Acute Care Hospitals
Voluntary non-profit - Private


1801 16TH STREET, GREELEY, CO 80631
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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Same as 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

Same as the national average


1801 16TH STREET

North Colorado Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Weld County, CO.

North Colorado Medical Center does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

North Colorado Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - private 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


I had surgery here to have my gallbladder removed. The staff were all WONDERFUL and the surgery went well! They went out of their way to accommodate my family and I. They're very kind people. I would definitely come back for another surgery or whatever else is needed at this hospital. Thanks so much!!! (a month ago)

Such a good staff and nurses were great. Only reason I'm not giving 5 stars is after my lythotripsy I had to return because the stint caused a lot of pain and blood. that doctor was a real jerk, even the nurses didn't like how I was treated. Any other time they have been great. (a month ago)

NCMC and Banner Health are the best! I am so thankful that we chose this group and hospital! Labor and delivery and post-partum exceeded all my expectations and I couldn’t be more happy with the high level of quality and care that I received. Dr. James Summers, Chelsea, Karen, Nikki, Diana, and Heather are some of the amazing staff that went above and beyond the call of duty! The breastfeeding clinic continues to be an invaluable resource! (a month ago)

This review is long overdue, as I have had two separate experiences with this hospital, one as a patient, and the other as a family member of a patient. Let me also preface this review by saying that as the son of a disabled father, I have had more experiences with hospitals than more people should, so I know the difference between a good one and a bad one. My first experience with NCMC was in November of 2016, when I broke my leg in three places. The ER, which I arrived at around 9 PM, was staffed with friendly and caring people, and was very quick in getting me seen and eventually admitted. I had surgery the next morning, and felt very comfortable, informed, and taken care of the whole time. Perhaps the best example of the staff going above and beyond for me was the way they communicated with my parents before, during, and after the surgery, who were 1000 miles away and had no way of coming to Colorado. The nurses called my mom and informed her with every new development, and the surgeon (Dr. Gardener) himself took time to call my mom after the surgery was over to explain what he did and how it went, and that made her fell infinitely better about not being able to be there. After surgery, I was made very comfortable, and was home the next day. My second experience with NCMC was when my grandpa fell while visiting for UNC's graduation in May of 2017. He broke a rib and suffered some severe bruising, and was at NCMC for three days. My family was amazed with the care and services that NCMC provided, and they made sure my grandpa was ready for the trip home before he was released. All in all, words can't express how thankful I am for the way myself and my family have been treated at NCMC, and while I hope to not have to go back, I know that if I do, my loved ones and I will receive the best care from the best hospital staff in Northern Colorado. (a week ago)

Full service hospital and associated health services in one campus. Parking can be difficult at times. A Banner Health facility. Excellent pathology department. Mental health staff are less than competent. In fact, the staff member in question lied repeatedly to myself, my wife, and my daughter regarding her condition. He forced her into a 3 day psychiatric hold the day before Christmas because he became angry at ME when I dared to disagree. HR was notified and covered the entire incident up. Food in cafeteria is really bad, hard to get "cooked to order" when they claim they don't speak English, potatoes were burnt and inedible, eggs were undercooked. Surgical staff are professional and friendly. (4 months ago)

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