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Welcome to our website
Primary care for older adults
Continuum of care
Function and quality of life
A doctor who listens to me
Medicare welcome
Care coordination
Specially-trained in geriatrics
Refer-a-Friend program
Prescription refill line
Convenient clinic locations
Dynamic professional workplace
Articles on geriatric health issues
24/7 telephone coverage





Welcome to SeniorCareOfColorado.com!

We hope you find what you're looking for here. Please call us at 303.306.4321 for more information or 303.306.4329 to schedule an appointment with a provider.






IPC/Senior Care of Colorado provides high-quality, personalized medical care designed especially for older adults throughout the Denver Metro area and beyond.





We care for our patients in our clinics, as well as select retirement communities, assisted living, rehabilitation, and skilled nursing centers. We work with specialists and hospitalists who provide expert day-to-day hospital care. And in certain Denver Metro area hospitals, those physicians are part of our own IPC family.




Our goal as clinicians is to maximize our patients’ quality of life and ability to function well. And respecting the patient’s individual wishes and desires is an important part of that process. Sometimes that even means reducing the number of medications they’re taking. Or gaining a thorough understanding of the psycho-social issues that affect their lives.


             




"Finally, I've found a doctor who listens to me and involves me in making good, informed choices about my medical care."






Having trouble finding a physician who will see new Medicare patients?

We always welcome and accept assignment for Medicare and other insurance plans. Click here for more details.






We understand that smooth transitions of care are especially critical for older adults. So we have dedicated Care Coordinators on our team who collaborate with our patients, their families, facilities and providers to pave the way.





Our dedicated doctors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and other clinicians are specially-trained in geriatrics and work in close cooperation with one another.

See our physician bios here.

Or visit our other providers' profiles here.







Our Refer-a-Friend program rewards you and your friend each with a $25 King Soopers gift card when your friend joins our practice.






Need to have a prescription refilled? We have a dedicated phone line staffed exclusively to handle those calls.

Phone us at 303.306.4304.






Our clinics are conveniently located in the Denver/Aurora Metro area.

Click here for a clinic directory.





IPC/Senior Care of Colorado offers a unique, dynamic and collaborative working environment for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and other medical and office professionals who are passionate about caring for seniors.

Click to learn more.






Our providers regularly write articles on topics of interest to older adults.

Click here to read more.







We offer 24-hour/7-day telephone coverage provided by our own skilled practitioners.

Request an Appointment...

...with one of our specially-trained, compassionate providers

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Or phone 303.306.4329

Phones open 7:30 am - 5:00 pm Mon - Fri

Ask us about same-day appointments! If you're ill and need to see someone right away, we will work you in for a brief visit to address your immediate concern. 

Click here for a list of locations and directions to our convenient clinics.

What's New

Need to see a provider right away?

Announcing Same-Day Appointments

If you're ill and need to see someone right away, we will accommodate you - even if that means working you into an already full schedule.

The best time to call our office to schedule a same-day appointment is first thing in the morning, Monday through Friday. Our phones open at 7:30 am. The majority of same-day visits will be scheduled between 11:00 am and noon, Monday through Friday. Call us at 303.306.4329 and we'll take care of you.

Please note that this type of appointment must be brief; we will probably be able to address only your current, urgent concern. Additional concerns and/or follow-up issues may require a subsequent visit.

 

Welcome to IPC/Senior Care of Colorado!

We're glad you've found us, and we're eager to share information about our unique practice with you. Whether you're looking for a physician, are the family member or caregiver of a senior patient, or are a physician, nurse practitioner, or physician assistant looking for the perfect employment opportunity, this is the place for you.

Continuum-of-Care-Feb-14-weSince our inception in 2001, the IPC/Senior Care of Colorado practice has been committed to serving patients across the continuum of care. As this illustration shows, the core of our strength comes from our clinicians: both primary care and hospitalist acute care providers. No matter where you receive your care in the continuum, you will experience the same guiding philosophy and the shared dedication of our providers who remain in constant communication with one another, our patients and families, and your family physician or specialist.

At IPC/Senior Care of Colorado, we:

  • Welcome and accept assignment for Medicare and other insurance plans.
  • Offer 24-hour/7-day telephone coverage provided by our own skilled practitioners.
  • Have conveniently located clinics in the Denver Metro/Front Range area.
  • Visit patients in numerous retirement communities, assisted living, skilled nursing, and rehabilitation centers.

We invite you to browse our website where you can learn more about us, request an appointment, or just ask a question.

 

 

 

Healthy News You Can Use

New! Sign up here to recieve our eNewsletter, including news about our practice and upcoming events, informative articles about health and aging, and more.

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Our emails will be sent no more frequently than once each month. We respect your privacy and will never share or sell your email address. You may easily unsubscribe at any time if you change your mind. 

In case you missed it: click here to read the latest issue.

Refer-a-Friend Program

Our gift to you is a $25 King Soopers gift card!

We appreciate the opportunity to provide your medical care; our patients mean the world to us! We would like to invite you to participate in our Refer-a-Friend Program.Here's how it works:

  • Click here to download and print a copy of the form icon Refer-a-Friend Program (or pick one up at your next visit).
  • Follow the instructions on the form for referring your friend.
  • Have your friend phone our scheduling line at (303) 306-4329 or visit this website to schedule an appointment.
  • After your friend's initial appointment with one of our providers, we will send a $25 King Soopers gift card to each of you!

*Only current IPC/SCOC patients are eligible for participation in this program.

 Questions? Click here!

Featured Physician

Philip Cohen, MD

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"I’m really excited about reaching this stage of my career. Keeping people well and out of the hospital is, for me, the most rewarding and challenging aspect of medicine."

 

Featured Article

Necessary Conversations for Transition Planning

mother and son huggingLife is full of transitional moments that can range from anything as exciting as holding a grandchild for the first time or going on a vacation to celebrate retirement. While these events are often met with warm smiles, other transitions may involve mixed feelings, confusion, or fear. An unexpected hip surgery or the loss of a loved one, however, requires planning just as much as other events that have more positive associations. And when plans need to be made, consider conversation the spark that can ignite action and inspire others to follow through on their plans.

Of course, it’s often easy to have a conversation surrounding an exciting life transition. But when life transitions arise that involve feared or unanticipated events, discussion may become more difficult. If you find yourself grappling for words in these moments, it’s likely that you’re not alone. Your friends and family members probably also find conversation challenging at these times. Instead of shying away from having a necessary talk, take some time to anticipate transitional moments before they occur, plan conversations in advance, and use tools and resources that can help guide you through an essential conversation.   

 

Featured Other Provider

Danielle Anderson, PA-C, ATC

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“My primary task is to make my patients feel comfortable, both physically and emotionally. I want them to know that they are really heard. When we have established a bond of trust, then we can effectively work together on their medical issues.”