In the best interest of serving and protecting our patients, staff, and community, DIHFS will continue providing care telephonically.
Updates from Denver Indian Health and Family Services
In the best interest of serving and protecting our patients, staff, and community, DIHFS will begin providing care telephonically for the next four weeks. Outreach and community events have been postponed until further notice. What does this mean for our patients?
Everyone is talking about coronavirus and with good reason - new cases, including reports of cases in Colorado, are being reported every day. Coronaviruses are nothing new, in fact, most adults are likely to have been infected with one of four common human coronavirus strains which cause symptoms related to the common cold.
Our goal at Denver Indian Health and Family Services (DIHFS) is to promote sustainable, healthy lifestyles so our clients can continue these practices after their clinic or personal training visit. Beginning this month, our patients and clients will have the opportunity to purchase Denver Recreation Center day passes for 50% off! Ask our Front Desk team how to get a pass and get active all over the Denver metro area, especially at Rude Rec Center, which is just a few short steps from our front door. Purchasing a pass will allow entry into any Denver Recreation Center for one day only.
When taking a new medication, you may have noticed a warning stating “avoid grapefruit juice” or “do not take with dairy products” but what exactly does that mean? Some medications interact with different foods that may alter how they work inside our bodies which may lead to the prescribed drug not working in the way it was intended.
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