Sunrise Community Health

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About

Sunrise began in 1973 as a migrant health clinic. Today, our family medicine, pediatric, prenatal, dental, and school-based clinics support the health of nearly 42,000 in Northern Colorado.We are a recognized leader in safety net services, health information technology, community collaborations, and healthcare professional education.

Sunrise Community Health is a private non-profit 501(c)(3), supported in part by Health Center Program funding from the Bureau of Primary Health Care.

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Sunrise is a co-founding partner of the North Colorado Health Alliance. This partnership is key to our comprehensive health care home model.

Services

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Wellness & Sick care

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         Dental

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  Behavioral Health

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              Vision 

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      Family Planning

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Pharmacy, Lab & X-Ray

Sunrise Also Offers:

  • School Physicals & Immunizations

  • Care Coordination

  • Health Education

  • WIC (Women, Infants, and Children)

  • Interpreters & Transportation

  • Group Visits (shared/support appointments)

  • Reach Out & Read (literacy program)

By The Numbers

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41,033 Patients

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159,934 Visits

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387 Staff

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61 Providers

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11 Locations

Financial Assistance

We serve everyone, regardless of ability to pay

Sunrise accepts CHP+, CICP, Health First Colorado (Medicaid), Medicare, private insurance, and payment plans.

Health First Colorado (Medicaid) is a public health insurance program for Colorado residents who qualify.

Connect for Colorado can help you apply for federal financial assistance to purchase affordable health insurance via the Health Insurance Exchange.

Colorado Health Plan Plus (CHP+) is a public health insurance program for pregnant women and children who qualify.

Sunrise programs include a sliding fee discount, pharmacy assistance, a prenatal care discount, and women’s health programs.

Colorado Indigent Care Program (CICP) is not a health insurance program, but supports discounted health services to low income individuals and families not eligible for Medicaid or CHP+. Hospitals and clinics throughout Colorado participate in CICP.

Sliding Fee Scale

  • Proof of Income

CICP

  • Proof of Income

  • Proof of Address

  • Identification

  • Social Security Cards

Health First Colorado (Medicaid)

  • Proof of Income

  • Proof of Address

  • Identification

  • Birth Certificates

Connect for Colorado

  • Proof of Income

  • Identification

  • Income Taxes

  • Social Security Card

Documents needed

to qualify for specifc 

programs

Proof of income: last month's pay stub or a letter from employer. (Include same for spouse)

Proof of address: current utility bill or lease agreement

Proof of income: Driver's license or Colorado ID for you and your spouse

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Mural images by Armando Silva