Anschutz Inpatient Pavilion

1260 E. 16th Ave.
Aurora, 80045
720-848-0000
www.uch.edu

The University of Colorado facility is part of the 20- year, $4.3 billion redevelopment of the former Fitzsimons Army Medical Center, located in Aurora. The hospital is touted as a “Hospital of the Future” by USA Today for its state-of-the-art approach to care and commitment to the highest levels of patient satisfaction. Upon completion of future phases, the Anschutz Inpatient Pavilion will have 99 beds, including 72 medical/surgical beds, five labor/delivery/recovery rooms, 10 postpartum beds and four suites that offer additional amenities.

Anschutz Outpatient Pavilion

1635 N. Aurora Court
Aurora, 80045
720-848-0000
www.uch.edu

The Fitzsimons campus is constructed for extensive medical research and application, and the University of Colorado’s Health Sciences Center relocated to the campus recently. The Anschutz Outpatient Pavilion offers a full range of services for specialty outpatient care and outpatient ambulatory surgery. In addition, this pavilion will include the metro Denver area’s only Positron Emission Tomography (PET) imaging system and cyclotron, used to diagnose diseases and detect early-stage cancer. The cyclotron produces radiopharmaceuticals used by the PET.

Avista Adventist Hospital

100 Health Park Drive
Louisville, 80027
303-673-1000
www.avistahosp.org

Avista Adventist offers cutting-edge medical technology and two locations for physical, occupational and speech therapy. The hospital is the leader for birthing services in Broomfield and Boulder counties at the New Life Center with a Level II Nursery. It also offers many other services, including a Level III trauma center and emergency department, a new intensive care unit and an interventional cardiac catheterization suite.

Boulder Community Hospital (BCH)

1100 Balsam Ave.
Boulder, 80301
303-440-2273
www.bch.org

A full-service nonprofit hospital, BCH is home to the region’s only cyberknife center—an advanced, non-surgical method of treating cancers, tumors and other difficult medical conditions. The hospital has excellent cardiology services and is developing advanced technology related to neurological services for its patients. BCH also operates a sports medicine center, radiation center and other health care facilities throughout the region.

Centennial Medical Plaza (a campus of The Medical Center of Aurora)

14200 E. Arapahoe Road
Centennial, 80112
303-699-3000
www.auroramed.com

CMP offers a variety of health care services for the entire family. Focusing on personalized care provided by experienced professionals, CMP consistently has high patient, physician and employee satisfaction in the metro area and is recognized as a national leader. CMP treats injuries and illnesses with many of the support services of a hospital setting, including a full-service emergency department, a chest pain center (with Chest Pain Accreditation), and a surgery center. Other specialties include digital mammography, imaging services, pharmacy, pain management, sleep disorders, sports medicine and women’s heart health services.

The Children’s Hospital (TCH)

13123 E. 16th Ave.
Aurora, 80045
720-777-1234
The Children’s Hospital Aurora
12635 E. Montview Blvd.
Aurora, 80010
720-859-4100
www.thechildrenshospital.org

The hospital is dedicated to improving the health of children through the provision of high-quality, coordinated programs of patient care, education, research and advocacy. With 1,130 pediatric specialists and more than 2,300 full-time employees, Children’s is home to a number of nationally and internationally recognized medical programs. The hospital is at the forefront of research into childhood disease and receives more than $30 million each year from the National Institutes of Health and other government agencies. From medical breakthroughs to late-night fevers, Children’s provides complete pediatric care at its main campus and through a network that includes five community-based, after-hour care sites, eight specialty-care centers, and more than 400 outreach clinics held in three states each year.

Denver Health Medical Center (DHMC)

777 Bannock St.
Denver, 80204
303-436-6000
www.denverhealth.org

Colorado’s largest public hospital operates nine family health centers as well as the Rocky Mountain Regional Trauma Center. DHMC is particularly proud of its Wellington E. Webb Center for Primary Care, a 75,000-square-foot complex that includes adult and pediatric care, a dental clinic, outpatient pharmacy, radiology services, and the Denver Health Medical Plan Clinic. The complex stands as the first in the nation located adjacent to an acute care medical facility. It is equipped with the newest state-of-the-art equipment and advanced technology, and also has large patient rooms, nurse visit rooms, classrooms and group visit areas, allowing care providers to assist patients using the newest innovations and protocols in medicine to improve patient outcomes.

Good Samaritan Medical Center

200 Exempla Circle
Lafayette, 80026
303-689-4000
www.exempla.org/care/facilities/EGSMC

This facility houses more than 340 beds. Services include labor and delivery, cardiovascular care, Level II neonatal intensive care, adult intensive care, emergency and urgent care, interventional and diagnostic radiology, orthopedics and pediatrics. The center incorporates mountain and garden views, walking trails and natural landscaping to capture the essence of Colorado. The campus also includes a central garden, soothing water features and colorful flowers—all designed to reflect its focus on healing.

Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center

1719 E. 19th Ave.
Denver, 80218
303-839-6000
www.RockyMountainHospitalforChildren.com

Nearly 20 years ago, a number of pediatric physicians moved their practices to P/SL and established a regionally renowned center caring for high-risk births, neonates, infants, children and teens. These specialists became the impetus for establishing a state-of-the-art pediatric medical center.

This facility opened in the fall of 2010 and encompasses a 160,000-square-foot pediatric care center with a new pediatric cancer center and heart center, a pediatric intensive care unit, operating rooms, emergency department and diagnostic imaging area. A 100,000-square-foot pediatric-focused office building accompanies the addition.  Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children is a system of pediatric care throughout the entire HealthONE family of hospitals.

Kaiser Permanente

Total health care coverage provider
303-338-3800
www.kp.org

Whether you want Kaiser Permanente group coverage or individual coverage, you will enjoy top-rated health care that can include: preventive care services, such as routine physicals, well-woman care, well-child care, immunizations and diagnostic screenings; a wide variety of health education classes, most at no charge or for just a small fee; personalized online resources to help you lose weight, reduce stress, or quit smoking; discounts on acupuncture, chiropractic and massage therapy services just to name a few.  Kaiser Permanente employer-sponsored plans include HMO, PPO and POS plan options to help satisfy everyone, including those who need more choice and affordable care.

Littleton Adventist Hospital

7700 S. Broadway
Littleton, 80122
303-730-8900
www.mylittletonhospital.org

Littleton Adventist is a full-service, acute-care hospital known for its women’s and newborn care services, and comprehensive emergency care. As a Level II trauma center in south metro Denver, Littleton Hospital has assembled a team of specially-trained physicians and staff to handle even the most severe trauma cases. Littleton Hospital provides a full spectrum of women’s and newborn services including a Level III neonatal intensive care unit. Littleton Adventist Hospital is a place where patient-centered care and compassion meet medicine and technology.

Lutheran Medical Center

8300 W. 38th Ave.
Wheat Ridge, 80033
303-425-4500
www.exempla.org/care/facilities/ELMC

Exempla’s main facility offers a full range of medical services for the metro Denver area including emergency care, cardiovascular services and physical medicine and rehabilitation. The hospital recently built a new birthing unit and expanded its radiation/ oncology unit as well as its heart center. It has recently been recognized by Solucient, a health care consulting company, for its outstanding orthopedic care.

Lutheran Medical Southwest

303-425-2929
www.exempla.org/care/facilities

This Exempla Lutheran Medical Center Southwest, a 125,000-square-foot medical facility, was designed to provide medical services in a welcoming, relaxed environment for local residents.

The Medical Center of Aurora Main Campus

1501 S. Potomac St.
Aurora, 80012
303-695-2600
www.auroramed.com

The Medical Center of Aurora, the first community hospital in the Denver metro area to receive Magnet Recognition for nursing excellence, is an acute care hospital with specialization in cardiovascular services, neurosciences, oncology, surgery and women’s services. The Medical Center of Aurora also has Primary Stroke Certification, Chest Pain Accreditation, Level II trauma designation and a new state-of-the-art Heart Care Tower. In 2008, it opened an 84-bed, all-private-room, state-of-the-art Heart Care Tower. The facility offers progressive therapies like Aquapheresis, a safe and effective treatment that improves Congestive Heart Failure patients’ quality of life. In 2008, both the South Campus and Centennial Medical Plaza became accredited chest pain centers by the Society of Chest Pain Centers.

Medical Center North Campus

700 Potomac St.
Aurora, 80011
303-695-2600

As part of The Medical Center of Aurora, the north campus provides a variety of outpatient services and specialized inpatient care. It offers a variety of medical services including imaging services, outpatient surgery, private rooms for hospital patients, medical stabilization, long-term care, a senior health center and The Women’s Health Pavilion. In April 2011, HealthONE debuted Access HealthONE at the North Campus, a centralized call center providing a one-step process for emergency responders and physicians to admit or transfer a patient and consult with other clinicians.

North Suburban Medical Center

9191 Grant St.
Thornton, 80229
303-451-7800
www.northsuburban.com

For the past 25 years, North Suburban Medical Center has been recognized for its commitment to accommodate families’ needs for high-quality, specialty care … close to home. The doctors, nurses and health care providers of this 157-bed facility deliver superior primary and acute-care services to north Denver’s neighborhoods and communities—caring for patients when they are most at risk.

Located in Thornton, just one block east of I-25, North Suburban offers a wide range of women’s services, critical care, emergency medical services and surgical services. North Suburban has also been recognized for cardiovascular medicine including a full range of diagnostic procedures, treatments and recovery assistance for patients with heart and vascular diseases. The campus has two adjoining medical office buildings, a Musculoskeletal Surgery Center, Diagnostic Sleep Disorders Center and Center for Weight Loss Surgery.

Parker Adventist Hospital

9395 Crown Crest Blvd.
Parker, 80138
303-269-4000
www.parkerhospital.org

Parker Adventist Hospital is an acute care facility featuring a full range of services including cardiac, emergency and trauma care, surgical, imaging, labor and delivery, and through a unique partnership with the Children’s Hospital, specialized pediatric inpatient, outpatient and emergency care. Located at Parker Road and E-470 in Crown Point, Parker Adventist serves the health care needs of southeast Aurora, Centennial, Parker, Elizabeth, Castle Rock and other adjacent communities in Arapahoe and Douglas counties.

Platte Valley Medical Center

1600 Prairie Center Pkwy.
Brighton, 80601
303-498-1600
www.pvmc.org

This acute care hospital provides inpatient and outpatient services, community outreach programs and specialty care for communities in northern Adams and southern Weld counties. Clinical services include emergency care, a family birthing unit, intensive care, nutritional services, oncology, pharmaceutical services, radiology and physical medicine.

Porter Adventist Hospital

2525 S. Downing St.
Denver, 80210
303-778-1955
www.porterhospital.org

Porter is a general nonprofit hospital specializing in cardiovascular care and specialty surgery including urology, orthopedics, spine, hand, eye and transplant. A $110 million expansion was completed in 2007. The project is part of a $266 million investment Centura has made in its four metro Denver Adventist hospitals. In the first phase, Porter doubled the size of its emergency room.

Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center (P/SL)

1719 E. 19th Ave.
Denver, 80218
303-839-6000
www.pslmc.com

With more than 80 specialties and 1,000 specialists and primary care physicians, P/SL is the largest regional hospital, serving Denver and the Rocky Mountain and Great Plains regions. Licensed for 680 beds and staffed by nearly 1,600 employees, P/SL serves a seven state region.  It is the most advanced one-campus hospital in the region with comprehensive care for adult and pediatric patients. HealthONE opened a $113 million expansion of the P/SL campus in 2010 including a new 100,000-square-foot pediatric hospital (see Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children listing in this section) and a 120,000-square-foot medical office building.

Rose Medical Center

4567 E. 9th Ave.
Denver, 80220
303-320-2121
www.rosemed.com

Well known as a Denver institution and a 9th Avenue landmark for more than 60 years, Rose has earned its reputation as “Denver’s Baby Hospital,” while becoming a leader in women’s and surgical services, bariatrics, orthopedics, total joint replacement and sports, internal, aesthetic and family medicine. The Denver landmark is consistently named one of the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals by Thomson Reuters, a leading provider of information and solutions to improve the cost and quality of health care.

Sky Ridge Medical Center

10101 Ridgegate Pkwy.
Lone Tree, 80124
720-225-1000
www.skyridgemedcenter.com

Uniquely designed with patient and family comfort in mind, Sky Ridge offers private patient rooms, a tranquil healing garden, an outdoor patio, multiple fireplace seating areas, wireless access and numerous other amenities. The first hospital to open in Douglas County, Sky Ridge has expanded to meet the needs of the community and is now a 186-bed facility with a dedicated Spine & Total Joint Center, comprehensive Cancer Center, full-service Cardiac Care program, Bariatric Center of Excellence, Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children and impressive Women’s Center, including robotic surgery and DIEP flap procedures. Delivering more babies than any other hospital in south metro Denver, Sky Ridge has not only clinical depth but a full array of extra touches to make this special moment even more memorable.  The hospital has also expanded geographically with imaging centers in Castle Rock and Parker, providing greater access within the communities it serves. With more than 1,200 physicians representing virtually every speciality, Sky Ridge has the people, state-of-the-art technology and expertise to set the standard for health, healing and comfort in the new century.

St. Anthony Hospital

11600 W. 2nd Pl.
Lakewood, CO 80228
720-321-0000
www.stanthonyhosp.org

The new St. Anthony Hospital opened in Lakewood on June 20, 2011. It includes OrthoColorado Hospital, St. Anthony Hospital, two walkway-connected medical office buildings and an 848 space parking garage. The campus provides state-of -the-art technology, world-class medicine and extraordinary health care.

St. Joseph Hospital

1835 Franklin St.
Denver, 80218
303-837-7111
www.exempla.org/care/facilities/ESJH

Denver’s oldest private teaching hospital delivers more than 10 percent of Colorado’s babies each year. The hospital’s latest addition is the Russell Pavilion which offers a number of services for health care professionals and the community, and provides better access to emergency services and radiation oncology.

Swedish Medical Center

501 E. Hampden Ave.
Englewood, 80113
866-7-SWEDISH
www.swedishhospital.com

Swedish Medical Center, 368-bed Level I Trauma Center, serves adult and pediatric trauma and neurotrauma patients throughout the Rocky Mountain region. It is also an acclaimed referral center and a recognized leader in the treatment of stroke. Swedish is one of only a few hospitals in the country that has both a traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury model program, and its Level III NICU is the only one in the region offering a family-style layout to ensure patients and their families the best experience possible.

University of Colorado Hospital

12605 E. 16th Ave.
Aurora, CO 80045
303-372-0000
www.uch.edu

University of Colorado houses the Rocky Mountain region’s only academic medical center. University Hospital was also one of the first 50 hospitals in the country to achieve magnet status for excellence in nursing services by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). It is a teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, one of three campuses comprising the University of Colorado system.