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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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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 weeks ago)

I went in last week at 2am due to flu complications I couldn't breathe very well. The nurses and staff were very friendly, actually that was first time I have gone into a hospital in a long time and felt very comfortable. The only part that sucked was that there was a lot of construction and couldn't tell where to park, but they do have free valet parking. On our way out it was hard to find the valet person and where they park the car. Overall it's was the staff that made me feel OK and no one likes going to the hospital especially that early in the morning. (2 months ago)

I would be very careful and have support when going to this hospital. Was dirty, no real structure and many just want a paycheck and lack passion with what they do. Upper management is useless and many employees have stated that which contributes to that I'm sure. A true nightmare of an experience. I have medicare, but I wouldn't be surprised if you get a large bill like I did because they want more funds and Centura is facing legal issues. It's easy to see and maybe it depends on who you are, but only one nurse actually cared and was even cleaning which he shouldn't have to do. That speaks volumes! (a week ago)

I recently had a thr (total hip replacement), in September, 2017, and it took place at Porter Adventist Hospital. My doctor performs his hip replacement surgeries there, so off to Porter I went. My surgery was on Monday, and I was released on Wednesday of the same week. While at Porter, my care was absolutely wonderful! Everything, from the initial check in, to the wheeling of me out (in a wheelchair), when I was released, was flawless. Every person that I came into contact with, was professional, caring, friendly, listened to all of my concerns, and my families concerns too. They answered all of my/our questions. I knew from the moment that I walked in, that I was going to be taken care of. I had OT and PT while there, and both of these people (both women) were absolutely wonderful! The tips and help they provided me were incredible, and so useful for me. I am still using all of the wonderful knowledge and tips they gave me, as I am still recovering at home. The hospital is clean, nicely decorated and well thought out. There is plenty of parking for visitors. The garage is labeled with a huge sign that is labeled "Visitor and Patient Parking," and it's free to boot! While there, I could place my order for whatever I wanted to eat, off of the provided menu. The food was always delivered within a short amount of time, and it was always hot. My husband said the cafeteria wasn't bad either. My room was only my room, I didn't have to share it with anyone. There was plenty of seating for any visitors, with an individual recliner type chair, and a two seater couch. The room, rather the floor, was quiet, and I appreciated that as well. Yes, I was in the Joint Replacement Wing. I would think the other wings of the hospital are the same thing. Porter Adventist Hospital is an excellent hospital. I highly recommend Porter Adventist Hospital, if you are ever in the need for a hospital, which I hope you are not. Here's to your good health! Thank you for taking such good care of me, Porter, it is truly appreciated! Kimberly (3 weeks ago)

I recently had to come visit my grandmother in this hospital. She had a stroke and had been brought by ambulance. I can not say enough wonderful things about the staff. They were all so thoughtful and caring and even brought trays of food for free for my family who had been waiting all day. My grandmother passed away a little over 24 hours after her arrival. I was allowed to stay with her and grieve as long as i needed and the staff didn't bother me and asked if i there was anything i needed or that they could do. They were always very courteous of me and my family. It was so nice especially during such a difficult time. I also love that this hospital is not super modern like most hospitals. I loved that. Made me feel more comfortable somehow. Keep up the good work and thanks for taking such good care of my grandmother and my family. (7 months ago)

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