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Personalized healthcare services in Englewood, Colorado

A Level I Trauma Center and an acute care hospital with 504 licensed beds, Swedish Medical Center cares for more than 200,000 patients annually with a team of over 2,000 dedicated employees, 500 volunteers and more than 1,400 physicians. A part of the HealthONE network, we are an award-winning, nationally recognized destination hospital known for exemplary medical care, including world-renowned neurological care.

Why people choose us

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

We live here and work here.

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We provide high-quality care.

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We're part of the Englewood community.

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Capabilities


Accreditations

  • American College of Radiology accreditation for our freestanding Swedish Medical Center - Southwest ER
  • American College of Surgeons National Commission on Cancer accreditation
  • American College of Surgeons National Accreditation for Breast Centers
  • American Heart Association (AHA) recognition for our commitment and success in implementing a higher standard of care for heart attack patients, improving the survival and care of our ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) patients
  • The Joint Commission Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center certification
  • The Joint Commission certification in coronary artery disease, open heart surgeries and heart failure

Leadership

Ryan Tobin — President and CEO

Karl Leistikow — Chief Operating Officer

Jaya Kumar, MD — Chief Medical Officer

Dena Schmaedecke — Vice President, Human Resources


Featured services

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

Neuroscience center

Our hospital is the flagship facility for our award-winning neurological program that exceeds standards for stroke treatment and robot-assisted neurosurgery

Learn more about our neurological care 

Cancer care program

Our nationally recognized oncology program is partnered with the Sarah Canon Institute and is a destination hospital for comprehensive cancer treatment.

Learn more about our oncology care 

Trauma center

Our Level I Trauma Center has specialized capabilities to treat orthopedic injuries in adults and children, as well as a specific pelvic injury treatment program.

Learn more about our trauma treatments 

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 

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