It’s hard not to notice the construction happenings at the future St. Anthony North Health Campus at 144th Avenue and Interstate 25 in Westminster. And now the community has the opportunity to check out the progress during free tours every …
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It’s hard not to notice the construction happenings at the future St. Anthony North Health Campus at 144th Avenue and Interstate 25 in Westminster. And now the community has the opportunity to check out the progress during free tours every Friday.
During the tours, participants will hear from a senior level executive, enjoy a free breakfast and, last but not least, see firsthand the construction activity on the St. Anthony North Health Campus, a 350,000-square-foot health and wellness center connected to the St. Anthony North Medical Pavilion.
“The goal of the tours is to educate the community on services the campus will offer and to highlight the unique features of the campus including convenient drop-in daycare, healthy cooking demonstration kitchens, outdoor healing gardens and water features, private discharge exit with valet service, unlimited family and friends visitation and medication delivery to room prior to discharge,” said Christy Maraone, marketing and communications manager for St. Anthony North Medical Pavilion. “The new St. Anthony North Health Campus is designed with a patient-first focus. That’s why from surgery to physician visits, all rooms are conveniently located for a seamless customer experience.”
Last May ground broke on the campus and now the project is on schedule to be complete by late February or early Mach of next year. As construction continues, Sharon Burnett, marketing and communication director for the facility, said she’s heard tons of positive feedback from the community. The drop-in daycare facility and demonstration kitchen are just a couple aspects people are getting excited about she said.
Because the facility is considered a health campus, Burnett said the community will be experience much more than just the typical trip to the hospital. The center will offer access to primary care and comprehensive ambulatory services, as well as inpatient and outpatient services
“There are lots of components to this campus,” she said. “We want it to be a place of convenience for people, a place people can feel comfortable in while receiving high quality health care.”
Currently the St. Anthony North Medical Pavilion, which opened in September 2012, serves as the emergency and ambulatory department with 24-hour service. The pavilion also offers diagnostic services including MRI, CT, ultrasound, digital mammography and general radiology, laboratory services and a helipad for critical-care transport by Flight For Life Colorado.
For more information on attending a tour contact Maraone at ChristinaMaraone@Centura.org or at 720-627-0125 or visit www.stanthonynorthhc.org.
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