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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Above the national average


Same as the national average

Patient Experience

Above the national average


Above the national average


Above the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average


AURORA, CO 80012

Full-service hospital, with resources for health care services, health information, physician referral and career opportunities.

Medical Center Of Aurora, The is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Arapahoe County, CO.

Medical Center Of Aurora, The does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Medical Center Of Aurora, The is a proprietary 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

Location and Directions


My daughter was seen here about 6 weeks ago. She is 13. We were staying in Aurora because we had a flight leaving Denver at the 7 the next morning. She came down with serious chills and a blasting fever around 10:30pm. I was incredibly frightened because the flu was all over the news. Medical Center was very close to our hotel. The staff was nice, but despite only being there for less than 3 hours, one chest x-ray, a strep test and 2 Advil and 2 Tylenol later, she was discharged. The doctor said she wasn’t going to do a flu test because it would cost me $1000 and even if it were positive we would treat it the same as a flu. I received the bill - over $5,000. I am truly depressed - my portion of the cost was $2,743. I work hard, don’t have a lot of money, and I’m not sure what I’m going to do. I was so worried about her and thank goodness she recovered well. However, I’ve reached out to billing and filed a grievance but haven’t heard a word from anyone since then. I cannot afford this and have asked to have these charges explained me, to no avail. I feel as though I need to go to a media watchdog at this point because I was taken so advantage of. I asked for an itemized bill - the chest x-ray was around $1,200, the strep test was well over $700 and just for entering their ER, frightened and scared (and we waited quite a while), I was charged $3,300!! No explanation of how this was a Level 3 emergency, but apparently that’s the charge for a Level 3. I can’t imagine if it had been a worse situation. Please help.. (a month ago)

I recently delivered my twins at The Medical Center of Aurora and everyone was amazing... so amazing that my husband and I asked to hire one of our nurses to help at home! It's evident that everyone who works there is passionate about the work they do. I especially enjoyed the massage therapist who came by my room after the babies were born! Lastly, if you're looking for an OB, Dr. Vanessa Gilliland is the best! She's energetic, fun and knowledgeable in her field. She took care of my babies and I like we were family. I HIGHLY recommend this hospital! (a month ago)

I’m thinking if I went in with my hair fixed, makeup on, I would have been treated differently. The security guard immediately said, “detox?” Really!!? Is it possible to let hospital staff know to be gentle and compassionate? I feel like I’ve never been treated respectfully. Maybe because of the way I look when I’m sick!? Makes me nervous to go back. PA Claire was nice though and the nurses were sweet. I just felt very judged the whole time. (a month ago)


I went to the ER two weeks ago after three different doctors told me to (my cardiologist, my neurologist, and my PCP). I have a heart condition and was experiencing frequent and extreme episodes of lightheaded ness, palpitations, and tightness in my chest. This hospital visit was a COMPLETE waste of my time. The took an x-ray, ran some blood tests and confirmed that I did not have a heart attack or blood clot. Then they took my copay and discharged me. They did not consult a cardiologist, or even notify my doctor that I had arrived. The doctor that was “treating” me (and I use the word treating very loosely here) kept asking me if there was anything that I have tried or wanted her to give me. Maybe if she had asked those questions to a real doctor or a cardiologist I would not still be suffering from the same problem two weeks later. Bottom line- if you’re not in critical condition the doctors here have no interest in helping you. They make sure you’re “stable” and send you home to suffer. (2 months ago)

I had to visit the Quest lab for drug screening prior to applying for an OTA course at my college. I called earlier to inquire if there was a preferred time to visit. They were very polite but said they never know, starts out calm but then can get busy in minutes. Since they said there was no one waiting at the moment I decided to head over. I walked in and was literally up next. The procedure was quick and the techs were professional. I would recommend this place for preemployment drug screening. (a month ago)

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