Denver Health Medical Center

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777 BANNOCK ST, DENVER, CO 80204 USA

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Phone

(303) 436-6000
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777 BANNOCK ST, DENVER, CO 80204 USA

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Consumer feedback about Denver Health Medical Center

Denver Health
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2.8 out of 5 stars

Catullus
Catullus

4 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

The staff working in the mental health unit I was in were so nice. Especially the nurse Cher. She should receive a raise. The techs were all pretty cool. The food was okay, but the only things with decent flavour were the processed foods.
I give it a 4/5 because the treatment helped me a lot, but the living arrangements could have been better...and those annoying bendy pencils are very hard to write with! But I enjoyed my stay, I met some very awesome people.

Alyssa James
Alyssa James

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I have received far better care in this hospital on a consistent basis, than any private hospital I have ever visited. Along with that, they supported me this last month after receiving a “terminal” cancer diagnosis, so greatly, and helped me keep a positive attitude through my testing and treatment so far. I literally cannot say enough good things about this hospital. They deserve noble peace prizes around here; they keep their compassion even though many patients who come here, make it very hard on the staff. It seems like their efforts to simply help people are not phased. I ❤️ Denver Health.

E Jacobo
E Jacobo

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

I no longer drive to children's hospital for Urgent Care or ER for my children. When i have had to wait 4 hours for my kids to be seen at Children's, Denver Health has asssted my kiddos in less than 30 minutes.
Thank you Denver Health for always trying to make improvements in your service and your commitment to the community!

Zane Zevallos
Zane Zevallos

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 days ago

This is the beat hospital in denver by far. Parking is simple and easy and free for visitors. There are directories near by and the staff is very helpful as well. They have a subway that's open 24/7 but I seriously recommend eating at their cafeteria that's called good day cafe one level below by 3 elevators by emergency. They have tacos, hamburgers burritos, pho, steak and potatoes, stir fry, dessert and beverages. Lots of room to sit and enjoy. I got Mongolian stir fry with lots of veggies for only like 6 or 7 bucks. It was super delicious. My girlfriend gets everything done here because they are the best and treat you that way.

Sebastian Galan
Sebastian Galan

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 weeks ago

Had to unfortunately take my sister to the ER. We pull up and there is no valet...which was fine. So I leave my sister on the bench since she can’t walk and I go to park the car. The parking garage is under construction. There are no signs anywhere that tell you where an ER patient is supposed to park. So I call security and they say I can park anywhere and we will not be towed since the construction is going on. Good thing I called! So I park and finally get to my sister on the bench. I go inside and I have to give the hospital my license in order to get a wheelchair. So I go through that process just to get my sister inside the hospital on this nice chilly Denver morning. We get inside and we have to go through security and metal detectors to get inside the ER. So what should be a quick entrance to the hospital due to an emergency turned into a 20 minute process just to get from point A (drop off) to point B (ER check in). Where we had to wait 30 mins to be seen. This place needs to streamline their services and their communication. Wheelchairs should be accessible and getting into the ER shouldn’t be such an issue. If someone is coming with an emergency, the last thing they needs to be done is sign out a wheelchair and show and ID. What if the person left the ID at home? Also, It makes no sense that you have a giant construction project underway and absolutely no directive as to where people park especially by the ER. What a joke.

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