Welcome to SET Family Medical Clinics
Phoenix Tower Bldg. - 2864 South Circle Drive, Suite 450 Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Educating yourself and being proactive leads to a much healthier you!
Patients may also access the online library on our Health Literacy Computers in our Family Clinic waiting room.
SET TestimonialsJacqueline Esquibel
"She said she had nowhere to go but has received "excellent treatment at SET". Ms. Esquibel has utilized many of the available services that SET has to offer that include, insurance eligibility, specialty referral services, and community resources... "
James Burns, Perspective Medical Student
"The team-like atmosphere at SET is another quality that helps bring all the volunteers and staff together to provide the best care possible to individuals in need. My career goal is to become a physician, and I strive to become one that embodies all the qualities that SET Family Medical Clinics exhibit. ”
ATTENTION: Starting January 1, 2014, most people will be required to have health insurance coverage or pay a penalty if they do not. The requirement applies to individuals of all ages, including children. Coverage may include employer-provided insurance, coverage an individual purchases, Medicaid, Children’s Health Plan Plus (CHP+), Medicare or TRICARE. For more information CLICK HERE.
VISIT FEE: Also beginning January 1, 2014 our Family Clinic visit fee will increase to $15.00. SET is also accepting Medicaid patients. please click here for more details
“My husband just got laid off and my job doesn't offer health insurance. What will our family do?"...SET FAMILY MEDICAL CLINICS WAS THERE FOR THEM
This is an example of the decisions and tough situations SET's patients face on a regular basis. We all know in this tough economy, in a moments notice, this could be one of us or someone we know. SET is here to provide immediate basic medical services to those who are faced with unfortunate circumstances. SET keeps people who have basic medical needs out of the ER, which in turn saves not only the patient money, but the entire community over 4 million dollars each year.