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UCHealth Pikes Peak Regional Hospital (PPRH) is located just outside Woodland Park, Colorado. Featuring all private rooms beneath a stunning view of America’s mountain, Pikes Peak, this beautiful facility truly provides the region a higher level of health care.

We are continually changing and growing in size, service and scope to meet the needs of Teller County and beyond. Even with these changes, one thing will remain the same: our commitment to providing compassionate, quality health care right here at home.


Patient information

Billing and insurance

UCHealth Pikes Peak Regional Hospital is pleased to offer a convenient online option for managing your hospital account. It’s easy to enroll, the service is free, and best of all, it’s available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, making it more convenient for you to keep your account current.

For questions about billing, please call  866.429.6045.

Financial assistance

Colorado Indigent Care Program (CICP) Sliding Scale Uninsured/self pay applicants will be assigned a “rating” based on their total income and resources. The rating determines the co-payment amount that will be charged to the applicant for medical services for a 12-month calendar year.

To be eligible, you must:

  • Be a Colorado resident, migrant farm worker, and a United States citizen or legal immigrant;
  • Have income and resources combined at or below 250% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL); and
  • Cannot be eligible for the Medicaid program or CHP+.

Financial counseling services are available by appointment Monday through Friday, 7:00 am to 4:00 pm by calling 855.843.3547.


Pikes Peak Regional Hospital is your partner in your health and wellness, and your choice for health information and resources.

Call HealthLink nurse advice line at PPRH at 719.444.2273

  • Free to all community members.
  • Call Center is open 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and closed on major holidays.
  • Outpatient laboratory and classes are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and closed on major holidays.

HealthLink at Pikes Peak Regional Hospital will:

  • Answer your health-related questions.
  • Provide advice on treating earaches, fever and other minor injuries/illnesses.
  • Help you find a physician.
  • Schedule the class or screening of your choice.
  • Provide information about Memorial programs and services.

In addition to a nurse advice line, HealthLink at Pikes Peak Regional Hospital provides classes, health risk analyses, screenings and other wellness programs.

Physician referral

New to the area? Need to find a physician who accepts your insurance? Need a specialist? We will help you find a doctor who can meet your health needs.

Health, Wellness, and Parenting Classes

Informative, affordable classes on nutrition, health-related topics, childbirth preparation, preparing for a baby, babysitting, weight loss and stress reduction are offered monthly.

50+ Club

Through this program, we provide those over age 50 with resources and reduced-price classes.

Home Companion Monitor Program

The home companion monitor is designed to signal a friend, relative or emergency services in case help is needed. This program serves El Paso and Teller Counties. Call 719.365.2260 for information or to schedule an installation.

Medical records

Visit My Health Connection to view your latest medical records online.

You may so request a printed copy of your medical records. UCHealth is required by law to obtain your written permission before releasing any copies. If you desire to receive a copy of your medical records.

Complete the Request for Medical Records form to make your pick-up request.

Patient care and safety concerns

If you have a patient care or safety concern that has not been resolved by hospital staff, you are encouraged to contact Pikes Peak Regional Hospital’s management team at 719.374.6067.

If your concern is not resolved by hospital management, you may call the Compliance Helpline at 877.898.6080.

Patient safety

At UCHealth Pikes Peak Regional Hospital, our goal is to help patients have a safe and positive hospital experience. We’ve put many safety measures in place to reduce falls, allergic reactions, infections, equipment malfunctions and medication errors. Still, there are some risks possible with any visit to a hospital. We believe that when patients and hospitals work together, we can lower the risk of accidents and improve the safety for all involved.

Research shows that patients who are more involved with their care tend to get better results. Communication with your health care providers is extremely important. Make sure you understand all aspects of your care, including tests, procedures, medications and other instructions regarding your medical condition. Speak up if you have questions and expect answers you can understand. You have the right to be well informed about the care you are receiving.

Here are some topics you should discuss with your health care providers to help make your hospital stay as safe as possible:

If you have allergies to certain medications, be sure to tell your doctors and nurses and ask for that information to be documented in your medical records.

Inform your health care providers of any medications you are currently taking, including prescription medications, over-the-counter medications, vitamins, minerals, dietary/herbal supplements, laxatives, pain relievers, sleeping aids, etc.

Ask all questions you have pertaining to medications that are prescribed for you. Make sure you understand what the medication is for, the dosage, directions for use, refills, storage, expiration, and what to do about missed dosages. Discuss any side effects or warnings associated with the use of the medication and what to do if you experience side effects.

If your doctor orders treatment or tests during your hospital stay, a member of your healthcare team will describe what you should expect during the procedure. You should discuss questions or any concerns you might have and ask for any information that makes you feel the most comfortable and confident about the care you are receiving.

Make sure you are clear about any instructions you are given when leaving for home, including recommended or limited activities, scheduling follow-up appointments and what medications you need to take.

Advance directives

An advance medical directive is a form that lets you plan ahead for the care you’d want if you could no longer express your wishes. This statement outlines the medical treatment you’d want or names the person you’d wish to make health care decisions for you.

Be aware that laws vary from state to state, and it may be worthwhile to talk with an attorney.

Writing down your wishes

An advance directive is important whether you’re young or old. Injury or illness can strike at any age.

Decide what is important to you and the kind of treatment you’d want, or not want to have.

Some states allow only one kind of advance directive. Some states put both kinds on the same form.

Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care

This form lets you name someone else to be your agent.

This person can decide on treatment for you only when you can’t speak for yourself.

You do not need to be at the end of your life. He or she could speak for you if you were in a coma but were likely to recover.

A Living Will

This form lets you list the care you want at the end of your life.

A living will applies only if you won’t live without medical treatment. It would apply if you had advanced cancer, a massive stroke, or other serious illness from which you will not recover.

It takes effect only when you can no longer express your wishes yourself.

Visitor information

For the safety of our patients, visitors and staff:

Visitors to patients staying overnight (inpatients) or to the emergency department, are required to check in to receive a visitor badge. Visitor badges must be worn at all times.

Please click here to see updated visiting information.

UCHealth Pikes Peak Regional Hospital welcomes families and friends to visit with patients at the hospital. We understand that having loved ones nearby can improve healing and help facilitate better care.

Visiting hours

General visiting hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Extended visiting hours may be arranged at the discretion of the patient’s physician and the nursing supervisor. Visitors may be asked to leave a patient’s room during tests and treatments.

Visitor parking

Free parking is located near the main hospital entrance. Limited parking is available for Emergency Department patients.

The Main and Emergency entrances offer convenient covered pull through areas for patient drop off and pick up.

Visitor waiting area

PPRH provides spacious and comfortable lobbies throughout the facility. Vending machines offering a wide range of snack foods are located near the cafeteria and emergency department.


Open to the public, our cafeteria is located in the basement. Serving breakfast and lunch, it provides a wide range of healthy selections, including daily specials, a salad bar, and a grill.

  • Breakfast: Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 am
  • Lunch: Monday through Friday,11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.