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Urgent Care: 7am – 9pm
Urgent Care and ER. Together at last. Always open.
Our new Emergency & Urgent Care facilities have both emergency services and urgent care in one location right in your neighborhood.
Centura Health Emergency & Urgent Care centers have:
Whether you’re injured, have abdominal pain, or a cough that just won’t go away, come to us. You’ll get hospital quality care right in your neighborhood, right when you need it. And unlike traditional urgent care, you’ll always be seen by a doctor.
If you already have a primary care physician, we’re here for you after office hours and on weekends. As part of the Centura Health network of care, our nurses can easily access your health records to see test results or check that prescription you can’t pronounce.
After the physician evaluates you, you’ll be told if the recommended treatment is emergency care or urgent care. So you’ll know what to expect. In a typical emergency room, you’ll be charged emergency level prices no matter what – even if you don’t require emergency level care.
If you believe you have a life-threatening emergency, call 911.
Note: For billing inquiries at this facility, contact the Patient Advocate.
* Urgent Care is available from 7:00a m - 9:00 pm. Centura Health Emergency & Urgent Care locations accept major insurance plans. Check your individual policy for co-pays and to determine individual financial obligation.
Are urgent care and ER hours the same? Are they both available 24/7?
Urgent care is available:
Who staffs the emergency and urgent care locations?
Care at an emergency and urgent care location is provided by Centura Health-affiliated Board Certified emergency physicians, emergency-trained nurses, radiologic technologists and other clinical specialists.
Do I need to make an appointment?
No, our emergency and urgent care centers are open 24/7, and appointments are not needed.
What types of services does Centura Health Emergency & Urgent Care provide?
Our Emergency & Urgent Care centers are able to treat all urgent and emergency medical conditions including, but not limited to chest pain, respiratory issues, head, sports and orthopedic injuries, abdominal pain, dehydration, and lacerations. Patients are seen in private exam rooms and every center has digital x-ray, ultrasound, CT scan, EKG and lab on site.
Do all Emergency & Urgent Care locations accept all insurance plans?
Yes, Centura Health Emergency & Urgent Care accepts all major insurance plans. Most insurance plans include an urgent care/emergency room co-pay and/or co-insurance requirement for these types of visits. Consumers should review individual plan benefits to determine individual financial obligations and to confirm Centura facilities are in-network.
Are Centura Health emergency and urgent care locations licensed emergency rooms?
Our emergency and urgent care centers are licensed as Community Clinics and Emergency Centers and meet Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment licensure requirements. They are staffed by Centura Health-affiliated Board Certified emergency physicians, emergency-trained nurses, radiologic technologists and other clinical specialists.
Is an emergency and urgent care center different from an urgent care center?
Yes. Emergency and Urgent Care Centers are staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week by Centura Health-affiliated Board Certified emergency physicians, emergency-trained nurses, radiologic technologists and other clinical specialists and they provide consumers with emergency and urgent care services in the same facility. A typical urgent care is not equipped to treat emergency conditions and would have to send more acute conditions to a hospital emergency room.