How To Schedule an Appointment

To schedule an appointment in Longmont or Boulder, call us at 303-442-5160 during business hours Monday-Friday to speak with a staff member. We have a flexible and responsive scheduling system that accommodates next-day appointments as well as patients who prefer to schedule in advance. 

 

Same-day and walk-in appointments are available for some services. These include emergency contraception (the “morning-after pill”) and birth control refills. Same-day and walk-ins can be accommodated during our normal business hours on Monday-Thursday. 

 

Walk-ins are for Established Patients ONLY (patients seen here within the past three years). 

For all patients under 20 years of age: Teen patients are welcome to make an appointment during any of our family planning hours. For more information on Teen Clinic services and pricing, see the Teen Clinic website.

Telehealth Appointments

Telehealth appointments are available for established patients (seen at BVWHC within the past three years) for the following medical needs:

  • Transgender hormone therapy follow-up     

  • Prescription refills, including birth control

  • Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) symptoms

  • STIs (sexually transmitted infections)

 

Telehealth appointments will be offered through Hippo Health. Patients must be Colorado residents. 

 

Equipment needed for Telehealth access/connection:

  • Computer with Chrome browser, or

  • Hippo Health App

To make a Telehealth appointment for one of the services above, call us at 303-442-5160 or email us at scheduling@bvwhc.org.

HIV Testing

Through our partnership with Boulder County AIDS Project, FREE rapid HIV testing is also available on a walk-in basis based on availability. Testing available on the first two Tuesdays of the month from 4-6pm at our Boulder location, and the third Thursday of the month from 4-6pm at our Longmont location.

NOTE: Due to COVID-19, BCAP has temporarily suspended their offsite testing services at BVWHC. However, free, at-home HIV testing is available to anyone who is interested. Please see www.bcap.org/free-hiv-testing for more information.

How To Pay For Your Appointment

Whether you have health insurance, Medicaid, or are uninsured, BVWHC is here for you!

Health Insurance

BVWHC accepts most major insurance plans, including Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program). Click here for a list of plans.

Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid program)

Women’s Health accepts Health First Colorado (Medicaid). Medicaid enrollment is open year-round. To learn more about your eligibility for Medicaid or to sign up, go to Colorado PEAK or call 1-800-221-3943.

Uninsured Patients

For uninsured patients, Women’s Health offers a sliding fee scale for most services that is based on your income and family size. Proof of income is recommended to help determine eligibility.  If you are uninsured and eligible for health insurance, we encourage you to contact Colorado PEAK to discuss Medicaid eligibility (see above) or Connect for Health Colorado (Colorado’s official health insurance marketplace) for assistance finding an affordable health insurance plan.

Payment is due on your appointment day.  Your payment must be made with cash or credit card. No personal checks, please.

How To Pay Your Bill

 

Sign up for the Patient Portal. Once you’re signed up, you can log in to pay your bill, refill prescriptions, view your lab results, or ask your medical provider a question.

Women’s Health accepts the following insurance plans:* 

  • Aetna (HMO, EPO, PPO, POS) (we are Specialty)

  • All Savers Insurance (United HealthCare)

  • Ameriben

  • Anthem/Blue Cross Blue Shield (not Blue Priority or HMO/Pathway)

  • Beech Street Corp

  • Bright Health

  • CHP Plus Medicaid (Colorado Access, Child Health Plan Plus & Advantage): Medicaid patients 18 and under.

  • Champus/Tricare

  • Cigna, including Health Flex (not HMO). We are Specialty.

  • Cofinity

  • First Health/Coventry

  • GEHA (PPO-USA)

  • Great West (One Health Plan PPO, HMO/POS)

  • Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program), except Kaiser and Denver Health Medicaid (referral needed).

  • Humana/Choice Care

  • Kaiser – abortion services only (by referral)

  • MultiPlan

  • New Health Ventures

  • Pacificare (HMO/PPO)

  • PHCS – Private HealthCare Systems

  • Rocky Mountain Health Plans

  • Seven Corners

  • United Health Care (we are PCP)

  • United Medical Alliance

  • UMR – United Medical Resource

*PATIENTS: Plans vary even within the same insurance company. Call your insurance company to confirm that we are an 

In-Network Provider for your specific plan and to verify your coverage.