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11600 W 2nd Pl Lakewood, CO 80228
11600 West 2nd PlaceUSColoradoLakewood80228
(720) 321-0000stanthonyhosp.org
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St. Anthony Hospital is a Level I shock trauma center and offers innovative health care services in cardiology, stroke, neurosciences, orthopedics & oncology to patients across Colorado & the region.
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"Things change once on a patient care floor."
"Until his primary care doctor suggested he have a CT scan due to his symptoms."
"Nurses and doctors do not feel the need to update their patients family."
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Alison Kasney
2 weeks ago
I was taken here for emergency care and had two surgeries the month following. In the emergency room I was very well taken care of: nurses and doctors were all very sympathetic, one even nice enough to give me a hug while I was distressed (I had no friends/family with me). I constantly had someone with me and making sure I was comfortable and everyone I interacted with was very professional. For my surgeries, both times things went extremely smooth. Check-in and pre-surgery consultation were right on time and everyone was friendly and answered all my questions. Both times surgeries occurred right on time, and post-surgery care was phenomenal in that the nurses were super sweet and accommodating. The day before both surgeries I was contacted by two different people who were very thorough. I'm not a fan of emergency rooms or surgery, but I have always felt I was in extremely good hands here.
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Bryce Lockwood
a week ago
The staff at St. Anthony's was so wonderful! We had grandpa there in the ER and then for four days and they took such great care of him. They eased his panic when he thought he was dying. The staff was so professional and caring. Wow! They were proactive in finding the cause of Grandpa's pain. Their bedside manner was amazing. They took the time to listen to the patient and to the family members. The entire staff went out of their way to make sure they helped Grandpa. They also used humor, kindness and compassion to ease everyone's fears. The physical therapist, Natalie, gave Grandpa hope that he wouldn't need the walker. He had just run the Bolder Boulder a few weeks prior, but then developed medical problems while visiting the Grand Tetons. He is now healing and back to walking his dog around the park again much to his happiness. I would choose St. Anthony's over any other hospital in Colorado!
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otter seven
a month ago
This is very difficult to write because my father, Dr. James Ripepi, worked at St. Anthony's for decades. Dr. Ripepi was a neurologist, a physiatrist, PHD's in philosophy and theology. In fact, in addition to being a medical doctor, Dr. Ripepi taught at St. Thomas seminary. Smartest man in that hospital. THIS PLACE IS HORRIBLE! I am writing specifically about the staff in the emergency room. Their bedside manner is despicable, communication with family members non-existent, and an arrogance that is unbelievable. I was told repeatedly that my sons care was being affected because my ex-wife's mother had the audacity to question the lack of care that was so evident. She is a registered nurse. The entire experience was terrible and to involved to explain in full here. In short, do not stay because your family and friends will pay...maybe with their lives.
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Janna Unnever
a month ago
Unfortunately they don't follow their core values as listed on their website. A female nurse was extremely rude to my father when he explained he wanted to leave their care to go back and see his own cardiologist. He understood the risk, but felt well enough to travel back and explained that it was nothing that the hospital had done and that he respected and understood what the doctor's and nurses were saying. The nurse immediately got a tone and became aggressive and angry about his decision When he signed the paper work so he could be released the female nurse lectured me how I should be scared out my mind that he is leaving and that he was going to die in transit. I understand they want to make sure he is well, but there is no need to bully and intimidate me, especially since it is not my decision. Then the female nurse wouldn't help him remove any of the monitoring pads and told him he could do it himself. When she finally came back to help get the stint out of his arm she didn't apply pressure to the cotton ball after removing it and allowed blood to drip out on the floor on his bag and then proceeded to leave. As we left she wished us good luck and finally noticed his arm had been bleeding and made weak effort to check if he was okay. The centura health clinic was a lot better then the hospital care we received here. We were disappointed. Luckily my father made it safely back home without any complications and now is receiving treatment from his cardiologist. Although that specific female nurse tainted the experience, a male nurse named Mark, who worked with my father the previous night, left a wonderful impression that showed the values I wish the other female nurse had had.
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Rich Poveromo
a week ago
Great hospital. Spent 4 days on the 6th floor with wonderful, caring staff. They could not have been more accomodating. My husband was taken care of very well and sent home to continue his healing. Thank you, St Anthonys, in Frisco as well. Great Dr.s and nurses!
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No Name
2 weeks ago
This is seriously a corrupt Hospital. I had worked here and the things I've seen would make you disbelieve the nonprofit Spirit of this Hospital. Stealing money, hiding money, abuse of power. I would never ever recommend a family member to step foot into this Hospital.
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K Spencer
a week ago
(Update 7/14/16: Have been making payments to them as agreed and they sent my remaining balance to collections without telling me. I found out cause I called to ask why my payment hadn't cleared my account yet....Go somewhere else if at all possible....) My rating is not because of the care I received, but because of the ineptitude of the hospital to tell me how much it was gonna cost. I have a high deductible plan from my employer so everything is out of my pocket up to a certain amount and I made them aware of that right off the bat. I was not told there would be a separate bill for the Doctor, the estimated amount I was quoted was $1,000, and they charged me for a full tetanus shot instead of a booster which is all I needed. The first billed amount was $2050 from the hospital, and then I received another one later for the Doctor's services for $536.... $2500 for 7 stitches in a finger...? If I need medical assistance, I will not be coming here again. (I've worked in an ER, ICU, CCU, and OR. this is not how its supposed to be.)
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Christine Y
2 months ago
Friday morning I landed on my arm wrong bouldering and completely dislocated my right elbow. There was excruciating pain, numbness in right arm- looked funny and I didn't want to lose it or move it. All I wanted was for my arm to be put back together. When my ambulance arrived at hospital 4-5 people worked on me and I was immediately put in a room. Everyone was pleasant, reassuring, professional and made me feel comfortable. I knew I was in good hands. 1 hour later my arm was back together and in a wonderfully wrapped splint and I walked out the hospital. Gave me prognosis and after care instructions including after care referral. Bill has not arrived but at that moment I did not care about cost- all I wanted was for my arm to be put back together, fast. And for that they were amazing.
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