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People who have symptoms of mpox or think they have been exposed to mpox should contact a health care provider to discuss testing.
The following locations have mpox testing available. Only people who have a rash, sores, or bumps can get tested. Appointments are limited — call the phone number listed or visit the provider's website to learn more about available appointments.
At your appointment, cover your rash or lesions with long sleeves, pants, or a bandage. Wear a well-fitting mask over your nose and mouth during your entire appointment. Patients can take this document with them to their medical visit.
We will add more locations to this page as they become available.
Testing location map
Click the pins on the map below for more information about a testing location or scroll down to view a list of locations.
Testing locations by county
Click to jump to your county: Adams | Arapahoe | Archuleta | Boulder | Broomfield | Custer | Denver | Douglas | El Paso | Garfield | Gunnison | Jefferson | La Plata | Larimer | Las Animas | Logan | Mesa | Pitkin | Pueblo | Summit | Weld
Children’s Hospital of Colorado
Phone: (720) 777-1234
If you have a primary care doctor, contact them first to see if you can be seen by a doctor you already know.
UCHealth urgent care
If your primary care provider is with UCHealth, contact them first to see if you can get your sample collected with a provider you already know.
All primary care (nine locations) and infectious disease clinics, Foothills Hospital Emergency Department, and Community Medical Center Emergency Department
To find the primary care location nearest you use this link https://www.bch.org/locations/ and select "primary care" under “services.”
Phone: Foothills Hospital Emergency Department: (303) 415-7000; Community Medical Center Emergency Department: (303) 415-4300
Patients who are at high risk for mpox based on criteria set out by the state with typical clinical presentation, including rash, will be evaluated. Some patients not included in high-risk criteria who have typical clinical presentation, including rash, based on clinical judgment will also be evaluated. BCH primary care and infectious disease clinics are only seeing existing patients or specific referrals.
Broomfield Public Health and Environment Reproductive Health Clinic
Phone: (720) 887-2251
Address: 100 Spader Way, Broomfield, CO 80020
BPHE is only evaluating current patients who are at high risk and have a new rash by appointment only.
Denver Sexual Health Clinic
Phone: (303) 602-3540
Address: 660 N. Bannock St., Pavilion L, 2nd Floor, Denver, CO 80204
Denver Sexual Health Clinic is currently only evaluating patients who have been sexually active or directly exposed to mpox within the last month and have a rash.
Phone: (303) 393-8050
Address: 5250 Leetsdale Drive, Suite #300, Denver, CO 80246
Vivent Health is evaluating patients with a rash and other symptoms associated with mpox by appointment only. Please complete this form to request an appointment. Vivent will contact patients directly through email or phone to schedule.
El Paso County Public Health
Phone: (719) 578-3199 — option 1 for Family Planning Clinic
Address: 1675 W. Garden of the Gods Road, Ste. 2044, Colorado Springs, CO 80907
EPCPH will only see patients who are at high risk for mpox based on criteria set out by the state with typical clinical presentation, including rash. Mpox testing by appointment only, limited appointments available.
Jefferson County Public Health Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinic
Phone: (303) 239-7040
Address: 645 Parfet St., Lakewood, CO 80215
JCPH Sexual & Reproductive Health Clinic is only evaluating people who are sexually active and have a rash. Evaluation and testing by appointment only.
Four Corners Infectious Disease
Phone: (970) 764-3810
Address: 1010 Three Springs Blvd., Suite 255, Durango, CO 81301
Four Corners Infectious Disease is evaluating all patients and offering same day appointments when possible, with more availability on Thursdays and Fridays.
Larimer County Public Health
Phone: (970) 498-5500
Addresses: 1525 Blue Spruce Drive, Fort Collins CO 80524; 200 Peridot Avenue, Loveland CO 80537
LCPH is evaluating high-risk individuals with a rash who are uninsured or underinsured.
Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment
Phone: (719) 583-4300
Address: 101 W. 9th St., Pueblo, CO 81003
Emergency & Urgent Care Indian Peaks
Phone: (303) 925-4840
Address: 4943 State Hwy 52 #100, Frederick, CO 80514
Anyone presenting with symptoms will be seen and evaluated by a physician prior to testing.