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.
We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and welcome all visitors at any time, unless not permitted by doctor's request. To help promote your loved one's healing and to prevent spread of disease, please wash your hands when entering or leaving the room and postpone your visit if you are ill. Children may visit only if supervised by an adult at all times. We are a premier health care facility that serves the communities in Durango and the surrounding areas, focusing on putting the needs of our clients first and foremost.
For security reasons the main lobby entrance is locked at 9:00 pm. If you are visiting from 9:00 pm - 5:00 am, you will need to enter from the emergency department entrance. Proceed to the Emergency Department Welcome Desk to receive your Visitor ID sticker.
The Centura Health Outpatient Pharmacy at Mercy, conveniently located off of Mercy’s main lobby, features a selection of gift, convenience, and health and wellness products, including Catholic and inspirational themes.
Our product selection includes:
- Flowers by April’s Garden
- Greeting cards
- Small gifts & home décor accessories
- Baby & get-well gifts
- Children’s toys/books
- Over the counter items
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Bedside delivery may be available - please inquire with a pharmacy staff member!
Food & Beverage Services
Garden Terrace Café
- Monday - Friday: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
- Breakfast: 7:00 - 9:30 am
- Lunch: 11:00 am - 1:30 pm
- Dinner: 5:00 - 6:00 pm
- Grill: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm and 5:00 - 6:00 pm
- Monday - Friday: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
- Closed: 5:00 - 6:00 pm for dinner break
- Saturday and Sunday: 3:30 - 9:00 pm
- Closed: 5:00 - 6:00 pm for dinner break
- Monday - Friday: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
Chapel & Labyrinth Meditation Garden
The Mercy Chapel is located in the main lobby with the following services available:
- Catholic Mass
- Wednesday: 12:00 pm
- Interdenominational prayer services
- Sunday: 9:30 - 9:45 am
Seasonal/special occasion services - announced in advance
Labyrinth Meditation Garden
Located on the west side of Mercy Regional Medical Center is the Labyrinth Meditation Garden. The labyrinth supports health and well-being by addressing the needs of the body, mind, and spirit. Walking the path through the labyrinth relaxes the body, encourages the mind to release anxious thoughts, and supports the inner journey to health and wellness. Some people use the labyrinth and garden area for a place to pray, meditate, or reflect.
"Walking a labyrinth has something to offer everybody. If a creative work project is challenging you, walking can get your creative juices flowing. When you are struggling with grief or anger or a physical challenge or illness, walking the labyrinth can point the way to healing and wholeness. If you want a way to meditate or pray that engages your body as well as your soul, the labyrinth can be such a way. When you just want reflective time away from a busy life, the labyrinth can offer you time out." -Melissa Gayle West, Exploring the Labyrinth
The labyrinth is open to the public year-round during daylight hours. To find the labyrinth garden, exit via the Garden Café, pass along the waterfall until you reach the end of the sidewalk, turn right and continue around the southwest corner of the building until you reach the arch entrance. You may choose to walk the labyrinth in solitude or with a docent.
To make an appointment to walk the labyrinth with a docent or receive further information about the labyrinth, contact the Spiritual Care Department
Labyrinth gift items are available for purchase in the Mercy gift shop. A guide to walking a labyrinth is available at the entrance to the Labyrinth and in the Mercy Chapel. We request that all visitors to this area respect its quiet and sacred nature. Please refrain from activities such as talking, eating, drinking, or smoking in the labyrinth mediation garden.
- Catholic Mass
Spiritual Care & Chaplains
Chaplains are available to support your religious, spiritual, and emotional needs during your hospitalization. Chaplains are respectful of your concerns and your views about what gives life value and meaning. Spiritual care can be provided if you have events in your life that interfere with your healing, such as a recent loss of a loved one or major life change.
A visit from one of our chaplains may help you cope with the stress of being in the hospital and can help relieve anxiety. The Spiritual Care department's professional chaplains are an integral part of the health care team and work in cooperation with other health care disciplines to offer holistic care to patients and families. Chaplains participate in Mercy's Touch, Love, and Compassion (TLC) program which offers other "healing experiences" such as massage or relaxing guided imagery. Chaplains attend patient care conferences to contribute to staff understanding of the spiritual needs of a patient or ethical implications of care plans.
Chaplains honor your personal, spiritual or philosophical beliefs through prayer, blessing, or affirmation of closely held values. At your request, chaplains can contact your minister, priest, rabbi, or spiritual leader to also support you.
Contact the chaplain on call.
- Phone: 970-764-2340
- Or press "0" if you are dialing within the hospital
- Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Mercy Regional Medical Center currently offers outpatient pharmacy services at our Three Springs campus.
- Customer access to an expanded line of over-the-counter products at reasonable prices
- A patient counseling area
- Counseling by a pharmacist is offered with each new prescription; patient's questions are always welcomed
- Drug profiles maintained and monitored
- Bedside prescription delivery within the hospital
1010 Three Springs Blvd
Durango, CO 81301
Located right inside Mercy’s main entrance in the lobby.
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
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.
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.