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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Above the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Same as the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Below the national average


DENVER, CO 80210

Centura Health-Porter Adventist Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Denver County, CO.

Centura Health-Porter Adventist Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Centura Health-Porter Adventist Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - church hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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I just had neck surgery done with Dr. Gaines and could not be more pleased with the hospital. The nursing staff on 1N was fantastic and attentive to my needs. They were prompt, friendly and available to answer all questions. The pre and post op nurses were equally friendly and concerned and answered all questions. Room service 'aka cafeteria' offered many delicious items and were quick to deliver my hot meal. This was my first surgery at Porter and although i hope to never need another one, if i did i would have no hesitations on coming back here! (a month ago)

WARNING: DO NOT GO TO THIS HOSPITAL!!! THEY WILL MESS YOU UP!!! I made the mistake of going to this hospital in November 2017. I had been quite sick for a while and went in to see what was wrong. They claimed it was a small amount of pneumonia. I was given medication and an inhaler. I wasn't told anything about them other than to just take them. I did. This was the 27th of November. These medications nearly cost me my life. I had returned to the ER numerous times (several times per week) due to increasing difficulty with breathing. I had felt fine until the night of the medications. Every time I returned they simply looked at me and rudely said I was probably over reacting and had some anxiety. To be fair, I know what anxiety and panic attacks feel like as I've suffered with them my entire life (and was once hospitalized due to an attack - at a different hospital). Porter just told me to leave. Another wheelchair ride back to the car with no answers or relief. I eventually completed the full inhaler (two puffs every 4 hours) and within several hours of not taking the inhaler noticed a good majority of my symptoms easing up (severe chest pain and throat tightness). I later finished the course of pills I was given. I felt noticeably better once I was done with the drugs and thought it would only be a matter of time before I was back to normal. Boy was I ever wrong. It's now May 1 and I am still extremely messed up with severe shortness of breath, throat tightness, chronic fatigue, and constant headaches, to name a few symptoms. I honestly felt better when I was sick in November just before making the mistake of going to the hospital. Now, I've had pneumonia before and nearly died from it (that time, when I arrived at the hospital - a different one in a different state - the doctors took one look at me as I entered the ER and they immediately rushed me back to a room). That first case of pneumonia that almost took my life cleared up within two weeks and upon release from that hospital (again, NOT Porter) I was feeling perfect. This time (2017/2018) I wasn't even admitted for an overnight stay and have since felt worse than I've ever felt in my entire life. I have since switched hospitals and have found new doctors and they are baffled as to what happened to me (I have been going constantly since the recent pneumonia). Unfortunately, I am now unable to work and I can barely do anything other than lie on the floor. Had I not made the worst decision of my life and gone to Porter and taken their drugs I most likely would have gotten better within a week and everything would be fine now. I have even thought deeply about suicide due to the constant pain and discomfort and inability to live my life thanks to the drugs I was given by the people at Porter. Because of this I am actually contemplating legal action against this hospital. If you have any illness or injury, no matter now small, do yourself a favor and DO NOT GO TO PORTER. SAVE YOUR LIFE AND GO ELSEWHERE!!! (2 months ago)

Wouldn’t send my worse enemy to this hospital. Took my girlfriend in to the ER for difficultlies with a new pregnancy and bleeding. The tech who was giving her ultra sound couldn’t even find her ovaries. Was left alone for 3 out of the 4 hours we were there! Had to beg to get a nurse to take out her IV that they didn’t even use just to let us leave. When I couldn’t be even more shocked by the horrible attendance of nurses and doctors, we were given our discharge papers and neither a doctor or nurse told us or explained any of the tests given. My girlfriend left angry, crying and confused. Take the time and drive to Swedish hospital it will save you time and money in the end (a month ago)

If I could give this hospital zero stars, I would. I came in after my friends bachelorette party and remember waking up laying on the floor in the emergency room and some nurse yelling at me. After they finally admitted me, I told them I thought someone might have put something in my drink because I felt so sick, but they didn’t do blood work or anything. They never gave me an IV to hydrate me or anything. Such a bogus hospital and rude staff. So glad I wasted my money to pay for such crappy help. Avoid this hospital at all costs. (a month ago)

I had my kidney transplant and hip replacement done at Porter Hospital. Everyone was so friendly and helpful. All questions wetree answered so I understood. (a month ago)

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