It also hope to find any genes influencing the severity or duration of disease.  People who have not contracted the disease or had symptoms are just as important to the study as people who have.




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