Bella launches telemedicine and drive-thru clinic for potential COVID-19 patients

Denver Catholic Staff

Bella Health & Wellness, formerly Bella Natural Women’s Care & Family Wellness, has launched telemedicine appointments and a drive-thru clinic for patients who are experiencing cough, congestion, sore throat, fever, aches, influenza, or COVID-19 like symptoms.

Patients should plan for a telemedicine visit prior to a drive-thru appointment, not only to minimize unnecessary exposure, but also to assess the safest, most effective course of patient care. Both visits can take place on the same day.

Patients will receive a comprehensive evaluation and treatment plan, including influenza and strep testing if indicated.

COVID-19 testing is in scarce supply throughout Colorado.  Bella receives an average of two COVID-19 test kits daily. To increase their ability to provide testing, they are working closely with a private laboratory and may be able to offer more testing in the weeks to come. But at this time, testing is not broadly available.

Bella will be billing contracted insurance carriers for telemedicine and drive-thru appointments. Self-pay is also available for a fee of $100 (which will cover both the telemedicine visit and the drive-thru appointment if required). Additional laboratory testing will incur added fees.

Patients should email to request an appointment.

Questions from the media or the community can be directed to Katie Smith at

Bella exists to make people whole.

Bella Health & Wellness
180 E. Hampden Ave.
Suite 100
Englewood, CO 80113

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