GREELEY, Colo. – UCHealth plans to bring a new hospital and health center to Greeley, Colorado to provide convenient and comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services to residents in this growing area.
The UCHealth Greeley Hospital will provide 53 inpatient beds with room to grow and will include an intensive care unit, an emergency department, operating rooms, advanced cardiology services and a birth center.
The new hospital will be the anchor of a $185-million health campus project that will be built on approximately 22 acres southeast of U.S. 34 and 71st Avenue.
A separate outpatient health center is also planned for the campus. This medical office facility will consolidate many of the services UCHealth currently provides in the community, making care more convenient for patients. The services offered at the new health center will include primary care, oncology, cardiology, orthopedics, obstetrics/gynecology, pediatric care and many more specialties in addition to offering the most advanced lab, imaging and pharmacy services.
While most of UCHealth’s services at current buildings in Greeley will move to the new health center to ensure convenient care for patients, UCHealth will continue to provide a walk-in clinic, primary care services and occupational health services at the Greeley Medical Clinic, 1900 16th St., for patients who need this care in central Greeley. A separate $1-million renovation project in this facility will include approximately 15 exam rooms, improved imaging and lab capabilities by the end of 2017.
Construction on the health center is expected to begin this fall with an anticipated opening in late 2017. Construction on the hospital is expected to begin in early 2017 with an anticipated opening in late 2018.