Castle Rock Adventist Hospital Announces Addition of New Surgical unit

April 9, 2021
Castle Rock Adventist Hospital 4th floor expansion

Centura Health – Castle Rock Adventist Hospital is pleased to announce the upcoming expansion of the hospital’s 4th Floor, allowing our dedicated caregivers to provide high-quality care to meet the unique needs of members of the Castle Rock community and beyond.

Launching in March 2021, this project will add 36 beds to Castle Rock Adventist Hospital for care of post-surgical patients and will develop a specialized surgical unit to compliment the medical unit already in place. This dedicated unit will allow physicians greater opportunity to provide surgical specialty and an expanded physical space capacity to care. Plus, additional patients will be able to receive a more specialized level of care consistent with their needs right in their home community.

“This exciting expansion illustrates Castle Rock Adventist Hospital’s ongoing commitment to our Castle Rock community and beyond, emphasizing that we are here for them when they need us most, ready and waiting with smiling faces and exceptional patient care,” said Brandon Nudd, CEO, Castle Rock Adventist Hospital. “We look toward the future with excitement as we become even more rooted in our community and are carrying out our healing ministry each day to support our growing community.”

Additionally, the expansion will foster new growth for Castle Rock’s associates and prospective associates who wish to provide care in a highly-specialized area. The additional clinical space will create an estimated 50 new health care career opportunities across the Castle Rock community.

With a projected completion of Fall 2021, this exciting expansion is part of Centura Health’s ongoing commitment to care for the Castle Rock community. In 2011, Centura built a free-standing emergency room and imaging center in Castle Rock. Then, as the needs of the community rapidly grew, Centura Health built Castle Rock Adventist Hospital in 2013. Today, the 55-bed hospital serves more than 18,000 patients in its Emergency Department and more than 3,000 individuals for in-patient care per year and is home to more than 600 associates.