Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center is a 680-bed HCA Healthcare facility located in the Uptown neighborhood of Denver. An affiliate of HealthONE, the largest healthcare system in Denver, Presbyterian/St. Luke's is known for its Cancer Center that features the largest Bone Marrow Transplant Center in the region.
The hospital is home to a Spalding Rehabilitation Unit that specializes in physical therapy, occupational therapy, cancer rehabilitation, and more. The rehabilitation staff is fully committed to providing compassionate, high quality rehabilitation care that allows patients to return to their daily activities.
The facility offers a wide array of additional services, including emergency care, pediatric care, and heart and vascular care. Presbyterian/St. Luke's has also earned many awards and accreditations, such as recognition as a 5-Star Kidney Transplant Program by the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients and being named a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures by The Joint Commission. Staff members say the best reasons to work for this facility are its family-like atmosphere, focus on patient and employee satisfaction, and the opportunities to learn new skills.
Uptown Denver is home to many attractions, like the city's largest green space at City Park. Foodies will enjoy Restaurant Row, a stretch of Uptown that features endless dining options. With the Denver Zoo and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science close by, there's something for everyone in Uptown Denver.