Northern Colorado Long Term Acute Hospital
If you’re looking for a critical care hospital for you or your loved one, we hope you will consider Northern Colorado Long Term Acute Hospital. We are a critical care hospital providing long-term acute and critical care to patients recovering from serious illnesses or injuries in Colorado, Wyoming and Western Nebraska.
We are passionate about patient care and consider it a privilege to provide services to patients and their family members in Colorado, Wyoming and Western Nebraska.
We strive to create a healing and nurturing environment while providing high-level, critical care services to our patients.
Critical Care Team
Our specially trained medical professionals work as a team, which is dedicated to helping you or your loved one through the recovery process.
At Northern Colorado Long Term Acute Hospital, we provide comprehensive critical care services to people recovering from disabilities caused by injuries or illnesses.
Learn More About our Critical Care Services
At Northern Colorado Long Term Acute Hospital, we strive to create healing and nurturing environments for our patients to address medical, emotional and social needs.
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What Patients Are Saying About Us
“The whole time my husband has been with you, every nurse and doctor and everyone that has taken care of him, has been amazing!! I cannot thank you all enough for the wonderful services you have provided!! This has been a very scary and hard time for our family and everyone has been amazing to our whole family!! There are not enough words to express my gratitude!!”
“I’ve been around to other care facilities. Meanwhile, I had seen what those places are like. It’s hard to compare anything to this. It’s like a step above. I’m not the same person I was before, but I’d like to think I’m a better person now. I’m a miracle.”
“I attribute the care of this facility to saving my life. When the patient is sick, the entire family is sick. The staff here recognizes that. They can’t treat a patient without giving respect and dignity to family members. The staff members became friends and really like family. They show an ongoing interest in my well-being.”
“They give you rewards for everything you accomplish. I think that helps you go on. They made you so proud of what you were doing. It just kept you going. One of the proudest moments I had was the day I left. The pride you get when you stand at the doors and see the people that took care of you and are ready to send you home to take care of yourself.”