Centura to build 3 health, wellness centers
Last Updated: 15:39 March 11, 2014
Englewood-based Centura will build 10,800-square-foot health and wellness centers in Dacono and Thornton, and renovate an existing building in Westminster to a 46,000-square-foot health and wellness center.
The new health and wellness centers, scheduled to open this fall, will offer primary care, specialty services, diagnostic imaging and wellness services.
The centers will co-locate providers and services to help consumers use the health-care system more appropriately and manage their health from a wellness perspective, according to a company statement.
Each center will have physicians and mid-level providers for primary care, obstetrics and gynecology and a number of rotating specialists based on needs of the community, plus outpatient imaging services - 3-D mammography will be available only at the center in Westminster. They also will provide nutrition counseling and wellness strategies
The Dacono and Thornton locations, $7 million each, are funded by Catholic Health Initiatives, and funding for the $15.6 million Westminster center is made possible by Adventist Health System.
Construction on these projects begins this month. The centers are located at I-25 and County Road 8 (Summit Boulevard) in Dacono, 128th Street and Colorado Boulevard in Thornton, and U.S. Highway 36 and Church Ranch Boulevard in Westminster.
"Through the health neighborhood approach, we will provide these north Denver communities with more convenient, more comprehensive care, while setting a new standard of care that Coloradans will come to expect," said Jeff Brickman, president of Centura Health's Mountains and North Denver Operating Group. "Expanding our presence into these communities will ensure we are meeting the individual health needs of these fast-growing areas and providing consumers with the Total Health Solution, delivering optimal health care value."
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