Denver Health’s Outpatient Medical Center: A Commitment to Our City’s Health Needs
Denver Health’s new Outpatient Medical Center aims to increase the hospital’s patient capacity to provide advanced outpatient care, meeting current and future needs of our growing, vibrant city. As Denver Health provides medical care to nearly one-third of Denver’s population, offering primary care, and preventative and acute care services, our expanded health care facility is just another extension of our commitment to making our community a healthy place to live.
What the Outpatient Medical Center Will Offer
Denver Health’s Outpatient Medical Center centralizes numerous services under one 293,000 square foot roof, in an easy-to-access downtown location. It includes a day surgery center, a new location for our Adult Urgent Care Center, expanded pharmacy, lab services and radiology. See all of our service offerings below.
The state-of-the-art building greatly enhances Denver Health’s ability to provide treatment for heart disease, cancer and diabetes as well as providing orthopedics, behavioral health, dental and oral health, and offer expanded services for eye exams and physical therapy.
Consolidating these clinics will free up much needed space around the Denver Health campus, allowing the hospital to boost primary care services, increase the number of inpatient psychiatric beds and provide the capability to double the number of operating rooms.
Impacting Community Care
Denver Health plays a critical role in the health care system for the entire Denver metro area. Its commitment to the state and the city is to provide health care for all residents, regardless of insurance coverage or ability to pay.
Benefits offered by the Outpatient Medical Center include:
improved access to care for patients,
greater convenience to parking, localized health services and pharmacy needs,
enhanced patient experience with state-of-art facility and equipment,
and affordable health services
Departments That Are Scheduled To Move to the Outpatient Medical Center in 2021
Free Parking at the Outpatient Medical Center
Free patient and visitor parking for the new Outpatient Medical Center will be conveniently located directly behind the building, at 645 Acoma Street. There are more than 650 new parking spaces available at no charge to patients. The new parking allows patients to get to and from their appointments safely, without having to cross any major streets.
Dining Options at the Outpatient Medical Center
When the new medical center opens, it will include a new café driven by a local, community-based partnership, with graduates of the Emily Griffith Technical College’s culinary programs leading its ownership and operations. The OMC Café will offer a variety of fresh and convenient grab-and-go items, as well as hot sandwiches and soups, and beverages.
Denver Health Campus Map: Current Clinic Locations and Relocation