Centura Health is initiating temporary restrictions and guidance for patient visitors to all care locations in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations. As the COVID-19 status continues to rapidly evolve, visitor restrictions are subject to change. See current visitor restrictions.
Visitors are an important part of a patient’s recovery and provide emotional support.
- General visiting hours: 24/7
- Intensive Care Unit visiting hours: 24/7 (no more than two visitors at one time)
If you are sick, do not come to the hospital to visit a patient.
Located on the first floor of the hospital by the cafeteria, sells a variety of specialty gift items, magazines, greeting cards, candy, books and clothing. Proceeds from the gift shop support special hospital projects that enhance patient care.
- Monday - Thursday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Friday: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
- Saturday: Closed (In honor of the Seventh-day Adventist's Sabbath)
- Sunday: 12:00 - 4:00 pm
Food & Beverage Services
The Windows on the Rockies Café
Located at the west end of the main lobby and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Pizza, soup, sandwiches, wraps, salad bar and coffee bar items are available throughout the day.
- Monday - Friday: 6:30 am - 8:30 pm
- Saturday and Sunday: 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Food and beverage vending machines are available 24 hours a day in the following locations:
- The dining area of the café
- The main floor of the south tower at the end of the hallway
The emergency department waiting area (for Emergency Department visitors)
Spiritual Care & Chaplains
We recognize the central role of spirituality in mental, physical and emotional health. A chaplain acts as an ambassador, companion, concierge, navigator, mediator, etc. Their work highlights the elements of religion that run as an undercurrent to life's daily challenges.
Chaplains serve as hosts for emotional, spiritual, moral support and everything in between. They are assigned to the private chapel in places such as hospitals, military bases, or prisons.
Chaplains are available to assist patients and family members of any faith, including those who have left the path of religion. Our chaplains are here to listen, talk, pray, and to connect you with resources to encourage emotional and spiritual healing. Use the links at left to access online resources recommended by our Spiritual Care staff.
Chaplains are available to provide support, prayer and counsel 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Patients can contact a chaplain:
- Phone: 303-730-5884
- Hospital phone: 64-5884
Centura Health provides complimentary wireless Internet access for guests and visitors.
What do I have to do to connect?
Simply connect to the guest network using your wireless network settings. When you first connect, you'll notice "Terms and Conditions" for Centura Health's Guest Network. When you click "Accept", you'll be automatically granted access. Guests must have experience in connecting to wireless networks as Centura Health does not provide any assistance in connecting your device to the wireless network.
Where and when can I connect?
The wireless network is available throughout the hospital. The wireless network is available 24/7.
Enjoy your time on our wireless network. As with any public wireless network, we strongly recommend guests take measures to secure their devices and internet communications. We encourage using virtual private networks in conjunction with personal firewalls and virus protections to mitigate risk to personal data. It is the user's responsibility to take precautions and provide security measures suited to their situation and intended use of the service. Our wireless network should not be used for inappropriate or unlawful purposes.
Centura Health is not responsible for any personal information that is compromised.
Centura Health is not responsible for any damage caused to your hardware or software while at any Centura Health facility.
Please Note: Because this is a free service, Centura Health does not provide technical support for your device or assistance in connectivity. Guests and visitors should understand how to configure their computer or device and know what hardware or software is necessary to connect to the wireless network.
We strive to promote a healing environment for our patients, guests, associates, volunteers and the community. The use of any tobacco product is prohibited in all areas of our campus including buildings, leased facilities, offices, grounds, vehicles, parking lots, and ramps.If you are a patient and use tobacco products, please speak with your physician or nurse for options that are available to you during your stay in the hospital. Thank you for your cooperation.
Every Centura Health hospital provides you with a patient representative to help you have a better hospital experience. Our representatives address and investigate your concerns, and then respond to you and your family with findings and recommendations for how your concerns can be resolved. Find patient representative information.
Healing Arts & Pet Therapy
The Healing Arts Program at Littleton Adventist Hospital creates a calming, supportive environment by integrating the power of the arts into health care. Art – whether painting, photography, mixed media or music – can lift the spirit and reduce stress and allow the immune system to function at its best.
Whether you’re a patient or visiting a loved one, these complimentary services are made available through the Littleton Adventist Hospital Foundation and the generosity of our community.
- Visual Arts: Enjoy a self-guided exploration of original, nature-inspired work by local artists in our Healing Arts Gallery, located on the first floor of the hospital in the hallway that connects the main lobby and the outpatient department.
- Music: Certified music therapists play soothing therapeutic music at the patient bedside. To request this complimentary service, please contact the Whole Person Care Team using a hospital phone at 64-5884 or call from a non-hospital phone at 303-730-5884.
- Nature: Located outside near the outpatient department on the south side of the hospital, the Healing Garden provides walking paths, fountains, picnic tables, and a serene retreat to revitalize your mind, body and spirit.
Visits from dogs are known to reduce stress and anxiety and aid in healing. If you would like a visit from one of our fine, furry friends and their volunteer, contact the Welcome Center.
- Phone: 303-730-5869
- Hospital phone: 64-5869
Patient & Visitor Compliments
At Littleton Adventist Hospital high quality care is our top concern. Whether you are here to welcome a new baby or visiting a recovering family member, your words of appreciation are our highest compliment and inspire us to serve each family that walks through our doors. SHARE stands for:
- Sense people's needs before they ask
- Help each other out
- Acknowledge people's feelings
- Respect the dignity and privacy of others
- Explain what is happening
PIVO Needle-Free Blood Draw for InpatientsHow Needle-Free Blood Draw Works
Centura Health is excited to bring this procedure and technology to our entire ecosystem of health care locations, especially for our most vulnerable patients.
Centura Health, the region’s health care leader, is now the first hospital system in Colorado and Kansas, and among the first in the nation, to offer needle-free blood draws for inpatients – fulfilling our promise of delivering compassionate and whole person care.
Centura Health is continually striving to improve the patient experience and lead Colorado and Kansas in comfort and quality. By using this revolutionary technology Centura Health’s caregivers can collect blood samples from an indwelling peripheral IV line, enabling a high quality blood draws directly from the vein without having to stick patients with another needle. This standard of care is currently in use in several of Centura Health’s Denver metro area hospitals and will become available at the other Centura Health hospitals throughout the year as part of our system-wide rollout and commitment to an improved patient experience while in our care.
More than 400 million blood draws occur annually in hospitals around the U.S., informing more than 70% of all clinical decisions. Many of these are conducted in a hospital setting on patients that receive as many as three blood draws daily. This number can increase dramatically for the 30% of U.S. hospital patients that are considered Difficult Venous Access (DiVA) due to obesity, age, and disease, a condition that makes blood collection more challenging.
Planning for a Hospital Stay
Undergoing medical tests or treatment can be stressful and disruptive to your life, particularly if you are having a major procedure. There are some ways you can prepare in advance that may help you rest easier and worry less. If you will be staying in the hospital, or if your treatment has a longer recovery period, you may want to think about:
- Special arrangements for children, pets & plants.
- Suspending your newspaper service, milk and/or mail delivery.
- Stocking up on necessities to eliminate a trip to the grocery store.
- Making sure your car's gas tank is at least half-full.
- Getting prescriptions filled.
- Creating a "phone tree" so one person can conveniently update family and friends about your condition.
- Organizing your household bills and pay some early, if you can.
- Talking about your desires regarding treatment and care with your family.
- Completing a set of Advance Directives.
- Food and medicines the day before a procedure
Preparations for procedures vary so please consult your pre-admission instructions. Be particularly attentive about whether you are supposed to take medications. Even over-the-counter medications, such as aspirin, may affect your ability to undergo a test or a procedure. If you have any questions, contact us.
What to Pack
We advise that you only bring essential items to the hospital. Please leave all valuables, including jewelry and most cash at home. You may wish to bring:
- Personal hygiene items that you prefer.
- Robe and a pair of non-slip slippers.
- Small items that bring you comfort such as a photo, book or magazine.
- The phone numbers for your family and friends.
- Your glasses and/or contact lenses and appropriate solutions.
- Dentures, case and cleaning solution.
Documents to Bring
- Your health insurance card(s). If you are covered by more than one insurance policy, please bring a card for each policy.
- Picture identification, such as a driver's license or state ID card.
- A credit card or a check for any co-payment that is required by your insurance.
- A list of your medications, dosage amounts, and the frequency with which you take them. For your convenience, use our medication list.
- A copy of your Advance Directives. Advance Directives may include a Living Will, Five Wishes, Donor Directions for Anatomical Gift, and a Medical Durable Power of Attorney.
- Prior test results, x-rays or medical records if your physician has requested them.
- Worker's compensation information including billing address and claim number.
Checking in When you Arrive
Please come in the main entrance, where you will be greeted by a Littleton Hospital volunteer who will also get you a wheelchair if you need one. The volunteer will direct you to the Admissions desk where a representative will sign you in and assist you.
Our goal is to be the best hospital. We consider you a partner in your hospital care and have prepared a patient guide to help you better understand our hospital and your rights and responsibilities as a patient. During your stay we want you to have the best patient experience possible. We want to not only meet, but to exceed your expectations of us. From the interaction with your care providers, to the cleanliness of your room, please let us know if there is anything that we can do to make your stay more comfortable.