Now accepting new patients
Get high-quality care for your immediate or after-hours needs – with no appointment necessary.
Expansive X-ray and laboratory spaces
Dedicated exam rooms
Expansive X-ray and laboratory spaces
Our Windsor providers are dedicated to delivering exceptional care to our community
Dedicated procedure rooms
Full spectrum family care
Get answers to top questions around our new Windsor facility
Why did AFM build a new facility in Windsor?
AFM has been caring for patients in Windsor for over a decade. It is our community, and we want to serve it the best we can, especially in light of new developments and growth. By building a larger, state-of-the-art facility in the heart of town, we have expanded our urgent care and primary care services – helping us provide the highest level of accessible, compassionate, effective healthcare to our Windsor patients, neighbors, family members, and friends.
Did AFM open a second location in Windsor with this new facility? Is the original office still operational?
No, AFM did not open a second location in Windsor. We constructed a larger, state-of-the-art facility to be able to expand our primary and urgent care services within the community. Our staff and providers from the existing Windsor office, along with a number of new additions to the AFM team, have moved to the new building and are serving patients
Where is the new facility located? How far is it from the previous Windsor Office?
The new building will be located on the southeast corner of Main Street and 17th Street, just a half mile west of our current Windsor Office.
What features/services does the new location offer that the old Windsor Office did not?
The new facility provides expanded urgent care services for non-emergent, immediate healthcare needs. Also, with over five times the square feet of our existing location, it delivers more expansive primary care services and accommodates more patients. Lastly, we are excited to offer onsite X-ray services at our new facility.
When will I be able to be seen at the new location?
Do I have to call to make an appointment, or can I walk in?
Our new Windsor facility includes a dedicated Urgent Care clinic for immediate, acute care of non-emergent injuries, illnesses, and conditions. Urgent Care patients are seen on a walk-in basis. However, an appointment is required for all primary care visits.
What can I expect as a new primary care patient?
New patients at our new Windsor facility are greeted by our reception staff and provided with the appropriate registration and medical history forms to complete. We ask you to arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment to complete your paperwork. You will need to bring a current list of your medications, your insurance card or a copy of your card, a method of payment if your insurance requires a co-pay or deductible, and a list of questions for your provider to ensure you get the answers you need.
Do I need to be an AFM primary care patient to visit the Urgent Care?
Do you still have all of my medical records and insurance information on file if I’m an existing Windsor patient?
Yes. All of our AFM offices use the leading electronic medical records (EMR) solution in the Northern Colorado region: Epic. Using this system allows us to easily, electronically, and securely access patient medical records and ensure absolute continuity of care – no matter the location. In addition to utilizing Epic, our new Windsor facility offers My Health Connection as a convenient option for our patients. Through a My Health Connection account, you can securely view your medical records and other health information from your computer or mobile device. Learn more about My Health Connection here.
What types of physicians and providers does the new facility have?
At our new Windsor facility, patients can choose to see a MD, PA, or nurse practitioner for their primary care needs. All of our providers are board certified.
If I was a patient at the previous Windsor Office, is my same primary care doctor now working out of the new building?
Yes. All of our current Windsor providers are now working out of the new facility.
Do you see infants and children at the new location?
Yes. Our new facility offers the full range of pediatric services to keep your little ones healthy.
Do you provide complete maternity care at the new location?
Yes. Our obstetrics services include complete prenatal, labor and delivery (offsite), and postnatal care.
If my regular doctor is unavailable, can I see someone else?
Where will the new facility be located? How far is it from the current Windsor Office?
Are any of your doctors accepting new patients?
Yes. We have a number of providers who are accepting new patients. View our Windsor primary care providers, and call (970) 686-0124 to schedule your appointment.
Can I get lab tests or X-rays done at the new facility?
Yes! We are excited to offer onsite radiology services at our new facility to build on our high-quality care for patients. Our new location also provides onsite laboratory and point-of-care testing – making it a convenient, “one-stop” location for your various healthcare needs.
Can I get my prescriptions at the new facility?
For added convenience and a higher level of care, our new location in Windsor offers onsite pharmacy services – giving our patients immediate access to reasonably priced prescriptions for several generic one-time medications.
What insurance plans are accepted at the new location?
Our new Windsor location accepts the same insurance plans as each of our other locations across Northern Colorado. We recommend that you contact your insurance provider to confirm whether AFM and our providers are in network for your plan, as well as to clarify any out-of-pocket costs for specific care services. AFM accepts most major insurance and managed care plans offered locally, including:
- Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield (all plans)
- Colorado Child Health Plan
- Great West
- Rocky Mountain Health Plans
- First Choice of the Midwest
- Poudre School District (UMA)
- Tricare, Participating Non-network Provider
- United Healthcare
For more information about AFM billing and insurance, click here.
Can you refer me to a specialist or other provider if needed?
Absolutely! By integrating our urgent and primary care services and using the leading electronic medical records (EMR) system in our region, we can easily access your patient records and connect you with specific health specialists or services that meet your ongoing needs.
When should I visit the Urgent Care at your new facility rather than make an appointment with a provider?
Visit our new Urgent Care clinic if you are dealing with a non-life-threatening condition and your primary care provider is not immediately available. These types of conditions include:
- Common colds and coughs
- Small cuts, bruises, or burns
- Fevers and flu
- Ear infections
- Sinus infections
- Sore throats
- Minor drug reactions
- Urinary tract infections
- Mild diarrhea or vomiting
- Minor broken bones
- Sores and blisters
- Mild abdominal pain
- Muscle, joint, and back pain