Patient-first emergency care Denver, CO
Swedish Medical Center provides the greater Denver, CO area with three conveniently located emergency rooms. Our main campus ER at Swedish Medical Center is located in the Englewood community, while our two established affiliates, Southwest ER in Littleton and Belmar ER in Lakewood, provide access to emergency care across South Denver. All of our Denver ER facilities are available for you 24/7. Here at Swedish, we always put your health needs and expectations above all else, and that includes giving you access to medical treatment when you or a loved one need it the most.
No one gets better in the waiting room!
Our newly renovated emergency room at Swedish Medical Center’s main campus was redesigned with the patient in mind. We pride ourselves on having short wait times at our Denver-based emergency room, in fact, 95% of our patients are taken directly to a treatment room upon arrival. Our commitment to efficient, high quality care is what sets us apart. If you or someone you know is in need of emergency care, our doors are always open.
The contact information for Swedish’s main emergency care facility is as follows:
We are equipped to treat patients with the most complicated injuries and illnesses. Our emergency doctors and support staff partner with patients to address questions, discuss concerns and provide treatment effectively and thoroughly. We provide a range of services and care for more than 54,000 patients annually. Our facility includes:
- Board-certified adult and pediatric emergency medicine physicians
- Experienced nurses with Certified Emergency Nursing (CEN) credentials
- A panel of board-certified specialists
- Three dedicated trauma rooms – one specifically engineered and equipped for children
Awards and accolades
Swedish Medical Center’s Director of Emergency Services, Vicki Owens, was awarded with the HCA Clinical Excellence Award. The honor recognizes the ED director who best exhibits a commitment to clinical excellence. We are so proud to call her our own!
If you have an illness or injury that you believe is life threatening, or that will seriously harm you within 12 to 24 hours without a doctor's care, you should call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency room.