Jan 12, 2022
Hospital evacuated during the Marshall Fire on Dec. 30 and is undergoing extensive cleaning (LOUISVILLE, COLO.) Centura-Avista Adventist Hospital, which remains temporarily closed following its evacuation during the Marshall Fire on Dec. 30, announced that it will reopen to patients and communities
Jan 4, 2022
Centura Health and its 21,000 people watched in disbelief Thursday as wildfires devasted several Colorado communities. Since then, our caregivers have heard and felt the outpouring of love and concern from those who are eager to help with the reopening of Avista Adventist Hospital and the
Jan 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
Dec 31, 2021
Leaders with Centura Health and Avista Adventist Hospital conducted a thorough assessment of the campus today, which will remain ongoing, and, remarkably, the hospital did not sustain direct fire damage. However, the team determined there is extensive smoke damage that will keep the hospital closed
Dec 30, 2021
With a focus on patient safety and continued care, Centura-Avista Adventist Hospital evacuated 51 patients today as a wildfire threatened the facility. All patients and staff are now safely evacuated. Patients at Avista were either discharged to their homes or being cared for at another Centura
Dec 30, 2021
As of 4:15 pm, Centura-Avista Adventist Hospital is fully evacuated. All patients were safely evacuated and transferred to sister facilities within Centura, Longmont United Hospital or St. Anthony North, and some were discharged from the hospital. All associates at this time have also been evacuated
Dec 30, 2021
Around noon on Thursday, Dec. 30, a wildfire started in the Superior area not far from Avista Adventist Hospital. Currently, we understand there are now multiple wildfires burning in the area due to strong winds and dry conditions. Avista was placed on pre-evacuation notice around 1:30 p.m., and has