At UCHealth, we do things differently. We help people live extraordinary lives. Whatever your health situation, our team of caregivers is here to help.

Longs Peak Hospital (LPH) features the latest technology and innovation, including virtual ICU, virtual sitter service, and tele-psych for behavior health services. Wearable technology allows us to monitor, blood pressure, pulse, respirations, and oxygen level on a continuous basis without disturbing patients.

LPH is a new, 51-bed community medical center providing a wide range of treatments, surgeries, and diagnostic tests for communities of the Longmont, Firestone, Frederick, Dacono, Erie and Mead.

Patient safety and care
Visiting hours
Public transportation
Environmental health and safety
LPH is a smoke-free campus

Our services

UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital is a Level III trauma center, able to care for serious emergency and traumatic injuries.

We provide cardiac catheterization, tele-stroke, and telehealth services. We also offer a wide range of primary and specialized health services, from surgery to birthing and neonatal intensive care to advanced cardiac care.

We feature an intensive care unit, medical/surgical unit, women’s care unit with labor and delivery rooms, as well as main operating rooms with robot-assisted surgery.

Our pharmacy, lab, and radiology services are available 24/7.

UCHealth Longs Peak Surgery Center, our new outpatient surgery facility, is right next door.

Patient and visitor information

Admission process
Staying at and visiting UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital

Grievance process

Concerns regarding your care

UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital strives to meet patients’ expectations for care and service in a consistent manner. Patients, or their personal representatives, have the right to submit a verbal or written complaint 24 hours a day.

Longs Peak Hospital and its governing Board have approved the following process to assist you with the complaint or grievances process.

Step 1: Prompt resolution for verbal complaints

Step 2: Filing a grievance

Step 3: Investigation

Step 4: Appealing the grievance

Step 5: Referral to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

For referring providers

For transfers, direct admits and consultations

Call DocLine at 1-844-285-4555 for consultation and patient transfers.

UCHealth’s DocLine is staffed with registered nurses who are available 24/7 to assist and facilitate all phases of transfer and consultation, including physician-to-physician contact, registration, bed assignment, facilitation of patient transport, and RN-to-RN reporting.

DocLine can also help you schedule patients for surgery, imaging, etc.

Also, Longs Peak Hospital has a number of Hospital Medicine physicians who care for your patients while they are admitted to the hospital.

Epic at UCHealth

For referring providers and offices that are existing users, access Epic Provider Connection (read-only web portal access).

Ways to give

Donate to Longs Peak Hospital Foundation

Volunteer

Leadership

Please visit this page to see the leadership at Longs Peak Hospital.