Hospital Health Care FAQs
Q: Why is Community Hospital considered the region’s trusted name in healthcare?
A: At Community Hospital, we have a long history of delivering outstanding, patient centered healthcare to the residents of Mesa County and the surrounding areas.
Community Hospital is dedicated to providing for the health and wellness of our growing community. We pride ourselves on blending the complexities of modern medical technology, personalized care and close coordination with medical-care providers to treat you in a patient-centered environment.
Q: What scope of services does Community Hospital provide?
A: Leading our healthcare team is a highly trained medical staff with more than 250 physicians including adult and pediatric specialists. Using state-of-the-art technologies, our medical specialists provide a variety of healthcare services in our emergency, surgical, nursing, laboratory, and imaging units. We also have a breast care center, surgical weight loss clinic and home health services. Additionally, we offer occupational health and rehabilitation services.
Q: What services of Community Hospital are well known for their quality?
A: When you choose Community Hospital you get Best in Region for overall Orthopedic Services in 2013, Best in Region for General Surgery and a Five-Star Recipient for GI Procedures and Surgeries for THREE years in a row from 2011-2013 from Healthgrades.
Q: Why is Community Hospital the right place for children and families?
A: The highly respected team of physicians at Colorado West WomanCare, Grand Valley Pediatrics and Grand Valley Primary Care are committed to providing each patient with an exceptional level of care and attention. The staff and surgeons at Community Hospital go the extra mile to ensure patients are comfortable while they are in our care. We pride ourselves in providing quality health care for the best value in the market.
Q: How does Community Hospital remain an industry leader given the uncertainties in healthcare?
A: Community Hospital’s long history of service is marked by a commitment from people who love their community. We have always been volunteer-led and community-owned. Community Hospital is a not-for-profit institution and receives no local, state or federal tax support. All of our operational funds are generated by providing patient care or from donations through Community Hospital Foundation.