Boulder Community Health is implementing a comprehensive multi-year development strategy to transform the way BCH provides medical care.
Consolidation of Services at Foothills Hospital
Boulder Community Health has consolidated the majority of inpatient acute care services at Foothills Hospital, located at Foothills Parkway and Arapahoe Avenue in east Boulder, a site that improves access to critical services for most residents of Boulder County. This includes surgery, imaging and laboratory services, and inpatient care for patients with heart disease, cancer, neurological issues and orthopedic injuries. Since 2011, more than 100,000 square feet of clinical space has been added to Foothills Hospital, along with additional medical office space. This process was completed on October 9, 2014.
ER Closure at Boulder Community Hospital
As part of this consolidation of services, the Emergency Department at Boulder Community Hospital at Broadway and Balsam has closed permanently.
Foothills Hospital features a newly renovated and expanded Emergency Department that is easily accessible via Foothills Parkway and Araphaoe Avenue, making it more accessible for many people. All emergency services, including our Regional Trauma Center and Primary Stroke Center, are provided at Foothills Hospital.
Inpatient Services Still Provided at
Boulder Community Hospital
The following inpatient services are still provided at Boulder Community Hospital:
We plan to relocate the outpatient services and business operations currently provided at the Mapleton Center for Rehabilitation. We expect to have all services relocated by the end of 2015.
In December 2013, the Mapleton Center was sold for $12.9 million. We will continue to use Mapleton (via lease) through the end of 2015.
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