About Swedish Belmar ER
Swedish Belmar ER offers full-service emergency care, while maintaining the high standard of quality urgent medical care that is available at our main hospital campus, Swedish Medical Center.
Freestanding emergency care
Swedish Belmar emergency room (ER) provides exceptional emergency care for all ages. When you or your family member come to us for urgent needs, you will be seen by board-certified physicians with specialty physicians on-call for consultation. As an affiliate of Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, children who visit the ER will be comforted by our compassionate nurses with pediatric certifications.
We provide radiology services to emergency patients and outpatients on a walk-in basis. Conveniently located inside the ER, our radiology department offers standard X-ray and computerized tomography (CT) services with 24-hour availability. With an American College of Radiology accredited CT scanner, we are able to treat you using the lowest radiation dose.
Frequently asked questions
As a freestanding emergency facility, we understand that you may have questions about our operations, as opposed to our main hospital campus. Read on for answers to some of our most frequently asked questions. If you have any additional questions about our services, call our team at (720) 417-7200.
Do ambulances come to the ER?
We are equipped to receive ambulances. Just like the main Swedish Medical Center ER and the Swedish Southwest ER, we seek to provide a seamless transition of care when someone arrives by ambulance. We also recognize our proximity to residential communities, and ask our EMS partners to minimize disturbances caused by lights and sirens when possible.
What happens if I need to be admitted to the hospital?
Our ER is fully integrated as a department of our main hospital campus. If your treating physician determines that you require admission to the hospital, we arrange ambulance transport directly to an inpatient room. There is no fee for ambulance transport if you are being admitted to Swedish Medical Center. However, if you choose to be admitted to another hospital and require ambulance transport, your insurance company will be billed.