Bike share station at St. Anthony North Health Campus
At St. Anthony North Health Campus, we are committed to engaging the community outside the four walls of our hospital. We believe in shifting care from managing sickness to inspiring wellness. That's why we're proud to offer a bike share station for patients, staff and community members to enjoy.
The bike share station, presented by Zagster and the City of Westminster, has 32 cruiser bikes available at five stations across Westminster including hand bikes and trikes to ensure a more equitable bike share for all.
Bike sharing is a great step towards engaging our community to participate in healthy activities and active living. Exercise, like riding a bike, has been shown to improve overall cardiovascular health, joint motility and disease prevention. Our goal is to prevent disease and sickness, empowering people in their journey to lasting health and wellness.
A healthy destination for community members, patients and associates
Coming soon, St. Anthony North Health Campus is opening a community garden. The mission of our community garden is to create a sustainable place where community members, patients and associates may congregate in a holistic, healing environment to locally grow and harvest nutritious foods. Our community garden will help to foster an appreciation for healthy lifestyles, promote wellness-based community partnerships and support specialized education.
We are committed to creating a healthy environment where our patients, families, community members and associates can be active. Despite the well-known benefits of physical activity, only 25% of American adults engage in the recommended levels of physical activity, and 29% engage in no leisure time physical activity. Strong evidence shows that when people have access to parks and gardens, they improve their overall physical and psychological health.
Gardening through our mission
The mission of St. Anthony North Health Campus, part of Centura Health, 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. Our Community Garden enables us to customize care around the second half of our mission; nurturing the health of the people in our communities, by engaging people outside the four walls of our hospital. We will extend our knowledge of health and nutrition by growing our own fresh produce and sharing it with patients, associates and community members.
About the Community Garden
The Community Garden at St. Anthony North Health Campus will be a robust hub of health, wellness and nutrition.
Features available in our garden include:
- Gardening plots
- ADA accessible planter boxes
- Meeting space for health education classes, meetings and events
- Flower garden
- Vegetable garden
- Walking trails and trailhead
- Nutrition education
- Community-built art sculpture
- Picnic tables
- Fruit tree orchard
Community Garden Sculptural Mural: The Four Seasons
In 2015, St. Anthony North Health Campus commissioned artist Barry Rose to design and work with community organizations to create a large, freestanding tile mural to serve as the centerpiece of the health campus’ community garden, opening spring 2017. The health campus wanted to create a community art project to serve as a tribute to the people St. Anthony North Health Campus serves.
The final phase of St. Anthony North Health Campus’ large-scale community art project is being completed by local artist Barry Rose with the installation of 300 hand-painted tiles created by 150 volunteers from Westminster community groups. Entitled “The Four Seasons,” the four-sided sculptural mural measures 9’ high x 5’ wide, and has an opening in the center where people can walk through. It will serve as the centerpiece of the health campus’ community garden, opening spring 2017, where community members can grow their own produce.
St. Anthony North Health Campus partnered with nine local community groups to create the project. Volunteers from each group spent two sessions with Rose. The first was to learn how to paint with glaze and to design a practice tile. In the second session, volunteers created their permanent tiles now being installed on the structural mural. All tiles were fired at 2,150 degrees Fahrenheit by Rose in his kiln. “This structural mural is a gateway to reflection for hospital patients, visitors and staff and uses Colorado’s seasons as a symbol of life’s transitions,” said Rose. Rose’s works can be seen at the Denver Library, Denver Aquarium and Coors Field.
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If you are interested in getting involved with our garden, please us:
Program Coordinator, Outpatient Education
- Phone: 720-627-3901
Support the Garden
Our Community Garden is made 100 percent possible through the efforts of donations and community grants.
St. Anthony North Health Campus is proud to partner with local organizations to improve the health of the shared community.
Hand in hand with these partners, St. Anthony North Health Campus strives to deliver on its mission 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.
CampExperience is a group of 4,000 women across the Denver metro area that seeks out education, inspiration and service. This network brings together community volunteers, civic leaders, women entrepreneurs, business leaders, and moms with a focus on support one another and other women who may be in need. St. Anthony North is the centralized meeting center where these women come together to plan their charity events, learn about health education and make connections.
Smart Commute Metro North
Smart Commute Metro North is a transportation management organization founded in May 2012. Smart Commute’s mission is to work with communities and businesses to promote transportation options and improvements, foster economic vitality and enhance mobility in the metro north region.
Their goal is to expand transportation choice, like ridesharing, reduce congestion and increase mobility.
LiveWell Colorado is a nonprofit organization committed to reducing obesity in Colorado by promoting healthy eating and active living. In addition to educating and inspiring people to make healthy choices, LiveWell Colorado focuses on policy and environmental changes that remove barriers to healthy living opportunities. Working in partnership with obesity prevention initiatives across the state, LiveWell aims to provide every Coloradan with access to healthy food and opportunities for physical activity.
Project C.U.R.E is the largest provider of donated medical supplies and equipment to developing countries around the world.
Growing Home is an antipoverty organization whose mission is to guide children and their families on the path to a brighter future. Growing Home sponsors supportive programs that nurture children, strengthen families and create community.
Community Reach Center
Community Reach Center has worked diligently to preserve and promote a commitment to excellence, professionalism and integrity within the community health care system for nearly 60 years. As a community mental health center, it creates a welcoming, safe and supportive environment that connects programs and services to individual’s needs. Community Reach Center offers a patient centered continuum of care designed to deliver service when and where patients need it most.
Rebuilding Together Metro Denver
Rebuilding Together Metro Denver provides crucial home repairs, safety modifications and energy efficiency upgrades to qualified homeowners and community centers in need. Founded in 1999, Rebuilding Together Metro Denver has served hundreds of economically - challenged communities and thousands of homeowners who are veterans, older adults and people with disabilities living on minimal incomes in the metro area.
Broomfield FISH was founded in 1963 through collaboration between six churches. With the support and commitment of local volunteers and faith communities, FISH provides expanding services to include a thriving food pantry, transportation assistance, rent and utility assistance and other services. FISH is a vital community resource, serving more than 4,000 people each year.
The City of Westminster
The City of Westminster is dedicated to delivering exceptional value and quality of life. Preserving open spaces throughout the city has been a priority in Westminster for more than 25 years. St. Anthony North is working with the Department of Parks, Recreation and libraries to preserve the city open space, extend the more than 90 miles of off-rail trails and create services to our shared communities.
North Metro Chamber of Commerce
North Metro Chamber of Commerce is the hub for the north metro region’s business development. The chamber focuses on key issues including access to quality, affordable health care.
Adams County Economic Development
Adams County Economic Development is a leader in aggressively driving economic vitality and sustainable businesses growth in metro Denver’s northeast region. Adams County Economic Development is focused on improving the health care options for its community. They target the health care industry to create opportunities and help shape our communities future.
Denver Urban Gardens
Denver Urban Gardens envisions a thriving and connected network of deeply-rooted community gardens, conceived of, cultivated and supported by local residents and institutions throughout the urban neighborhoods of metro Denver. Denver Urban Gardens manages nearly 150 community gardens in the metro Denver area, a community farm in Aurora and offers a multitude of training programs designed to empower participants to educate their communities.
Community Engagement Request
Supporting our community through engagement and contributions
St. Anthony North Health Campus receives numerous requests for financial contributions and engagement. Supporting community-based organizations, their events and programs, is an important part of our mission to support and care for our communities we serve.
St. Anthony North Health Campus not only supports our communities through contributions, but also invests over $24 million each year in charity care and underwriting government care for the elderly and poor.
Before submitting a request, please consider the following:
- Sponsorship or donations should be used to support organizations located within the St. Anthony North Health Campus service area.
- Sponsorships and events should align with our mission: to extend the healing ministry of Christ by caring for those who are ill and nurturing the health of the people in our communities.
- Sponsorships should align with our vision, values and strategic priorities.
- All sponsorships and events should relate to community health improvement or prevention.
- Please make your request at least 60 days prior to your event or sponsorship deadline.
- Completion of this form does not guarantee a donation or sponsorship.
- At this time, we are only able to support non-profit organizations.
Exclusions: requests for dues, membership fees, individuals (i.e. walk-a-thons, etc.) or attendance at conferences.
Completed requests will be considered by an internal committee. We will contact you within 30 days regarding the status of your request.
DAISY Award (Recognize your nurse)
The DAISY Foundation was established in 1999 by the family of J. Patrick Barnes. Patrick died at the age of 33, from complications of an auto-immune disease. During his eight-week hospital stay, his family was impressed by the care and compassion his nurses provided, not only to him but to everyone in the family. They created the DAISY Award in Pat’s memory to recognize those nurses who make a big difference in the lives of so many people.
Our DAISY Award honorees demonstrate St. Anthony North Health Campus core values. They also demonstrate excellence through their clinical expertise and compassionate care. They are recognized as role models in our nursing community. St. Anthony North Health Campus is proud to be a DAISY Award partner.
Each DAISY Award Honoree will be recognized at a public ceremony in her/his unit, and will receive:
- a beautiful certificate
- a DAISY Award pin
- a hand-carved stone sculpture entitled A Healer’s Touch
In addition, their clinic/unit will celebrate with Cinnabon® cinnamon rolls – a favorite of Patrick’s. The Barnes family asks that whenever nurses smell that wonderful cinnamon aroma, they stop for a moment and think about how special they are.
Health Campus Nutrition
St. Anthony North Health Campus is dedicated to supporting a culture of health where making a healthy food choice is the easy choice.
We make nutrition a priority, offering whole food options for our patients, visitors and staff.
North Peak Café
The North Peak Café located inside the St. Anthony North Health Campus is focused on giving visitors and associates healthy meal choices while at the facility. Featuring a Churrasco (Brazilian steakhouse) Grill, wood fire pizza oven and cooking demonstration station, the chefs are able to prepare unique, wholesome meals for all to enjoy. Additionally, the health campus has removed all fried food options from the patient menu, café and catering menu, and there are no deep fryers in the North Peak Café or anywhere inside St. Anthony North Health Campus. The name of the café was chosen by an associate; it was named North Peak because you can see Longs Peak, the northernmost fourteener in Colorado, from the health campus.
Smoking Cessation Program
Are you ready to stop smoking for good? Let us help you fight the battle.
Our smoking cessation program gives you the tools you need to finally quit smoking for good. Taught by a licensed professional counselor who specializes in habit change, our program enables you to stop smoking using physical, emotional and mental techniques. Work with a counselor, one-on-one to create a customized plan for you.
Our smoking cessation program includes:
- Three individual sessions with a licensed professional counselor who specializes in habit change: one 90-minute session and two one-hour sessions
- A variety of treatments, strategies and techniques based on your individual needs
- Free monthly telephone follow-up for one year
- Pharmacology Treatment - For those who need medication support, we can work with your primary care provider to assist in getting you a prescription that meets your needs, (Chantix, Wellbutrin or another nicotine replacement therapy)
- Behavior change strategies
- Relaxation and meditation techniques
- Physical, emotional and mental techniques
- Relapse prevention and support
- One individual session - $30 for
- Full program - $90 (three individual sessions and follow up)
Our smoking cessation program is located at our campus on 84th Avenue and Federal Boulevard in Westminster.
84th Avenue Neighborhood Health Center
Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabilitation
2551 W. 84th Avenue
Westminster, CO 80031
Stroke Support Group
Stroke is a life altering experience. That is why St. Anthony North Health Campus offers a free community stroke support group to stroke survivors and caregivers. This group provides an avenue to meet others who understand what you are going through, share experiences and provide support and resources for life after stroke.
Weigh & Win
St. Anthony North Health Campus is honored to sponsor Weigh and Win, a community program that helps people incorporate healthy eating and active living habits into their daily lifestyle.
Through the Weigh and Win program, users earn quarterly cash rewards for weight loss (available for participants who join with a BMI > 25) and for maintaining a healthy weight. All participants are eligible for monthly prize drawings just for participating.
The program is FREE to all Colorado adults age 18 and above, and is available in communities across Colorado.
A Weigh and Win station is located inside St. Anthony North Health Campus for your convenience.
Learn more and enroll at Weigh and Win.