St. Anthony North Health Campus offers the North Denver Metro area residents access to full-service emergency care close to home, so you can get the care you need faster. Our ER is staffed with board-certified emergency physicians, trauma-trained emergency nurses and EMT's. Our state-of-the-art emergency department offers 20 emergency bays, with two of those rooms specially equipped to treat trauma patients
Neurosciences & Primary Stroke Center
Because they impact every aspect of life, diseases and disorders of the brain, spine and nervous system can prove especially difficult. We’ve expanded our Neuroscience & Spine care on the new St. Anthony North Health Campus with this in mind. Our skilled physicians, nursing staff, therapists and technologists work closely to deliver exceptional diagnostic, interventional and follow-up care. Our location makes receiving advanced care more convenient for those we serve. It all adds up to better outcomes.
CHPG Neuroscience & Spine
Our specialists include board-certified and board-eligible neurologists, neurosurgeons and neurointerventionalists. They share a commitment to helping patients find relief with the most conservative treatments possible. When surgery is required, the state-of-the-art surgical suites and technology at St. Anthony North Health Campus offer important advantages.
Primary Stroke Center
As a Primary Stroke Center, St. Anthony North Health Campus has an acute stroke response team available around the clock. This team includes emergency medicine specialists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, radiologists, critical care specialists, nurses and radiology technicians. Together, they provide immediate and experienced stroke expertise to determine if the latest treatments—such as clot-busting medications—can benefit a stroke patient. Advanced imaging supports the interventions needed to open blocked arteries and restore blood flow as quickly as possible.
Acute Inpatient Stroke Unit
Specialized care for stroke patients is provided in our acute care unit, where patients receive coordinated care, comprehensive monitoring and expert intervention from the multidisciplinary team. The unit is equipped with state-of-the-science monitoring equipment. Here, physicians, therapists and counselors provide care to patients throughout their stay, a unique aspect that has been shown to improve a patient's sense of well being and decrease the length of stay.
Heart & Vascular Care
At St. Anthony North Health Campus, we work closely with prehospital care providers to deliver intervention some 25 percent ahead of the national average - getting you the care you need faster. That is time that can save your life. A team of emergency physicians, RNs and technicians responds immediately to all cardiac patients in the Emergency Department. A team of board certified hospitalist physicians and cardiologists are standing by, 24/7, to continue care of the patient in the hospital.
At St. Anthony North Health Campus, we bring together highly skilled specialists, high-tech equipment, innovative programs and dedicated staff to achieve optimal outcomes. We offer a full range of preventive, diagnostic, interventional and rehabilitation cardiovascular care. The cardiovascular catheterization labs at St. Anthony North Health Campus are available for critical interventions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Our comprehensive program provides preventive services along with a variety of rehabilitation options for those impacted by cardiovascular disease. The Cardiac Rehabilitation Program is certified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR).
14300 Orchard Parkway
Westminster, CO 80023
Centura Health Heart & Vascular Network
St. Anthony North Health Campus is part of the Centura Health Heart & Vascular Network. With more than 120 leading cardiovascular experts, the Centura Health Heart & Vascular Network is recognized as the region’s leading provider of comprehensive heart care.
Opiod Use Disorder Emergency Department Treatment
Through a pilot program, we are now able to treat individuals in the north metro Denver region who have opioid use disorder. Through coordinated efforts among the St. Anthony North Health Campus emergency department, the 84th Avenue Neighborhood Health Center emergency department and outpatient providers of medication assisted treatment (MAT), our program is designed to provide lifesaving treatment options to people at risk of opioid overdose.
MAT is a clinical therapy used to help patients with opioid use disorder, involving the prescribing of certain opioid substitutes combined with behavioral therapies to build whole person care. This allows those struggling with opioid dependency, to continue functioning while being rehabilitated.
Below you can find detailed information about Suboxone treatment in the emergency department. If you have additional questions about starting Suboxone, please contact your physician.
- Suboxone Treatment in the Emergency Department
- Tratamiento del trastorno por uso de opioides en el Servicio de urgencias
To receive treatment, arrive at one of the following emergency departments: