CSU Health Network closed June 16-23 for move to new Health and Medical Center

Health and Medical Center

The CSU Health Network is moving into the new CSU Health and Medical Center at College Avenue and Prospect Road in mid-June. To facilitate the move, all student medical, counseling, and health education and prevention services will be closed from Friday, June 16 through Friday, June 23. Access to the CSU Health Network Portal, the online connection to the electronic health record, will be unavailable starting at 5 p.m. on Thursday, June 15.

All services will reopen at the new location at 8 a.m. Monday, June 26.

“We chose this week to move because it is historically one of the weeks in the year with the lowest demand for our services,” explained Anne Hudgens, executive director of CSU Health Network. “We also realize individuals may need care during the move, and have made every effort to make our clients aware of alternative services available in Fort Collins.”

During the temporary closure, any students who would normally receive medical services at Hartshorn Health Center should visit an urgent care provider – information about local urgent and emergency care providers is available at health.colostate.edu/after-hours-emergency-care. If you are enrolled in the Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP), call AmeriBen at (855) 258-2656 for a referral before seeking services. This will ensure your deductible is waived if seen during normal business hours throughout the move.

Students needing counseling services during this time can call (970) 491-7111 to speak to an on-call counselor.

Students are encouraged to plan ahead for prescription refill needs. The CSU Health Network Pharmacy can not process, transfer, or fill prescriptions during the temporary closure. All prescriptions, including refills, must be filled and picked up by 4 p.m. on Thursday, June 15. Contact the pharmacy at (970) 491-1402 with questions.

“We are excited about moving into CSU’s new home for health, and look forward to a smooth transition from Hartshorn and Aylesworth, for both our staff and our clients,” Hudgens added.

Meet the new CSU Health and Medical Center

An open house will be held on Saturday, July 29, 3-5 p.m. at the center to introduce the Fort Collins community to the wide range of services available to the public.

Representatives from all members of this unique and innovative building partnership, including CSU Student Health Network, UCHealth, Associates in Family Medicine, Poudre Infusion Therapy, Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging, and Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center, will conduct building tours, as well as answer questions and provide information about the services provided to everyone in the community.

An additional campus open house and student celebration event will be held in mid-September.

About the CSU Health and Medical Center

The CSU Health and Medical Center is the new home of the CSU Student Health Network, which provides a full range of medical, counseling, and health education and prevention services to all enrolled CSU students, regardless of their insurance coverage. Partners UCHealth, Associates in Family Medicine, Poudre Infusion Therapy, and Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center will also provide services to community members, including CSU faculty and staff.

Community services include family medicine, a public walk-in clinic with extended weekday and weekend hours, low-dose digital X-ray imaging, occupational health and rehabilitation services, sports medicine, infusion services, and nutrition counseling, tips, and classes. Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging provides a dedicated space for cutting-edge research and educational outreach in partnership with CSU academic programs to help older adults stay healthy longer.

The four-story, 113,000-square-foot building is owned and operated by CSU and is conveniently located at the eastern gateway of campus at 151 W. Lake St., on the northwest corner of the intersection of College Avenue and Prospect Road. The $59 million project is funded through CSU student fees, CSU Health Network revenue, tenant leases and private donations, including a $5 million gift from UCHealth, a $5 million gift from Bob and Kitty Wilson on behalf of Columbine Health Systems, and generous gifts from The Griffin Foundation, The Boettcher Foundation, and Pat and Larry Kendall.

The center is accessible by MAX at the Prospect Station, or by car from Lake Street. Free patient and client parking is on site, with dedicated spaces on the north side of the building. A university parking garage across the street provides additional metered or permit spaces for the public and CSU students and employees. Ample bike and longboard parking is available outside the main entrance on the north side of the building and at the MAX station.

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