• Emergency & Level I Trauma Care

  • Families seeking a Metro Denver emergency room can count on St. Anthony Hospital's award winning ER to be ready with emergency physicians, trauma surgeons, neurosurgeons, anesthesiologists, radiologists, nurses and CT techs, all in-house, 24 hours-a-day and immediately available to treat any emergency including illness, heart attack, stroke and trauma.

    If you have a medical or life-threatening or limb-threatening emergency dial 911 immediately.

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  • *How We Calculate Your ER or Urgent Care Wait—Centura Health ER and urgent care wait times represent a six-hour rolling average, updated every 15 minutes. Wait times are defined as the time between when you check in at the front desk until the time you’re greeted by a qualified, assigned medical professional. Patients are triaged at arrival and seen in priority order based on presenting complaints and reason for visit. A qualified medical professional is defined as a Doctor of Medicine (MD), a Doctor of Osteopathy (DO), a Physician Assistant (PA) or an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP).

  • The St. Anthony Hospital Emergency Department is equipped with:

    • 36 private emergency exam rooms
    • Four dedicated trauma rooms
    • Two trauma rooms with in-room x-ray capability
    • CT in the emergency department for immediate access to life-saving CT scans
    • Specialized care for seniors
    • A large, comfortable emergency room waiting area

    St. Anthony Hospital is designated a Level I Trauma Center by the State of Colorado Department of Health. A Level I designation is the highest level of definitive and comprehensive emergency and trauma care for patients with complex injuries.  

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