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I was flown to St Anthony way back in 1-29-1984. I was shot in my head. I servived. 
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11600 W 2nd Pl Lakewood, CO 80228
11600 West 2nd PlaceUSColoradoLakewood80228
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"Got admitted and moved to a regular room quickly."
"Nurses and doctors do not feel the need to update their patients family."
"The doctor said my husband would put his life in his own hands if he left."
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Copper Head
4 months ago
Absolutely the best hospital in Denver metro area! I would definitely go back here again. The doctors, nurses are very good. They actually listen and try to solve the problem. Unlike Lutheran Medical Center, St. Anthony's doctor's are not egotistical, assholes! Thanks to all the people who cared for me during my stay. I am very grateful for your care.
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lisa Clements
a week ago
I have had to go to the ER more than I like. Everytime Ive been there the entire staff has been respectful, caring, and always makes sure I fully understand what the diagnosis is. Unlike Luthran they r thourogh they have gotten to the cause of my illnesses. I would've given one more star but I was recently left in my room for over an hour waiting for much needed meds and a ct scan. I waited almost 15 more minutes for anyone to answer my call when I pushed the call button. Maybe they were busy but it didn't appear to be. Anyhow if u want caring physicians and super nice nurses this is a good place to be.
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otter seven
7 months 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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Anton Ianakiev
4 months ago
i wish I could give them zero stars. Rude!!! Rude!!! Rude!!! I came in with a massive head injury and bleeding everywhere. They took my vitals and told me it would be 1 hour and I had 3 in front of me. 2 hours go by and I ask the guy up front how long it would be, the same person that told me an hour 2 hours before than, now is telling me there's 3 people in front of me and a 3 hour wait!!!! People kept coming in and they kept taking them right in front of me. He took one girl who got punched in the face by her boyfriend over me and she only had a black eye...while I was sitting there bleeding for 2 hours. Do yourself a favor and go to Belmar ER about 10 minutes away from there. There was no wait time and the staff s amazing.
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Janna Unnever
7 months 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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