St. Anthony Central Hospital
St. Anthony Central Hospital is one of four Level I Trauma Center's in Colorado. The Hospital is located at W. 16th Ave and Raleigh St, in the West Colfax neighborhood of Denver. St Anthony's Central is part of Colorado's largest health network, The Centura Health Network.

History
Starting as a dream of the sister's of St. Francis, The hospital was opened in 1892. and dedicated on June 13, 1893. The current building was erected in the 1940s . As of May, 2009, the hospital is constructing a new 30-acre (120,000 m 2) campus, located in Lakewood, which is expected to be complete by late 2010. The new campus will be near the Denver Federal Center at 6th Avenue and Union.

Emergency Medical Services
St Anthony Flight for Life service began in 1972. Flight for Life was the first airborne ambulance service in the nation. The nation's first EMT and Paramedic academy was started in 1974 at St Anthony Central. St. Anthony Central provides medical directorship to over 50 Prehospital Agencies, to include Fire Departments, Ambulance Services, Search and Rescue Organizations, and certain Law Enforcement Agencies

Building Activity

  • Erick McKesson
    Erick McKesson commented
    People of Sloan's Lake have high hopes that the old site will become a multi-use commercial-residential development. Bring up property values on the south side of the lake....
    about 6 years ago via Mobile