Parkview Connect gives you health care access anytime

Create an account through the app or a computer or tablet. Search "Parkview Connect" in app stores or create an account using the button below. Time-saving features include:

  • Make appointments and receive reminders.
  • Renew and Refill your prescriptions.
  • View lab and test results.
  • And Much More

Sign Up Here

Ladies & Lemons

  • 11 am - 1 pm at the Pueblo Convention Center. Shopping from 10-11 am and 1-3 pm.
  • Luncheon and Speaker Dr. Kristi Funk, an International Keynote Speaker, Women's Health Advocate, and author of Breasts: The Owner's Manual.
  • Register by May 16 for a chance to win a fabulous tote full of goodies!
Register

Parkview Foundation Scholarships

  • Use Google Chrome to apply.
  • Deadline: May 31
  • Interview Dates: July 27 & August 3 (In-person)
Apply

Two Visitor Policy

  • Visiting Hours 8am - 8 pm.
  • Patients are allowed to have TWO VISITORS within a 24-hour period. This includes visiting a patient, coming in for a procedure if they need assistance and visits to the emergency room.
  • Visits are limited to TWO VISITORS (10 years+) per day, per patient.
  • Visitation is now allowed to COVID-19 patients and patients under investigation for COVID-19.
Read More About the Policy

Defining Moments

  • A sideways glance, a smirk, a little laugh, an occasional wink.

    It’s something that most couples do.

    Same with Angelica and Joshua. They finish each other’s sentences, and despite the medical grade surgical masks, they glance at each other with smiling eyes. You can tell that this couple loves each other and their family. What really stands out is their passion for healthcare and their journey to Parkview.

  • The call of the open road was more than enough inspiration for Lisa Delacruz, but the prospects of a healthier lifestyle, free from aches and pains and troublesome health issues was her motivation for bariatric surgery at Parkview.
  • For some high school students, a career path may not be obvious as senior year approaches, but Andrea Wade knew health care was in her future, and a new pilot program introduced in Pueblo School District 70 provided the right direction forward.
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