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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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"Afterwards my wife's care improved for the rest of her stay."
"Nurses and doctors do not feel the need to update their patients family."
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"If you live close enough that an ambulance may take you here, move."
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Jessica Hernandez
2 months ago
This is the worse hospital I have ever been to! I went about 2 weeks ago because I was feeling terrible. They did a strept check and very badly I might add. They jammed the swab into the back of my throat, I've had these checks before and I know for a fact that was not normal. It came negative and they sent me home. They didn't take any blood samples or anything. When they saw my strept test was negative they just told me I had a cold. I continued to feel worse and the medication they gave me for my cough didn't really help. I then was rushed to my home town because I began coughing up blood, turns out I actually had PNEUMONIA in my right lung! If I'm dying and I am at the entrance of this hospital I would rather go all the way to St Josephs in Denver. DO NOT GO HERE! YOU WILL HAVE A BIG BILL AND HORRIBLE DOCTORS! YOU WILL REGRET IT!
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Bigboomer1973
2 months ago
To start with the parking is a joke! For a medical facility of this size there should be three times more parking, and there is only valet parking at the main entrance and not at the other medical buildings where it is also needed. Of course it would help if the staff wouldn't use the close parking! The volunteers are nice enough and almost try to help, but they have no clue where anything is unless it has to due with surgery check in or the things within sight of where they sit. The nursing staff in the surgery prep area for the most part are nice and know what they are doing. Things change once on a patient care floor. The nurses act as if they are being inconvenienced when a patient calls for help of any kind, and that is when they show up 20 minutes later. In the three times my wife was there after surgery me and other family members would stay with her 24 hours to help her because the staff can't be counted on to respond in timely manner for the simplest of things, such as helping my wife to the restroom after telling her that she was to call for assistance (waiting 20 to 30 minutes to be helped is flat out insulting). When I confronted them about their pathetic level of care, I was told more than once that they were "short staffed". Come on, short staffed on three different times! During the third stay I did rip the nurses apart a complained to some nursing supervisor. Afterwards my wife's care improved for the rest of her stay. I was later disgusted when passing by one of the nurses stations and overheard two nurses complaining about a patient and making fun about how another patient spoke. If you can AVOID this place at all costs. I don't know if all Centura facilities are like this, but this hospital is the perfect example of what not to do and how not to treat patients. From my own experience following 2 heart attacks and going through a total of 7 surgeries stay with Exempla or HealthOne hospitals where they seem to actually care about the patients and take pride in providing top quality care. This may be one of the newest hospitals in the Denver Metro area, but it is quite possibly the worst place to go for any kind of health care need!
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Jenna Lin
7 months ago
I can only describe our visits here as an educator bringing my students here on field trips. The Flight for Life crew are wonderful and very informative and are great with the kids. I am glad to partner with them each year knowing they care deeply about our youth. Thanks, Flight for Life! Math Pioneers Ignite and Shades of Blue love you!
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Arlene Rivera
7 months ago
My mother recently fell and broke her hip and requested to be brought to St. Anthony's because of the excellent care they provided to a relative in the past and they did not disappoint. We were all in awe of the kind loving care our mother received from the Paramedics who picked her up to the Anesthesiologist who took the time to answer our questions and the Surgeon Dr. Rowland as well. The entire nursing staff on the 5th floor rate a AAA+++. We are grateful.
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Kayla Gile
a month ago
Nurses and doctors do not feel the need to update their patients family. My mom went in via ambulance after being oxygen deprived for 20 minutes before the emt could get a pulse for her. After taking her from the emergency room we were told the best place to be would be in the icu waiting room where they would come get us once they got her situated. Well 2 hrs later they still hadn't come to get anyone or give any updates. My sisters snuck into a door when it opened to get into where the nurse's station was and the nurse just said "Oh I've been meaning to come get you." Thanks for giving a shit St. Anthony's. Smh what a joke
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Michael flaska
2 months ago
Under staffed, lack of knowledge, and rude.....they will cost lives! There are some good nurses and docs but the majority is ruled out...if you come to this hospital help keep an eye on your loved one! !!
Harry Rhulen
10 months ago
I am at St. Anthony's right now. I have spent a lot of time in and around hospitals, doctors, etc. This is the nicest facility, with the most helpful and courteous staff I have ever seen. The quality of care is second to none. For your family, the restaurant and waiting areas are hotel quality. The rooms have couches and recliners. I don't recommend anyone going to the hospital, but if you have to go, this is the place.
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Aaron R.
10 months ago
This hospital is a disgrace. The last time I went in ( for a problem I have had for years, mind you) they asked me if I was suffering from withdraw (ie, I'm a junkie detoxing). Then they proceeded to leave me in a bed, half naked, no gown, no blanket. Put a bag of saline and some basic medication in me. The only time the "Dr" came by was to scream at me that I was forcing myself to vomit and threaten to put me in restraints. After a few hours, they discharged me (still with symptoms, mind you) I spent the night writhing in pain and went to Swedish the following day to get real help. The dehumanizing, degrading, incompetent treatment at this hospital is reprehensible. If you come here THEY WILL NOT TREAT YOU LIKE A HUMAN BEING! There is no hospital in the state more with lower standards of care or quality of treatment than St. Anthony's hospital.
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