**If you require emergency medical attention, call 911.
A Level IV Trauma Center.
As a CDPHE-designated Level IV Trauma Center, our goal in trauma care is to emergently treat and stabilize injured patients and facilitate transport, when appropriate, to UCHealth Memorial Hospital Central.
We provide 24-hour emergency services that meet the needs of acutely ill patients of all ages. Board-certified trauma surgeons and other physicians, emergency-credentialed nurses, case managers, and technologists dedicated to trauma care stand ready to provide our community with top care for the critically injured. We offer experienced trauma response and continuum of care for a variety of traumatic injuries with an emphasis on patient safety and comfort.
Trauma can be a life-changing event, but with excellent care, we can help our patients move forward. We personalize a treatment plan for each of our patients, working with them, their family and the team of doctors who will take over their care.
As a Level IV Trauma center, we serve our local community through our ability to manage patients sustaining minor to moderate injuries. Critically injured patients are transferred to tertiary trauma centers or other specialty centers such as pediatric or burn centers.
What we do
- Assessment and stabilization.
- Hospital admission or transfer, as appropriate.
- Comprehensive, advanced radiology and lab diagnostics.
- Trauma surgical expertise.
- Patient education and discharge planning.
Refer a patient
Call DocLine at 1-844-285-4555
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.
Injury prevention and outreach
UCHealth demonstrates community health leadership by providing and participating in a broad range of local community health initiatives and programs. These programs and services are designed to help communities on their path to health.