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Sheridan Health Services

The Sheridan staff strives to keep its parents & students, patients & partners, and the community at large up to date on the latest news about the Sheridan Health Services happenings. Click the links below to read more.

Check back often to get the most up-to-date clinic news. Follow Sheridan Health Services on Facebook as well for faster, easier updates.

Sheridan kicks off the new year with more funding

January 2015

Sheridan was awarded $21,000 for clinical quality improvement from the HRSA

Sheridan receives $499,000 for behavioral health

November 2014

Two-year grant planned to aid in expansion of behavioral health. Read more here.

Sheridan Health Services participates in Binational Health Week

October 2014

From October 4-18, Sheridan Health Services participated in the inaugural Binational Health Week hosted by Servicios de La Raza. The event, held at the Mexican Consulate, drew in over 150 visitors a day. Read more about the story here.

Sheridan Staff Receive Awards

June 2014

Sheridan Health Services staff members recognized for their efforts.

Sheridan Health Services awarded FQHC status

 July 2012

​The University of Colorado College of Nursing has been awarded a $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to support the college’s faculty practice at Sheridan Health Services (SHS), Inc. SHS is a College of Nursing's nurse-managed, 501c3 subsidiary providing health care to the underserved of Sheridan, Colo. and surrounding communities.  With this funding, the clinic has been granted Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) New Access Point status by HHS.

Partnerships create patient-care synergy in Sheridan

April 2012

Sheridan Health Services, which operates two clinics in the low-income Denver suburb of Sheridan, offers a holistic, integrated model of health care (or in the vernacular of the field, a Patient Centered Medical Home) most American health care consumers would have to piece together independently or with the help of their family doctor.

February 2012

CU dental and nursing school mobile vans work to fill the gap in metro area’s children’s health. Published in the Aurora Sentinel by Adam Goldstein.

Dentists set up clinics on wheels with new four-year grant

January 2012

Low-cost dental care is now available, thanks to a collaboration between the University of Colorado College of Nursing and University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine. Published through

Health clinic for low-income Sheridan residents adds dental services

January 2012

CU SmileMaker van provides more access to care. Published through the CU Newsroom.