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CU Sports Medicine

Denver (720) 848-8200 | Boulder (303) 441-2219​

 

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CU Sports Medicine works collaboratively to treat, operatively and non-operatively, all sports medicine conditions no matter how complex or otherwise, that results in the best outcome for the patient.

Learn more about our locations and prepare for your appointment.


Patient Forms Preparing for Your Appt Preparing for Surgery

We want your visit with us to be as simple as possible. To save time the day of your appointment, review the forms below to see what you'll need—then print them out and bring them along. Just note that different forms are required for different locations and procedures.

If you're visiting our clinic in Boulder...


If you're visiting our clinic in Denver...

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 Patient Forms

We want your visit with us to be as simple as possible. To save time the day of your appointment, review the forms below to see what you'll need—then print them out and bring them along. Just note that different forms are required for different locations and procedures.

If you're visiting our clinic in Boulder...


If you're visiting our clinic in Denver...

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 Preparing for Your Appointment

Patients should bring:

  • Your most recent health insurance card and driver’s license.
  • Athletic shorts for hip or knee evaluation.
  • Women should bring a tank top for shoulder evaluation.
  • Imaging of the joing being evaluated. We strongly recommend burning the images to a CD and bringing it into the office. Dr. Mei-Dan’s patients should try to drop off imaging a week in advance. Note that repeat imaging may still be needed.
  • If you’re had previous surgery or treatment on the joint in question, bring outside records where possible, including operative reports, operative photos, rehabilitation protocol for recent surgeries. Records can be faxed ahead of time or brought in the day of the appointment, but allow the staff time to load the imaging and review the notes.

New patients should bring a patient intake form or a list of current medications, allergies, medical conditions, previous surgeries, and family medical history of first degree relatives. They should also bring a HIPAA notice and a radiology waiver if visiting the Boulder clinic. If you don't bring the form, arrive 15 minutes before your appointment.

Returning patients should bring the returning patient intake form and should arrive 15 minutes prior to the appointment time (30 minutes for Dr. Mei-Dan’s patients). Allow for one hour of time in the clinic for additional paperwork, imaging review, and arrangement for further treatment (Dr. Mei-Dan’s patients will need two hours).

There is a 24-hour cancellation policy.

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 IF YOU ARE A NEW PATIENT

  • Complete the PATIENT INTAKE SHEET
  • If form cannot be filled out online, make sure to bring a list of current medications, allergies, medical conditions, previous surgeries, family medical history of first degree relatives.
  • RADIOLOGY WAIVER FORM (pertinent to Boulder- they get a bill from BCH for any imaging).
  • HIPAA CONSENT FORM​
  • INSURANCE INFORMATION FORM
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 IF YOU ARE A RETURNING PATIENT AND HAVE A NEW INJURY

  • Complete the PATIENT INTAKE SHEET​
  • Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment time (30 min if you are seeing Dr. Mei Dan)
  • Anticipate 1 hour spent in clinic for most appointments. This includes time for any additional paperwork, imaging, allow time for provider to review imaging, arrangements for further treatments (2 hours if you are seeing Dr. Mei Dan, appt itself is one hour).
  • At times, medical emergencies and urgencies will occur. These cases may require additional time and cause delays in a providers schedule.  Our clinic staff works diligently to keep appointments on time and our reception staff will contact you prior to appointment for any known delays.  We are dedicated to providing the best care for all of our patients and appreciate your understanding of delays in these circumstances.
  • We hold a 24 hour cancellation policy.
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 Preparing for Surgery

Before your surgery:

On the day of your surgery:

  • Do not eat or drink anything after midnight the night before your surgery.
  • Arrive at the surgery center/hospital 1.5 hours before your scheduled surgery, or as directed by surgery schedulers over the phone (you will receive a call the week of surgery).
  • You will sign a consent for surgery and have a chance to ask any questions.
  • The operation site will be marked by a member of the surgical team (please do not mark yourself before coming to surgery).
  • You will most likely receive prescriptions for pain and anti-inflammatory medications.
  • An intravenous catheter (IV) will be started in your arm.
  • You will receive antibiotic medication through the IV to prevent infection.
  • You will speak with an anesthesiologist regarding going to sleep during surgery.
  • Surgery time vary but will be discussed prior the surgery.
  • Following surgery you will wake up in the recovery room where you will stay until your pain is controlled and you are alert enough to return home (usually 1-2 hours).
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     Day of Surgery

    • Do not eat or drink anything after midnight the night before your surgery.
    • Arrive at the surgery center/hospital 1.5 hours before your scheduled surgery, or as directed by surgery schedulers over the phone (you will receive a call the week of surgery).
    • You will sign a consent for surgery and have a chance to ask any questions.
    • The operation site will be marked by a member of the surgical team, please do not mark yourself before coming to surgery as this may cause confusion.
    • You will most likely receive prescriptions for pain and anti-inflammatory medications.
    • An intravenous catheter (IV) will be started in your arm.
    • You will receive antibiotic medication through the IV to prevent infection.
    • You will speak with an anesthesiologist regarding going to sleep during surgery
    • Surgery time vary but will be discussed prior the surgery
    • Following surgery you will wake up in the recovery room where you will stay until your pain is controlled and you are alert enough to return home (usually 1-2 hours).
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     CU Sports Medicine - Boulder

     
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    P: (303) 441-2219
    F: (303) 441-2230
    311 Mapleton Avenue
    Boulder, CO 80304

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     CU Sports Medicine - Denver


     
    P: (720) 848-8200
     
    F: (720) 848-8201​​
     
    2000 S. Colorado Blvd.
    Tower​ One, Suite 4500
    Denver, CO 80222
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     Children's Hospital Colorado



    P: (720)​
    F: (720)
    13123 E. 16th Avenue
    Aurora, CO 80045

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     Lone Tree Health Center - University of Colorado Hospital


     
    P: (720) 848-2200
    F: (720) 848-
     
     
     
     
     
    9548 Park Meadows Drive
    Lone Tree, CO 80124

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     University of Colorado Hospital



    P: (720)​ 848-1900
    F: (720)
    1635 Aurora Court
    Aurora, CO 80045

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     Human Performance Lab

     
    P: (303) 724-9355
     
     
     
     
    12348 E. Montview Blvd.
    Aurora, CO 80045

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