|Second Thursday of each month||Closed 8 a.m.-10 a.m.|
|Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 2022||Closed|
|Friday after Thanksgiving, November 25, 2022||Closed|
|Christmas Day, December 25, 2022||Closed|
|Christmas Day Observed, December 26, 2022||Closed|
|New Year's Day, January 1, 2023||Closed|
|New Year's Day Observed, January 2, 2023||Closed|
|Martin Luther King Day, January 16, 2023||Closed|
For medical professionals, we also provide phone consultations and resources to help diagnose and treat people with latent TB infections, including patient referrals. For medical professionals, we also provide phone consultations and resources to help diagnose and treat people with latent TB infections, including patient referrals.
|Testing Services Offered
*All testing services are offered on a walk-in basis. If you’d like to schedule ahead, call 303-602-7240.*
We will not place TB Skin Tests the week of November 21 due to the holiday closures. Only QFT testing will be available that week. Skin tests will resume as normal on Nov. 28.
|Services||Out of Pocket Cost||Notes|
|Tuberculin Skin Test (TST)||$20||Tuberculin skin tests (TSTs), also known as PPDs, require a second visit 48-72 hours after the test is placed on your arm. We do not place skin tests on Thursdays because we are closed on weekends and cannot verify results. Skin tests are not currently covered by insurance plans, including Medicaid. TB skin tests are available Monday, Tuesdays and Wednesdays between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.|
|Quanti-FERON TB Gold (QFT)||$85||This test is a blood draw and results are available 3-5 days after. QFTs are covered by many insurance plans, but please ask your insurance before you come in for a test if you are unsure about coverage. QFTs are available between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.|
What is TB?
TB is a disease caused by germs that are spread between people through the air. It usually affects the lungs but may also affect other parts of the body, including the brain, kidneys or spine. It can be deadly if left untreated. Completing treatment is very important for people with TB and is provided for free at the Tuberculosis Clinic.
There are two stages of tuberculosis: latent and active. In latent TB infection the germs are sleeping so you will not feel sick and you cannot give TB to others. Active TB means the germs have 'woken up' and you have symptoms (cough, fever, weight loss, nigh sweats) and might be able to pass TB to the people you spend the most time with.
The best way to prevent the spread of TB is to be tested if you think you have been exposed and to be treated if you have tested positive.
You can learn more about TB, including tuberculosis symptoms, by visiting our TB fact page.
Tuberculosis Clinic Team
The Tuberculosis Clinic team includes world renowned doctors and nurses who specialize in treating adults and children with tuberculosis.
Michelle Haas, MD, Interim Director
Rosa Sloan, RN
TB Clinic Leading Efforts to Eliminate TB in Colorado
Thousands of Colorado residents are infected with TB and at risk for getting sick. Most of these people have not been tested, so they do not know they are at risk, or that they could take medicine to protect themselves. In an effort to eliminate Tuberculosis in Colorado, the TB Clinic collaborated with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) to develop a TB Elimination Plan.