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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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"There was no comm device or button to let them know I needed help."
"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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Windy Mercer
2 months ago
I was thrown from a snowmobile on Christmas Eve last year. I was air lifted to the trauma center with numerous broken bones. I had two surgeries, two transfusions, and 5 weeks of care. I've never seen more professional Doctors, nurses, etc. I was in the hospital far from home. My husband and children had to return to work and school respectively. I was by myself, except for visits from canine volunteers and musical volunteers. It sure did help me mentally. My physical injuries were well taken care of by very caring nurses. I nominated four nurses for awards. I wouldn't do that lightly. If I ever need a hospital again, I hope that it is as good as St. Antony's.
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jake trahan
a month ago
Since when did going to the hospital entail condescending "doctors" and nursing staff that take 45 minutes to put in an IV? My wife had become extremely dehydrated due to vomiting so we decided to bite the bullet and go to the ER, in the staff's eyes it was a pretty cut and dry case, pump fluids and send us on our way with a light Zofran script, so why did it take 4 1/2 hours? And when my wife asked for help with nausea, vomiting and discomfort did it take 2 hours for any action other than billing to take place? How much are we paying for Healthcare these days? And how much does the hospital make on charging ridiculous amounts of money for simple products like a bag of saline ($600) is a little bit of service, some bedside manner and just little bit of hustle so much to ask? Way to go being exactly what's wrong with Healthcare, and America for that matter, I've had better service going to the VA!!!
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jfed469
2 months ago
My Mother was in this hospital for an accident. Her stay was pretty good, all the staff was nice except for one nurse named Jody. She was so very unfriendly when all we had was a question for her. This person should be a nurse in a correction facility, not a hospital. Her compassion is 0. Her attitude was 0. Her willing to help, again a 0. Don't forget this name: Jody, blonde, 5th or 6th floor I cant remember. Very, very snotty, and shouldn't be a nurse in the first place.
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peggy butler
a week ago
Excellent care! I was in the process of moving to Tampa Fl within days when a mass in my breast was found. It was large and had not been there a year ago. It needed to be assessed. Radiology had a very full schedule (a week before Christmas holidays)but managed to somehow to do my x rays and needle biopsy. This was necessary information for the surgery I just had. Great team work! I will be forever greatful😊
Leslie Fetchen
3 weeks ago
Woke up in the middle of the night with severe heartburn, and decided to come to the hospital. When the ambulance arrived at the hospital, there were 4 ER staff waiting for my arrival. Within a minute I had IV's, a blood draw, and an EKG going. Got admitted and moved to a regular room quickly. Had a cardiac cath procedure first thing this morning which diagnosed two blockages, and they put in stents to open the blockages. Every person was professional, warm, caring, and kind. Could not have asked for a more positive experience at any point. These are smart, engaged health care professionals who bring their brilliant minds, their bodies, AND their hearts to work. Gratitude for them all.
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Shayla Mullally
a month ago
The bedside manners at this hospital's ER were horrible. I was there over a year ago and to this day am bothered by how I was treated so that's why I am just now writing this review. I had a bad UTI on a Sunday and all of the Gynocologists offices were closed so I went to St. Anthony's ER. There was only one other person in the waiting room with me and they were helped pretty quickly. Over the next 40 minutes or so 4-5 more people came in and were helped before me even though I'd been waiting longer. No one was gushing blood or dying, everyone else who came in was seeking treatment for little stuff, like I was. So I moved to sit closer to the receptionists desk to remind them I was there and she had me move to a hidden, empty waiting room around the corner where no one could see me and I had to wait another 20-30 minutes. When I was finally taken back to a room I told them my symptoms (ordinary UTI symptoms) and after yet another almost hour wait the doctor told me I might have an STD if I was in "that much pain". Looking back, I honestly believe he just told me that to scare me for coming to the ER over a UTI. Everyone involved in my check up had the same attitude, they by no means took my pain seriously and took longer than any other doctor or Gyno I've EVER gone to help me. This was a horrible experience that still bothers me to this day. It is the only time I've felt belittled for seeking medical help and I will discourage anyone who asks me from going to this hospital.
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Tressa Forsti
2 months ago
After a depressing suicide attempt i had the unfortunate experience of coming to this joke of a hospital. Trust me if you want to die, COME HERE. If your hope is to live, go anywhere else. First they take my blood, come back thirty minutes later and say "were sorry it says your blood was entered in the lab but its just missing, we have to do it again" which is weird but i was so out of it. I have one friend there with me who is an EMT and agrees that its unusual that at 3 am when I am the only patient my blood sample goes missing. The best part is when 6 hours later they're letting me leave the psych ward, YES I WAS IN THERE 9 HOURS FOR A SUICIDE ATTEMPT, isnt the minimum at least 3 days? Regardless they ask if I have a safe ride home and I say sure can i see my phone in my stuff. Surprise, surprise, ITS MISSING. My favorite nurse, Chris, the same competent doctor who lost my blood (do you hear my sarcasm), then tells me i never had a cell phone in the er. I asked her how I gave her my moms number, the one i dont have memorized, if it wasn't out of my phone. I asked her about the phone call she watched me place to my sister while in the same room as her ON MY CELL PHONE. i have had the pleasure of speaking to Peg and Mel the LOVELY patient coordinators who say theres nothing about my missing blood ever existing (what a surprise) and there's never a phone in the log of items. Someone whether a nurse, or cleaning lady, or whomever stole a cell phone from a girl who was too out of it from trying to commit suicide. so please if you want to die COME HERE.
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arlene pellegrino
2 months ago
This might be an insurance thing, but grandson taken to ER for serious dehydration due to 48 hrs of throwing up. After many tests that came back OK, told to go home. I asked what about staying hydrated if he throws up everything. Could not even drink a sip! Told to go home anyway. Sure enough back in the hospital about 24 hrs later. Dehydrated again. Maybe all ER'S send most people home as soon as tests come back OK. St. Anthony's sent me home with a bleeding ulcer after first round of tests couldn't find anything. No heart attack, so go home. Back next day bleeding to death. Next time we will try Swedish!
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