EmergiCare was founded 31 years ago by an emergency medical and occupational medicine specialist. We offer four clinics located in the Colorado Springs and Pueblo areas, providing full injury and clinic services from pre-employment physicals to complex case management. Thousands of companies in Southern Colorado use us to take care of their injured workers. The majority of our patients are motivated working people or sports injured individuals. We have an in-house pharmacy, physical therapy and rehabilitation, x-ray, ACLS, lab and trauma care capabilities. We maintain follow-up with our patients, and act as the case manager for their work injuries. Our consultants are “hand” selected by their credentials, reputation, outcomes and ability to communicate well with our patients and physicians. You will receive feedback from every consultant visit. The patient mix is approximately 50:50 injured workers to injured “private pay” patients. We do no Medicare or Medicaid billing. Our physicians are passionate about our practice.
Pueblo Clinic Hours:
Monday: 8am - 6pm
Tuesday: 8am - 6pm
Wednesday: 8am - 6pm
Thursday: 8am - 6pm
Friday: 8am - 6pm
Saturday: 8am - 2pm
Pueblo is a multicultural community in Southeastern Colorado at the confluence of the Arkansas River and Fountain Creek. Downtown's 1.5-mile Historic Arkansas Riverwalk Project serves as a centerpiece for the city's three-district Creative Corridor of galleries, cultural destinations, and events. One such festival, the hugely popular Loaf ‘N Jug Chile & Frijoles Festival, celebrates Pueblo's famous green chiles.
Pueblo, CO offers a bevy of can’t-miss things to do, from attending special events, to getting involved in the arts, and learning about local history; to dining at independent restaurants and staying active at area parks.
Immediately east of Pueblo, the Saint Charles Mesa boasts some of the finest agricultural land in Colorado, and as such, Pueblo now boasts three farmers markets. At an economic renaissance, Pueblo is home to thriving small businesses. One business in particular, Solar Roast Coffee, has gained Pueblo international attention. With this re-birth of Pueblo’s economy, a flourishing creative arts community has developed in the communities and galleries now grace old grocery stores and mill worker cottages. Unlike Santa Fe and Denver, Pueblo has become an affordable place to live. Pueblo offers tremendous opportunity to recreate and residents enjoy the feel of a small town and the amenities of a large city. Tapping into our community’s can-do attitude, Pueblo has re-invented itself, and is a mecca of industry and arts, serving as the commercial center of Southern Colorado and a gateway to the Southwest.