Denver Metro Tuberculosis Clinic
The Denver Metro Tuberculosis Clinic will be closed on the following days:
Jan. 16, 2017
Jan. 19, 2017
We apologize for any inconvenience.
The Denver Metro Tuberculosis (TB) Clinic provides treatment and care for people with tuberculosis who live in the
Denver Metro Area. This includes adults and children living in Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Jefferson, and Douglas Counties.
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.
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. It is very important that people with TB get and complete treatment.
If diagnosed with TB, your treatment will be offered for free.
You can learn more about TB, including tuberculosis symptoms, by visiting our TB fact page.
What do we offer you?
The Denver Metro TB Clinic is a comfortable, friendly and confidential place to receive TB testing and treatment. Everyone on our team specializes in TB. We understand what it is like to
have TB and how to help you complete treatment so you can protect yourself and your loved ones. Appointments are recommended by calling (303) 602-7240,
but we also welcome walk-in visits.
As a leading national TB center, we also offer professionals the resources they need to care for people with TB, including patient referrals.
Refer A TB Patient Now
Denver Metro TB Clinic Leading Efforts to Eliminate TB in Colorado
Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the world's deadliest diseases. Thousands of Colorado residents are infected with TB
and more than 60 people become sick from it each year. To mark 2015 World TB Day (March 24), the Denver Metro TB Clinic
announced the development of the Colorado Tuberculosis Elimination Plan. Read the press release detailing efforts to eliminate tuberculosis in Colorado. You can also listen to a recent Colorado Matters interview with Dr. Robert Belknap to learn more about the elimination plan.