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PHYSICAL HEALTH SERVICES

Rocky Vista University offers programs, services, and information to students to facilitate a healthy lifestyle environment. RVU Counseling Services provides a confidential, safe environment for students to explore issues of concern, resolve psychological distress, and maximize their potential as medical professionals. RVU Counseling Services seeks to offer a high standard of care as they offer a wide range of services for students. Students at Rocky Vista University may seek diagnostic, preventative, and therapeutic health services at the provider of their choice. Information is provided below as a resource to assist students in seeking health care services that are available both on campus and off-campus.

Confidentiality: Confidentiality is essential for effective treatment. All licensed mental health providers are bound by ethics and the law to maintain client confidentiality. For this reason, counseling records are not connected in any way to university records or official transcripts. People or offices outside of RVU are not authorized to receive client information about client visits to counseling and cannot view counseling files except by the written consent of the client. Confidentiality may be broken if, in the judgment of the treating provider, there is a concern about serious threat to self or others, the suspected abuse of a child, person over the age of 65, or vulnerable adult, or a court order by a judge.

Physical and Mental Health Services Policy (PDF)

CLINICS

  • Rocky Vista Health Center
    The Rocky Vista Health Center is located on Rocky Vista University’s campus. The address is: 8401 S. Chambers Rd. Parker, CO 80134.  Whether you need an examination or treatment for an illness or injury, our residents and experienced board-certified physicians are able to care for you. Patients may schedule appointments with a staff physician or resident physician between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. For more information, visit their website.
  • The Little Clinic (Walk-in)
    King Soopers Marketplace

    17761 Cottonwood Dr.
    Parker, CO 80134
    (303) 334-9576
  • The Little Clinic (Walk-in)
    King Sooper Marketplace
    12959 S. Parker Rd.
    Parker, CO 80134
    (720) 42-4089
  • Walgreens Walk-In Clinic
    19028 Lincoln Ave.

    Parker, CO 80134
    (303) 805-2135
  • Aurora Internal Medicine Clinic
    13111 E. Briarwood Ave. Suite 250
    Centennial, CO 80112
    (303) 805-1800
  • Centennial Medical Center
    12150 E. Briarwood Ave. Suite 105
    Centennial, CO 80112
    (303) 790-1999

URGENT CARE

  • Concentra Urgent Care
    11877 E. Arapahoe Rd.

    Centennial, CO 80012
    (303) 792-7368
  • OnPoint Urgent Care
    10120 E. Dry Creek Rd. #101
    Englewood, CO 80112
    (720) 738-1122
  • Emergency & Urgent Care Meridian
    9949 S. Oswego St. #100
    Parker, CO 80134
    (303) 925-4700
  • Concentra Urgent Care
    11960 Lioness Way Suite 150
    Parker, CO 80134
    (303) 269-2900
  • CareNow Urgent Care
    11339 S. Pikes Peak Dr
    Parker, CO 80138
    (720) 588-4000
  • 20 Mile Urgent Care & Family Medicine
    11355 S. Parker Rd
    Parker, CO 80134
    (720) 974-7210

EMERGENCY CARE

In case of emergency students are encouraged to call 9-1-1 for local emergency services. Emergency room locations near campus include:

  • Emergency & Urgent Care Meridian
    9949 S. Oswego St. #100
    Parker, CO 80134
    (303) 925-4700
  • Parker Adventist Hospital
    9395 Crown Crest Blvd
    Parker, CO 80138
    (303) 269-4000
  • Centennial Hospital
    14200 E Arapahoe Rd
    Centennial, CO 80112
    (303) 699-3000
  • Sky Ridge Medical Center
    10101 Ridgegate Pkwy
    Lone Tree, CO 80124
    (720) 225-1900

RESOURCES

The various clubs and organizations provide the opportunity for students to apply what they learn in the classroom while giving them space to heighten skills that produce more engaged community members, more innovative practitioners, and more balanced individuals.

The purpose of the RVUCOM Peer Mentoring program is to assist the incoming class in having a successful transition to medical school by providing opportunities for networking and support resources during their first year.

From Orientation and the White Coat Ceremony at the beginning of the students' medical school career to the residency match and Commencement towards the end, here are some of the notable events to look forward to.

CONTACT THE OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS

COLORADO CAMPUS
8401 S. Chambers Road

Parker, CO 80134
(720) 795-9740

For faster response, please direct inquiries to the campus email:
studentaffairs@rvu.edu