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Castle Rock Adventist Hospital
Castle Rock Adventist Hospital
2350 Meadows Blvd
Castle Rock, Colorado 80109

Emergency Room: 24/7

Community & Support Programs

As Douglas County's newest healthcare facility, Castle Rock Adventist Hospital is dedicated to giving back to the communities we serve. Through educational classes, event sponsorships, contributions and community partnerships, we have the opportunity to support organizations that are important to our communities and further our mission.

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  • Castle Rock Free Cycle Program

    From Memorial Day through Labor Day (specific dates set according to the cooperation of the weather), Castle Rock FreeCycle lets you reserve a bicycle for 4 hours at a time, for free! Use the "Reserve Your FreeCycle" box on the home page and sign up for a specific date and time frame. If a bike is available, in a matter of minutes you will receive an e-mail and text message with your bike number and the unlock code. 


    Where can I get a bike?
    FreeCycle boasts a total of 12 bikes available for use located:

    Castle Rock Adventist Health Campus
    2350 Meadows Blvd.
    Castle Rock, CO 80109

    Can anyone sign out a bike?
    All users must be 18 years of age to use the bikes.

    What if I have a problem with the bike?
    If your bike has a broken or missing part, contact use 720-455-2538.

    What if my bike is not there?
    If the bike you reserved is not in the rack at the start of your time, contact us 720-455-2538.

    Can I reserve a bike in one location and return it at another location?
    Unfortunately not. When you reserve the bike you will need start and end at Castle Rock Adventist Hospital.

    Do I need a helmet?
    Yes, always wear a helmet for safety – even if travelling a short distance! Helmets are included with the use of the cycle.

  • Elevate Magazine

    Learn more about important health topics, ways to keep you and your family in good condition, and meet some of the physicians that make Castle Rock Adventist Hospital one of the best hospitals in the region in Elevate, Castle Rock's new quarterly health magazine.

    Cover of Elevate Magazine Fall 2016 Issue

    Fall 2016

    Read about new research that is helping lung cancer patients, advancements in ankle replacements, tips for when antibiotics are right for kids, how small steps can stop prediabetes and myths about menopause. Read more

    Cover of Elevate Magazine Summer 2016 Issue

    Summer 2016

    Read how to determine if you child has a bellyache or something else, how to determine if you symptoms signal a trip to the ER, what are options for labor pain and how to help young athletes avoid injury. Read more

    Cover of Elevate Magazine Spring 2016 Issue

    Spring 2016

    Read about benefits of breastfeeding for mom and baby, tips for living on the bright side, sleep your way to better health, when to look deeper into health issues, how to solve the weight loss puzzle and information on how to decide when you are a candidate for surgery. Read more

    Cover of Elevate Magazine Winter 2016 Issue

    Winter 2016

    Is your heart aging faster than you? Learn how you can lower your heart disease risk, how colorectal cancer screenings can prevent colon cancer or detect it in an early, treatable stage, and an innovative program that allows emergency patients get faster care while new birthing suites offer concierge for newborns. Read more


    Cover of Elevate Magazine Fall 2015 Issue

    Elevate Fall 2015

    Read how a man suffering from a pulmonary embolism was misdiagnosed twice before the team at Castle Rock Adventist Hospital saved his life; how hybrid ablation is the ideal treatment option for some with atrial fibrillation; how 3-D technology is the latest advancement in breast cancer screenings. Read more

    Elevate Magazine Summer 2015 Issue

    Elevate Summer 2015

    Learn what you can do to protect your skin as you age; how gynecologic cancer survival rates are on the rise and how early detection is key; the truth about mesh use for hernia surgery; how to know when it's the right time for herniated disc surgery. Read more

    Cover of Elevate Magazine Spring 2015

    Elevate Spring 2015

    Read about the new clinic that helps you deal with the root cause of back pain; what IT-band syndrome is and how to beat it; have a healthy spring; be your best with plastic surgery and take control with helpful hints for incontinence, laparoscopy and breast cancer prevention in this quarterly magazine celebrating health in CO. Read more

    Cover of Elevate Magazine Winter 2015 Issue

    Elevate Winter 2015

    Learn how to prevent knee ligament injuries without giving up your favorite winter sports, which common winter respiratory problems can be helped with antibiotics and which can't, how concussions can have long-term effects, how advancements in radiation therapy have led to fewer side effects for cancer patients, and what you can do to help relieve hot flashes caused by menopause in this quarterly magazine celebrating health in CO. Read more

  • Family-to-Family Adoption Support Program

    The Family-to-Family Adoption Support Program at Castle Rock Adventist Hospital offers services to support adoptions that are customized to the wishes of the patients and adoptive parents.

    Our goal is to combine expert medical care with compassion and sensitivity for all families.

    Whether you choose an open, semi-open, or closed adoption, our trained Birth Place staff will provide resources and support to assist the families and adoption agencies.

    We are a caring, loving, and understanding place for adoptive parents and families making an adoption plan for their baby.

  • Healthy Recipes

    Amanda's Roasted Chickpeas

    Submitted by Amanda Conti, Board Certified Holistic Health Coach (AADP)

    Servings: 2 (as snack) Prep Time: 5 Cook Time: 30

    I highly recommend doubling a batch of Roasted Chickpeas, the bowl will be empty in 10 minutes! This is a one of the simplest snack recipes - four ingredients and it starts with a can of chickpeas pulled from your pantry. You can use any spice blend.

    • One 15-ounce can garbanzo beans
    • 1 1/2 tablespoons olive oil
    • Salt
    • Spice blend of your choice

    Preheat oven to 400F.

    Drain the can of garbanzo beans in a strainer and rinse with water for a few seconds to clean off the beans. Shake and tap the strainer to rid of excess water. Lay paper towel on a baking sheet, and spread the beans over. Use another paper towel to gently press and absorb the water on the beans. Roll the beans around with the paper towel to also remove the thin skin from any of the beans. Discard the skins and the paper towels.

    Drizzle the olive oil over the beans and use your hands or a spatula to toss around and coat. Roast for 30-40 minutes until the beans are a deep golden brown and crunchy. Make sure that the beans do not burn.

    Season with salt and spice blend.


    Kale Soup with White Beans & Turkey Sausage

    Submitted by Amanda Conti, Board Certified Holistic Health Coach (AADP)


    • One medium onion, chopped
    • A few garlic cloves, minced
    • 1 pound lean ground beef, ground chicken breast or ground turkey breast (organic grass fed 95% lean ground beef recommended)
    • 1/2 pound sweet Italian turkey sausage, casing removed
    • One bunch kale (Dino Kale or regular kale) stems removed, chopped
    • One 32 oz. can/box chicken broth
    • 2 cans cannellini beans, drained and rinsed
    • One large can chopped or crushed tomatoes


    In a large dutch oven, over medium heat, sauté onions and garlic, in olive oil, until soft. Add ground meat of choice and turkey sausage (remember to take sausage out of casings so it will crumble when it cooks) and cook thoroughly. Once meat is cooked, pour in enough chicken broth to just cover the meat. Add the kale and pile all the way to top of pot. Put cover on and simmer until kale has wilted down. Once wilted, add beans, tomatoes and remaining chicken broth. If you like it "soupier" you can always add more broth. Heat through and then cover and let simmer for about an hour. Serve with a sprinkle of Parmesan and some crusty bread.


    Kale Chips

    Submitted by Amanda Conti, Board Certified Holistic Health Coach (AADP)

    • 1 bunch Kale
    • 1-2 TBS extra virgin olive oil 
    • Pink Himalayan sea salt (or regular sea salt)

    Preheat oven to 300 degrees.

    Wash and dry kale.

    Remove stems from kale. You can easily do this by holding the stem end and ripping the leaves off of the stem. Then rip leaves into chip sized pieces and put on baking sheet. They will shrink a bit when cooking so you don't want to rip them too small.

    Next you drizzle your olive oil over your pile of kale and massage the oil into the leaves. You'll see the leaves get nice and shiny. Lay out in a single layer, taking care not to overlap. Sprinkle with sea salt and pop into the oven for about 10-20 minutes. Make sure to keep a close eye during the second half of cooking time as they can burn easily.

    Watch this tasty and healthy snack disappear before your eyes.


    Filipino Lettuce Wraps

    Submitted by Lyn H., Castle Rock Adventist Hospital Surgery Tech


    • Fish Sauce
    • Soy Sauce
    • Sugar
    • Water
    • Vegetable Oil
    • 1 lb. Beef Sirloin
    • Lemon Grass
    • Lemon Juice
    • Cucumber
    • Carrots
    • Garlic
    • Small Shallots
    • Mint
    • Cilantro
    • Romaine Lettuce
    • Chili Paste
    • Peanuts (optional)


    Mix the following ingredients:

    • ¼ C. Fish Sauce
    • 5 T. Sugar
    • 3 T. Water
    • ½ C. Lemon Juice
    • 3 cloves of garlic (minced/chopped)
    • ½ of small shallots, chopped
    • 3 T. Chili Paste (to taste)

    Cook Sirloin Beef after 2+ hours of marinating:

    In a medium skillet over high heat, brown the beef in 4 T. Vegetable oil, stirring often and reducing the heat to medium if necessary. Cook until the juice is almost gone. Set aside to cool.


    1. Cut the bottom part of the lettuce, separate the leaves, rinse and let water drain to dry. Set aside.

    2. Slice the sirloin beef thin and marinade for at least 2 hours with:

    • 3 T. Soy Sauce
    • 3 T. Fish Sauce
    • 4 T. Veg. Oil
    • 3 T. Sugar
    • 2 Stalks of Lemon Grass
    • 3 Cloves of Garlic, minced

    3. Cut the cucumber and carrots into thin long strips, or shred them. Chop the cilantro, mint and peanut (optional). Set aside.

    4. Prepare the sauce and cook the beef as outlined below.

    Combine all ingredients according to your own tastes, roll up in lettuce, and enjoy!


    Quinoa Pizza Bites

    Submitted by Aimee Kramer, Castle Rock Holistic Health Coach


    • 2 cups cooked quinoa
    • 2 eggs
    • 1 cup chopped onion (can cook beforehand)
    • 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese (recommends Daiya)
    • 2 gloves minced garlic
    • 1/2 cup fresh basil, chopped
    • p chopped Applegate Farms Organic pepperoni, peppers, pineapple, or any other favorite toppings
    • 1 teaspoon dried crushed oregano
    • 1 teaspoon paprika (optional)
    • Pizza sauce for dipping ?(optional)


    1. Place the quinoa and two cups of water in a covered pot. Bring to boil and then simmer for 20 minutes or until quinoa is tender.

    2. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Mix all ingredients (except pizza sauce) together in a medium bowl. Spray mini muffin tin with non-stick spray; fill each up with mixture, pressing down gently to compact.  Also can spoon on a cookie sheet. Bake for 15-20 minutes. Allow to cool then serve with pizza sauce for dipping.

  • Mental Health First Aid

    FREE eight-hour classes

    Participants learn to recognize symptoms and develop strategies to support someone experiencing mental illness or emotional crisis. A separate youth class is offered for teachers, social workers, coaches, and others who work with children and teens.

    Youth and adult classes offer a five-step action plan to:

    • Assess risk of suicide or harm
    • Listen nonjudgmentally 
    • Give reassurance and information 
    • Encourage appropriate professional help 
    • Encourage self-help and other support 

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  • Mommy & Me Market

    Mommy & Me Market LogoAt Castle Rock Adventist Hospital we care about our community

    The Mommy and Me Market allows us to partner with the community to provide for those in need.

    We accept donations of new and gently used baby items to stock the market. Families in need can “shop” the Mommy & Me Market and bring home new and gently used baby items at no cost.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is the Mommy & Me Market?
    Mommy and Me Market is designed to help families in need with pregnancy and children's items. The Mommy & Me Market will is open one day a month to allow families to come in and get any of the items they need.

    What types of donations does the Mommy and Me Market accept?

    • New Diapers and Wipes
    • New and Used 0-4T children's clothes
    • New and Used Maternity Clothes (when available)
    • New and Used Baby Gear (when available)
    • Unfortunately we cannot accept used cribs and car seats

    What items are available at the Mommy and Me Market?

    • New Diapers and Wipes
    • New and Used 0-4t children's clothes
    • New and Used Maternity Clothes (When available)
    • New and Used Baby Gear (When available)

    What are the drop-off times for donated items?

    First Friday of every month, 9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    Contact Jacque Northrup, 720-709-1986, to arrange a time outside of the designated time frame

    What are the times that I can come and "Shop" for any items that I may need for my child?

    Last Friday of every month: 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

    Do I have to prove that I am in need of these items?

    You do not have to prove need to shop the Mommy & Me Market. However, we would ask that you not take advantage of the service and re-donate the items when done with them so others can benefit from the Market.