Help Make Protective Masks for the Envision Family of Facilities

Masks Made With Love

Protective face masks are in dire shortage nationwide. In order to protect the very limited supply of masks for those fighting the COVID-19 situation, Envision Radiology have decided to make our own masks for our patients. We’ve decided to make them with love and compassion, and we need YOUR help.

For additional information or drop off/pick up details, please email masksmadewithlove@envrad.com.

Masks Made With Love

What We’re Doing

Envision Radiology and our family of facilities including Envision Imaging, Health Images, and Colorado Springs Imaging, are all working together to create our own, hand-made face masks. By creating masks for our own patients, we are not only putting our patients first to help protect them, but we are helping our fellow healthcare professionals to keep and retain critical, existing supplies, to help treat Coronavirus (COVID-19) patients.

Why We’re Doing It

As the United States encounter the worst pandemic in recent years, we need to do everything we can to protect patients at all of our diagnostic imaging facilities.

By making masks with love we feel we’re not only putting our patients first, but also helping the bigger picture of supporting our national dilemma of mask shortage.

How You Can Help

We need your help! We cannot do this without YOU. We are humbly asking our entire Envision community of staff, patients, relatives, and friends, to unite together to help make masks which we can share in our centers and provide to patients.

Every stitch is made with love

How Do I Make A Mask?

It’s pretty straight forward!

  1. Watch the video we’ve highlighted below
  2. Read/download the full instructions and mask pattern
  3. Make as many masks as you are able to!
There is no minimum and no limit to how many masks you would like to make. We appreciate every single mask you can make for our patients!

 

How to Make an Easy-to-make Face Mask

 

Read Full Instructions and Download Pattern

Super special thanks to Heidi Isaac from The Button, The Needle, and the Wardrobe from Colorado Springs for the amazing video and instructions! Thank you, Heidi!

 

Where Do I Send the Masks?

Once you’ve made your masks, you can drop them off in person, mail them, or call someone to pick them up. Begin by choosing a state below to see all locations and drop-off options in that area:

Colorado

Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • Drop off location (box in foyer): 6005 Delmonico Dr Colorado Springs, CO 80919
  • Drop-off times: 9am – 11am daily
  • Mailing address: 6005 Delmonico Dr Colorado Springs, CO 80919
  • Pick-ups can be arranged, please call: 720-788-1038

See map below for Colorado Springs, Colorado drop-off location:


 

Diamond Hill, Denver, Colorado
  • Drop off location (box in front): 2490 W 26th Ave Suite 55A, CO 80211
  • Drop-off times: 9am – 11am daily
  • Mailing address: 2490 W 26th Ave Suite 55A, CO 80211
  • Pick-ups can be arranged, please call: 720-788-1038

See map below for Diamond Hill, Denver, Colorado drop-off location:


 

South Denver, Parker, Colorado
  • Drop off location (box in front): 9949 S. Oswego St. Suite 150, Parker, CO 80134
  • Drop-off times: 9am – 11am daily
  • Mailing address: 9949 S. Oswego St. Suite 150, Parker, CO 80134
  • Pick-ups can be arranged, please call: 720-788-1038

See map below for South Denver, Denver, Colorado drop-off location:


 

North Denver, Denver, Colorado
  • Drop off location (box in front): 9005 Grant St # 400 Thornton, CO 80229
  • Drop-off times: 9am – 11am daily
  • Mailing address: 9005 Grant St # 400 Thornton, CO 80229
  • Pick-ups can be arranged, please call: 720-788-1038

See map below for North Denver, Thornton, Colorado drop-off location:


 

West Littleton, Colorado
  • Drop off location (box in front): 9670 W Coal Mine Ave Suite 150 Littleton, CO 80123
  • Drop-off times: 9am – 11am daily
  • Mailing address: 9670 W Coal Mine Ave Suite 150 Littleton, CO 80123
  • Pick-ups can be arranged, please call: 720-788-1038

See map below for West Littleton, Denver, Colorado drop-off location:


Texas

Fort Worth, Texas
  • Drop off location (box in front): 815 Pennsylvania Ave., Fort Worth, Tx  76104
  • Drop-off times: 9am – 11am daily
  • Mailing address: 815 Pennsylvania Ave., Fort Worth, Tx  76104
  • Pick-ups can be arranged please call: 719-459-5716

See map below for Fort Worth, Texas drop-off location:


 

Irving, Texas
  • Drop off location (box in front): 925 W. Royal Lane, Suite 100, Irving, TX  75039
  • Drop-off times: 9am – 11am daily
  • Mailing address: 925 W. Royal Lane, Suite 100, Irving, TX  75039
  • Pick-ups can be arranged please call: 719-459-5716

See map below for Irving, Texas drop-off location:


Louisiana

Lafayette, Louisiana
  • Drop off location (box in front): 856 Kaliste Saloom Rd, Lafayette, LA 70508
  • Drop-off times: 9am – 11am daily
  • Mailing address: 856 Kaliste Saloom Rd, Lafayette, LA 70508
  • Pick-ups can be arranged please call: 337-593-9500

See map below for Lafayette, Louisiana drop-off location:


Oklahoma

Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • Drop off location (box in front): 7714 E 91st St, Tulsa, OK 74133
  • Drop-off times: 9am – 11am daily
  • Mailing address: 7714 E 91st St, Tulsa, OK 74133
  • Pick-ups can be arranged please call: 918-523-7714

See map below for Tulsa, Oklahoma drop-off location:


 

Tulsa, Oklahoma (Yale)
  • Drop off location (box in front): 6757 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, OK 74136
  • Drop-off times: 9am – 11am daily
  • Mailing address: 6757 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, OK 74136
  • Pick-ups can be arranged please call: 918-523-7714

See map below for Tulsa, Oklahoma (Yale) drop-off location:


 

Frequently Asked Questions

Will donated masks be sanitized before use?

Yes! All masks will be professionally cleaned before each use.

Do you have a contact address if I need more information?

Thank you so much for helping us to provide masks! You are not only helping patients and staff at Envision Radiology, but you are helping the entire country create and sustain medical masks throughout the current pandemic we are experiencing. We sincerely appreciate your kindness, compassion, and love!

Disclaimer

These masks are not as effective as N95 respirators or surgical masks at preventing the spread of infection via respiratory droplet transmission. In accordance with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), homemade masks for the care of patients with COVID-19 will be used as a last resort.