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Aspen, CO 81611

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Snowmass Clinic

Injuries and Illnesses Can Happen Anywhere, Anytime

So to better serve the community’s evolving healthcare needs, Aspen Valley Hospital has upgraded and expanded its Snowmass Clinic to a larger facility in Base Village. The clinic provides comprehensive non-emergency services, and allows our medical staff to better serve the people who live, work and vacation in the Roaring Fork Valley.

The 6,300 state-of-the-art clinic features improved access, dedicated patient parking and comfortable private consultation rooms for patients and their providers. Enhanced rehabilitation care for physical therapy patients is also available onsite.

The Snowmass Clinic is a walk-in facility that is owned, operated and billed as an outpatient department of Aspen Valley Hospital. Open seven days a week year-round, the clinic treats minor injuries and illnesses of all kinds. Our physicians are trained in emergency medicine and supported by registered nurses, EMTs, X-ray technologists and physical therapists. Diagnostic capabilities include X-rays and limited laboratory services.

Aspen Valley Hospital is just a few miles from the clinic and provides an extensive array of diagnostic, emergency, inpatient, outpatient and surgical services. In addition, local physicians provide follow-up care. As an outpatient facility of the Hospital, the Snowmass Clinic has the full back-up support from the Hospital’s emergency department, a Level III trauma center.

We accept cash, check, credit card and multiple insurances. As a courtesy, our billing office will file a claim with your insurance company.

Location:

Snowmass Clinic

77 Wood Rd Suite #N200
Snowmass Village, CO 81615

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7 days/week
8:30 am – 4:30 pm

On-mountain access and dedicated patient parking available.

No appointment necessary. Walk-ins welcome. Please call ahead if you have COVID-like symptoms.

For your convenience, virtual visits may be available. Call to inquire.
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Directions

By Car from Highway 82

  • From Highway 82 turn onto Brush Creek Road, proceed 4.7 miles
  • At the second traffic circle, take the third exit onto Wood Road
  • Stay left on Wood Road for 550 feet
  • Look for the dedicated Snowmass Clinic parking garage on the right

By Car from Upper Village

  • From Brush Creek Road turn right on Wood Road
  • Stay left on Wood Road for 550 feet
  • Look for the dedicated Snowmass Clinic parking garage on the right

On Foot From Snowmass Base Village

  • Follow the signs to the Transit Center
  • Take the escalator down to the street level
  • Turn right on Wood Road
  • Look for the clinic on the right

Common Conditions

Expert care is provided for a variety of non-life-threatening ailments, such as:

  • Sports injuries
  • Bone fractures
  • Colds and flu
  • Muscle sprains and strains
  • Altitude sickness
  • Lacerations

and more.

Rehabilitation Services

We offer physical therapy treatment at the Snowmass Clinic, assisting patients of all ages through evaluation, treatment and education to return to their baseline work, school and recreational activities. Our licensed physical therapists address areas such as gross motor development, preventing the loss of mobility, improving muscle strength and endurance, posture and cardiopulmonary endurance.

For patients, short-term parking is available in the parking garage. Click below to visit our Rehabilitative Services page for more information.

Rehabilitative Services

Virtual Visits

To enhance patient safety, our After-Hours clinic is now offering telemedicine visits via the Zoom platform, which connects our doctors with patients via their phones or computers for an online—or virtual—face-to-face visit for minor injuries and illnesses. Telemedicine supplements other systems and protocols that have been in effect at the clinic since the onset of COVID-19 to protect both patients and providers from exposure to the virus.

Call the Clinic to Inquire

Special Advisory Regarding COVID-19

If you have symptoms including cough, fever and shortness of breath, call your primary care physician so you can be evaluated for testing. If you are over 60 and have underlying conditions such as heart disease, lung disease, and diabetes, contact your doctor to discuss your risk.

  • If you do not have a primary care physician, call Aspen Valley Primary Care at (970) 279-4111.
  • Your physician can refer you to Aspen Valley Hospital’s Respiratory Evaluation Center for an in-person visit and further evaluation.
  • If you experience severe respiratory distress and/or need immediate attention, present to Aspen Valley Hospital’s Emergency Department or call 9-1-1 and let them know you are concerned you may have COVID-19.

In order to prevent the spread of illness, it is important to call ahead before going to see a doctor.

The Pitkin County Community Coronavirus Hotline is available for questions and concerns regarding COVID-19. Please call (970) 429-6186.

Expert Physicians and Staff

Snowmass Clinic physicians are trained in emergency and family medicine, and they receive valuable support from registered nurses, EMTs, X-ray technologists and physical therapists. Additional staff are brought on during peak seasons to treat the higher number of injuries related to winter and summer sports activities.