Littleton Adventist Hospital
|Littleton Adventist Hospital|
The hospital in 2018.
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|Location||7700 S Broadway, Littleton, Colorado, United States|
|Emergency department||Level II trauma center|
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Littleton Adventist Hospital is a hospital in the city of Littleton, Colorado, USA. It is a 231-bed acute care hospital, and was built in 1989. From 1989-2003 it was known as Littleton Porter Hospital. The hospital offers services including a neuroscience program and a cardiology program. It is a level-II trauma center. In 1996 along with Porter Adventist Hospital it joined the Centura Health network.
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- "Trauma Centers: Immediate access to the highest level of care". Centura Health. Retrieved 2018-01-08.
Littleton Adventist Hospital, Penrose Hospital and Parker Adventist Hospital are designated as Level II Trauma Centers, which means these facilities provide trauma care for acute patients including 24-hour access to surgeons (within 15 minutes or less), a broad spectrum of specialists and in-house anesthesia.
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