Kristen Feldbush

At Littleton Adventist Hospital we don't just practice medicine, we live it.

Trust. Care. Excellence.

Innovative thinking, advanced technology, expert providers, and world-class resources right here in our community. 

Our mission is to extend the healing ministry of Christ by caring for those who are ill and by nurturing the health of the people in our communities, and we’ve done that for more than 29 years. As part of fulfilling our mission, Littleton Adventist Hospital has grown to be a world-class organization, serving more than 70,000 patients a year in the booming Littleton, Highlands Ranch and Centennial areas, and the number keeps growing. Not only do we serve our local and regional communities, we are a “destination hospital” for highly specialized care in breast surgery, neurosurgery and vascular procedures and more. 

"I was born right here at Littleton Adventist Hospital and I was one of the first babies born here. It obviously made quite an impression on me, because my whole life I knew I wanted to work here. I love my job. The people, the culture, the labor and delivery unit is the best place on the planet to work."

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Kristen: A lifelong passion, delivered

Labor and Delivery

"I was born right here at Littleton Adventist Hospital and I was one of the first babies born here. It obviously made quite an impression on me, because my whole life I knew I wanted to work here. I love my job. The people, the culture, the labor and delivery unit is the best place on the planet to work."

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"When my paternal grandparents both suffered strokes just weeks apart, I decided to return to school and specialize in stroke care. I knew I had to make a difference. Now, as an Interventional Neurologist, my goal for my patients and their families is simple: to bring comfort and answers to them in their biggest time of need."

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Dr. Murray: From feeling powerless to finding his passion

Interventional Neurology

"When my paternal grandparents both suffered strokes just weeks apart, I decided to return to school and specialize in stroke care. I knew I had to make a difference. Now, as an Interventional Neurologist, my goal for my patients and their families is simple: to bring comfort and answers to them in their biggest time of need."

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"As a little girl, I lost my older brother in the battle against cancer. The experience changed me forever. Now, as a radiation oncologist, it makes me more of a compassionate physician and brings me closer to my patients in understanding what they are going through."

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Dr. Bugoci: A life-changing loss. A life’s calling found.

Radiation Oncology

"As a little girl, I lost my older brother in the battle against cancer. The experience changed me forever. Now, as a radiation oncologist, it makes me more of a compassionate physician and brings me closer to my patients in understanding what they are going through."

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