Following Marshall Fire, Centura-Avista Adventist Hospital is Closed for the Foreseeable Future

January 1, 2022

(LOUISVILLE, COLO.) Following the devastating Marshall Fire in Boulder County communities this week, Centura–Avista Adventist Hospital will be closed for the foreseeable future due to extensive smoke damage.

There are no care services available at the hospital at this time. Patients who are in need of immediate care should go to the nearest hospital to receive services, or if you are having a life threatening emergency, please call 911.

Other Centura Health facilities in the communities surrounding Avista include Centura-St. Anthony North Hospital, Centura-Longmont United Hospital, and the Centura Health Emergency & Urgent Care Indian Peaks in Frederick.

Professional cleaning crews are at Centura-Avista Adventist Hospital to begin the process of cleaning and sanitizing the building. The hospital will re-open when this process is complete, but there is no estimated re-opening date at this time.


About Centura Health

Centura Health connects individuals, families and neighborhoods across Colorado and western Kansas with more than 6,000 physicians and 21,000 of the best hearts and minds in health care. As a joint operating agreement between its two Sponsors: CommonSpirit Health, a Catholic ministry, and AdventHealth, a ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Centura manages and operates 20 hospitals, neighborhood health centers, physician practices and clinics, home care and hospice services, and Flight For Life® Colorado. Through its Vision of every community, every neighborhood and every life – whole and healthy, its caregivers amplify whole person care and make the region’s best health care accessible. For information on Centura Health or any of the facilities in our network, please visit the Centura Health website.