We are a medical provider serving Denver and Aurora in the state of Colorado.
Dr. Asha Kamat MD is the President and Chief Medical Officer of our organization. She graduated from medical school in 2000. She is board certified in Internal Medicine. Dr. Kamat practiced medicine in Colorado elsewhere before starting her own practice, here in Aurora.
We are pretty close to Aurora City Center. Our address is on top of page. You can click here to get driving directions.
We are in network provider for following insurances.
- BlueCross and BlueShield Plans of various states
- Colorado Access
And many more!
We also accept Self Pay. Depending on income you may be eligible for discounts under sliding fee scale.
Our narcotic prescription policy is strict. Dr. Kamat believes in diagnosing and fixing issues rather than treat symptoms. We do not offer pain management for issues that have never been diagnosed or incorrectly diagnosed.
Once registered with us you can get appointments within two business days when you need one. You can book appointments online from the link here. If you need urgent appointments please talk to our office at 720.432.8881
You can access our forms from here.
There are two reasons. Availability and Ability
We promise to see you within two days when you need us. So you can reduce the ER visits. Get treated the right way. Our appointments are booked online and we always make slots available for booking within next 48 hours. Our appointment booking page is here
If you see that appointments are not available online, just call and ask for help. We also provides labs and lab draws in house. You do not have to waste one more day going to lab and waiting in line.
We have shorter wait times because of a strict "no show" policy and no double booking to account for no shows.
Our doctor is board certified in Internal Medicine. She believes in getting a good clinical diagnosis and hence built a support system that helps to provide superior care.
Our overheads on non clinical aspects are kept low because we focus on things that matter. We work extremely hard to keep the primary care alive despite low reimbursements.
We have admitting privileges at many local hospitals and can provide care-coordination.