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Children's healthcare in Denver, Colorado

Each day we are inspired by the courage of hundreds of children and families receiving treatment in our network of facilities. Whether caring for an injured child in an emergency, performing minimally invasive surgery on a newborn or supporting a teen through cancer treatments, we are committed to providing the highest level of care for your child. We team up with you to help your child get back to their world fast, because together we are amazing.

Why people choose us

Our hospital is committed to offering advanced healthcare services with a compassionate, patient-focused approach in the Greater Denver community.

We live here and work here.

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We provide high-quality care.

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We're part of the Denver community.

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Awards and recognitions

  • Voted the Family Favorite Hospital seven years in a row by the readers of Colorado Parent Magazine
  • Our surgical program is recognized at the highest national level for exceptional, innovative care that exceeds safety and quality standards by the American College of Surgeons.

Leadership

David Donaldson — President & CEO
Anna Davis — Chief Operating Officer
Phillip Sensing — Chief Financial Officer
Andrew Weinfeld, MD — Chief Medical Officer
John Goerke — Chief Nursing Officer


Featured services

We are proud to offer your child and your family truly comprehensive healthcare services and programs. Some of our pediatric specialties include:

Emergency care

Our emergency department is open 24/7 to provide the medical attention your child needs for severe injury or illness. Featuring a dedicated team of hospitalists, nurses and specialists, our emergency room (ER) offers the advanced care your child needs when they need it most.

Learn more about our pediatric emergency services 

Congenital heart care

Our Congenital Heart Center provides a wide range of services for children and adults who were both with a heart condition. We also offer a specialized maternal fetal program for fetal heart conditions.


Surgical care

Offering advanced and minimally invasive surgical procedures in an array of specialties, our pediatric surgery program has made our hospital a destination for high-quality treatments.

Learn more about our pediatric surgery program 

Preparing for your visit

We strive to inform patients about financial expectations regarding healthcare services and prepare them for upcoming procedures.

Patient financial resources
Our hospital is committed to providing useful information to our patients so you can understand the financial side of your healthcare needs.
Register online
We know your time is valuable, so we offer convenient online registration for services such as surgical procedures, mammograms and diagnostic tests and treatments.
Advance care planning
When creating an advance care plan, there are several aspects to consider. That's why we've put together a set of guidelines to help you make your plan.

For visitors

We want our patients' visitors to be as informed and comfortable as possible. To do that, we provide information regarding our visitor services and policies, guest Wi-Fi access, community partnerships and other resources.

Visitor services and policies 

MyHealthONE allows you to manage all parts of your healthcare easily and securely

  • View health records — lab results, physician notes, imaging reports and more
  • View your post-visit summary
  • Schedule a follow-up appointment
  • Share your health records with a physician or caregiver
  • And more
Create an account 

Download the MyHealthOne app on the or

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