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Same as the national average

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Above the national average


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2.8 / 5 from Google Places Reviews
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16420 HIGHWAY 24

Welcome Pikes Peak Regional Hospital and Surgery Center is located just outside Woodland Park, Colorado. A new, state-of-the art community hospital, PPRH offers the ...

Pikes Peak Regional Hospital is one of the critical access hospitals/facilities located in Teller County, CO.

Pikes Peak Regional Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Pikes Peak Regional Hospital 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

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Avoid this hospital unless you are about to bleed out. Wife at an "8" on pain scale with abdominal pain and was diagnosed with gastritis at 10 PM on a Sunday night. Tests run and we were sent home with a prescription for a gastrointestinal disorder. No one asked if she still had her appendix. She nearly died over the next few days!!!!! In reality, her appendix ruptured and she was rushed into surgery at Penrose Hospital. The surgeon stated her appendix was "obliterated" for some time. After 5 days in Penrose she was discharged and has been on antibiotics to combat the sepsis from the appendicitis. With her being in so much pain and an elevated white blood cell count, how hard would it have been to ask if she had her appendix? A simple CAT scan or directive to go to Penrose would have saved a lot of pain and near-death experience she had to suffer through because of their inability to diagnose or recommend immediate followup for testing. I have been told they do not run the CAT scan on Sundays, even though they state they are an ER hospital. This is a sometimes ER! Be warned about hospital shortfalls! (2 weeks ago)

In Mid December 2017, my husband was suffering a heart attack and I brought him into the Pikes Peak Regional and I have to say the hospital staff and all the doctors and nurses saved my husbands life. They worked on him for hours, I was never asked to leave the room. They treated us with such devotion and kindness. As it turned out they were unable to perform the procedure my husbands heart required and they had an ambulance take us to UCMemorial down in the Springs. My husband is now doing well and we are very pleased with all who attended to my husband. Thank you PPR for being here in Woodland Park. (3 months ago)

Last night I woke up unable to breathe. I couldn't drive, so my husband had to drive me and our kids down to this place, and it's over an hour away from us. They wouldn't let my family back with me, and basically refused to help me. Some fascinating quotes from my visit: "We won't test you for the flu, because all our tests come back POSITIVE" wait, what?? "We could give you a chest x-ray but if you do have pneumonia, we won't treat you. We only treat pneumonia in children under two or adults over 65." Excuse me?? Jim Henson /died/ from pneumonia. "Well you look fine." DID I ASK HOW I LOOKED? "Are you pregnant, or could you be?" I told them yes I could be pregnant, they never tested me. They asked me if I had a fever, I told them my temp when I left home was 99.8, to which the nurse rudely snapped, "that's not a fever, it's an elevated temperature, and we don't consider it a fever unless you're higher than 101°" Now I could understand their behavior if they were busy, if they had many people with missing limbs or hear attacks, but when I got there, the lights were off, and I was the only patient there. Excuse me if I cut into your Facebook time with my inconsiderate body refusing to breathe. But I'm sure that's not an issue. All they did for me? Gave me a half a teaspoon of cough syrup, ((I'm not kidding)) and sent me on my way with a prescription for more cough syrup. TL;DR: if you go to this hospital, they will refuse to treat you, but will gladly take your money. (3 months ago)

I was recently in this er for severe pain in the back of my neck and up my skull. It was to the point where I had lost mobility. After filling our paperwork I was ask to wait in the waiting room while they cleared a bed. Almost two hours later I was still sit ting there in extreme pain so I decided to go back in and ask what was going on. My file had been misplaced somehow so they didn't even remember I was out there. Upon this realization they put me in a room and told me to wait for a doctor. The doctor himself did do a descent job examining me and listen to my symptoms, however refused to do a CT to make sure nothing was wrong in my neck. Instead they diagnosed me with a tension headache, prescribed me muscle relaxers and sent me on my way. I was there a total of 5 hours for this care. This was Wednesday night, by Friday morning I was back in for not only the pain but also mass swelling all the way up my skull and down the left side of my face. I had a high temp, was vomiting and had blurred vision taking place. They rushed me in, did a flu test, strep test and took blood but once again refused to do a CT. After my mother got angry at their misdiagnosis of shingles, they said they could do nothing more for me than transfer me to memorial hospital. There I was admitted after a CT was done for a mass infection in my skull starting with my lymphnodes and damage to my neck. This could have been avoided if pikes peak regional did their job on Wednesday night. I will be filing a claim against them for this major lack of care. (2 months ago)

I don't need the owner's response. It's clear they won't change after all their previous unhappy patients. I wouldn't even give this ER one star if I could. I'm 52 years old, I took a fall off a ladder 14 feet in the air. I hit the back side of my neck on the top edge of my cabinet on the way down, which knocked me unconscious. Trust me, you'll be glad you went somewhere else. ER took an x-ray, which I told them was against my better judgement, but I allowed one anyway to satisfy what I'm sure is their liability & billing practices (cash patient). I asked them for an MRI on my neck as well, as I was certain nothing would show up in the x-ray (which it didn't). They refused and even went one step further to say they DIDN'T HAVE THE EQUIPMENT at the hospital to do an MRI - which was an OUTRIGHT LIE. They did an x-ray and gave me some awful immobilizer contraption which caused worse pain. Arrived in severe pain and tears. Left in worse pain and tears. Will NEVER return to this hospital for medical care. Two days later, still in severe pain, I had an MRI elsewhere. It showed that I have two severely herniated disks in my neck, and the disks above and below those where dangerously bulging. I have never been in so much pain in my life. I went back to the ER and asked to speak with the ER Director. Instead, they sent me the charge nurse on duty. Thanks. I calmly explained what had transpired in their ER, and what I finally found was REALLY wrong after having to seek medical care elsewhere. She literally shrugged her shoulders and told me their ER staff did what they were supposed to do. WORST Emergency Room I've ever been to. Oh, and they did nothing to alleviate the severe pain I was suffering. (6 months ago)

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