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Colorado Physician Partners is pleased to provide an option for patients to see their provider virtually through a secure platform called

At this time, the following providers are offering virtual visits through

How to schedule a virtual appointment

Virtual appointments are available for current patients, are limited to certain health issues and must be scheduled in advance. To make a virtual appointment, you must first call Internal Medicine Southwest.

Equipment you will need for your virtual visit

Internet access as well as a computer, tablet or smartphone with a camera and speakers are required. For more information on what is needed, see’s Getting Started Guide for Patients

Steps You Need to Take

Step 1: Make sure you can open your provider’s page using the buttons below. If you are using a PC/Android/Tablet, Chrome and Firefox work best. If you are using an Apple device Mac/iPhone/iPad, Safari works best.

Step 2: Call Internal Medicine Southwest to request a virtual appointment with one of the providers offering virtual visits. You must schedule your virtual appointment with us before moving on to step 3.

Step 3: Please check in at least 5 minutes prior to appointment. For check in tips, see’s Guide for Checking In as a Patient.

Step 4: From the list below find who your virtual visit is with and click the "Enter Waiting Room" button next to their picture.


Step 5: Follow the instructions on the screen. Be sure to allow any requests to access your camera or microphone.

For check in tips, see’s Guide for Checking In as a Patient.

Cost of Virtual Visits

Virtual visits may have a cost. Please consult your health plan or contact your provider’s office for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions about

Virtual visits (telehealth) use telecommunications technology to provide real-time health care to patients at a distance.

No, you do not need to create an account with to see your provider.

All data is encrypted and patient sessions are anonymous ( does not know who you are). Additionally, does not store patient information. uses the AES cipher with 128-bit keys to encrypt audio/video, and HMAC-SHA1 to verify data integrity.