UCHealth Medical Center of the Rockies Trauma Center

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Your team
Nikole Stewart, PA-C
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Claire Pederson, MD
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Sally A Parsons, MD
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Christopher D Mitchell, MD
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Steven M Dubs, MD
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Trauma Center telephone numbers

  • For patient information, call 970.624.2500
  • For follow-up with your physician, call 970.203.7250
  • For Trauma Center administration, call 970.624.4160

Emergency Department: call 970.624.1600

A Level I trauma center.

The Trauma Center at Medical Center of the Rockies is a Level I trauma center. Expert trauma surgeons and other physicians, nurses, case managers, and technologists dedicated to trauma care stand ready 24 hours a day to provide our region’s top care for the critically injured.

Located at Medical Center of the Rockies, our region’s newest hospital designed for trauma response, the Trauma Center provides rapid response for severely-injured patients. Convenient highway proximity to I-25 allows for fast EMS access. Two helicopter landing pads (including one on the roof) also provide rapid access for patients transported by air.

As a Level I Center, we are a resource to other hospitals for trauma consultation and training. The Trauma Center is a referral center for hospitals in northern Colorado, southern Wyoming, and western Nebraska.

Poudre Valley Hospital, the regional partner of Trauma Center of the Rockies, provides Level III trauma services for our region.

Conditions we treat

We offer experienced trauma response and continuum of care for:

Broken bones


  • Closed fractures
  • Compound fractures
  • Geriatric hip fractures
  • Intra-articular fractures
  • Joint fractures
  • Open fractures
  • Pelvis and acetabulum fractures
  • Periprosthetic fractures
  • Simple and complex fractures


  • Patellar tendon rupture
  • Quadriceps tendon rupture


  • Polytrauma