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Development News www.castlepinesconnection.comNew hospital at Castle Rock Adventist Health Campus opens August 1By Elizabeth Wood West; photos courtesy of Castle Rock Adventist Health CampusOn August 1, Centura Health will open the doors of its new hospital at Castle Rock Adventist Health Campus, located off of Meadows Parkway west of I-25 in Castle Rock.The striking 212,240 square-foot facility joins the campus’ existing emergency room, Flight for Life helipad, and 60,000 square-foot medical office building. The full-service hospital features 50 acute care patient beds, operating suites, intensive care unit, cardiac lab, sleep lab, Manna restaurant, and community garden. The hospital offers exten- sive medical services in the areas of orthopedics (including joint replacement, sports medicine, and physical therapy), neurosciences (including neu- rosurgery and neurology), cardiology, gastroenter- ology, radiology, general surgery, and pediatrics. Women’s health services include state-of-the-art labor and delivery rooms, a level II neonatal inten- sive care unit, digital mammography, and DEXA bone-density scanning.The new medical office building has an ambula- tory surgery center for less acute surgeries that do not require inpatient support and resources, and an outpatient laboratory. Tenants include cardiolo- gists, surgeons, OB/GYNs, gastroenterologists,Main entrance of the new hospital.Centura Health’s new hospital opens on August 1 at Castle Rock Adventist Health Campus near The Meadows development in Castle Rock.pediatricians, physical therapists, oral/maxillofa- cial surgeons, and pediatric dentists.Castle Rock Adventist Health Campus will offer wellness programs and have an education center as part of its health awareness and community out- reach philosophy. The programs include running clubs, healthy cooking classes, community garden plots, and free bicycle rental for local rides.Christine Alexander, director of marketing and public relations for Castle Rock Adventist Health Campus said, “We see our role in the communityas not just providing quality medical services, but also promoting health and wellness. We named our 50-acre campus ‘Castle Rock Adventist Health Campus’ to reflect our vision that, in addition to acute and outpatient medical services, we will also provide numerous programs and services to pro- mote health and whole-person living. This is just the start and we’re excited to partner with the com- munity on other programs and services,” she said.To learn more about the Castle Rock Adventist Campus, visit

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