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St. Anthony North Health Campus building
St. Anthony North Health Campus
14300 Orchard Pkwy
Westminster, Colorado 80023

Emergency Room: 24/7

About Us

The Future of Health and Wellness

St. Anthony North Health Campus, a $177 million, 350,000-squarefoot facility, provides a whole new way of delivering care. Built on the pillars of convenience, wellness and person-centered care, the St. Anthony North Health Campus offers inpatient and outpatient care at one site, with an emphasis on preventive health, wellness and health education.

A centerpiece of Centura Health’s “health neighborhood approach,” the St. Anthony North Health Campus offers a variety of health services that deliver optimal health care value to the communities of Westminster, Erie, Brighton, Broomfield, Northglenn and Thornton.

St. Anthony North Health Campus Includes:

  • 92 private hospital rooms.
  • Outpatient diagnostics and treatment center.
  • Inpatient and outpatient surgical services.
  • An emergency room.
  • Birthing Center with private labor and delivery suites and bilingual doula support.
  • First-class primary care physicians and specialists at the Orchard Neighborhood Health Center located on the same campus.
  • Primary care physician and specialists’ offices seamlessly integrated with the hospital.
  • Affiliated with PlaneTree, an internationally recognized nonprofit that guides hospitals toward patient-centered care and culture.
  • Planetree

    A commitment to patient-centered care

    St. Anthony North Health Campus is proud to be affiliated with Planetree, an internationally recognized non-profit organization that helps guide hospitals on the journey toward patient-centered care and culture. Affiliation with Planetree means that St. Anthony North Hospital is working to meet extensive patient care requirements and is committed to furthering the model of patient centered care throughout our organization.

    Planetree’s philosophy is based on a simple premise: care should be organized first and foremost around the needs of patients. To understand those needs Planetree turned to the source. Thousands of focus groups—from bedside to boardroom—with patients, long-term care residents, families and professional caregivers across the globe have borne out their needs and desires for a more personalized, humanized and demystified health care experience.

    The Planetree model being followed at St. Anthony North Health Campus, incorporates these components:

    1. Human Interactions
    2. The Importance of Family, Friends and Social Support
    3. Architectural Design Conducive to Health and Healing
    4. Empowering Patients through Information and Education
    5. The Importance of the Nutritional and Nurturing Aspects of Food
    6. Healing Arts: Nutrition for the Soul
    7. Spirituality: The Importance of Inner Resources
    8. The Importance of the Human Touch
    9. Complementary Therapies: Expanding Patient Choices
    10. Healthy Communities: Expanding the Boundaries of Healthcare

    Please check back as we continue to add more information about progress on our Planetree journey. To learn more, visit Planetree.

  • Spiritual Care

    We believe every health care journey begins with a dedication to healing body, mind and spirit. Our faith-based mission and approach to holistic health is essential to a person’s overall wellness. We respect and abide by the unique spiritual needs of everyone who chooses Centura Health, regardless of faith or belief.

    Chaplains are health care professionals who bring all the resources of spiritual and pastoral care to help our patients, their families and friends better cope with the challenges of a hospital visit. Our chaplains are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide spiritual guidance through prayer, ritual, sacrament, or help our patients connect to their religious communities.

    Patients, their family members or friends can request a visit from a chaplain. They are also available to assist clergy or other pastors coming to visit their congregants. To contact a member of our spiritual care or pastoral care team during your hospital stay, we provide the following convenient options.  

    • In-person: Ask the attending nurse to page the chaplain on call
    • By phone: Call the hospital operator and ask for the chaplain on-call to be paged