Centura Health in Denver, CO with Reviews - YP.com

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08/31/2014
By: Marie V.
Denver Health
I recently went to denver acute for eating disorders they are good as far as their medical stabilization but the nurses take forever to get anything done and one women who works at the front desk is a total slob if you are not planning on going to the erc Do Not come here they will try everything they can to get you to go there and when I refused to go to the put a 72 hour hold on me so I didn't have a choice. The psychiatrist is a total wench who has no concept of keeping an open mind it is her way or the highway the cnas are the only good part they're usually always pleasant and willing to help you with what you need. Overall good medically but terrible if your looking to go any where else but the erc.
09/15/2013
By: Kim W.
AfterOurs Urgent Care
Every time I come to Afterours Urgent Care I have such a wonderful and pleasant experience. The doctors and staffs are kind, well-trained, informative and friendly. I've received better care here than I have at any other clinic or hospital. I've seen several physicians and they have all been awesome.Most recently I saw Dr. Adam Trosterman for my headache illness. He was so patient and thorough and always informed me of what he was doing. I didn't feel rushed or like I was bothering him with my questions. I'm incredibly grateful for this clinic and all the staff. Thank you all SO much. You are providing such wonderful care and service to everyone who really need it. Best wishes to you all...
07/17/2013
By: dwayneramage
AfterOurs Urgent Care
No words can express how thankful my family and I are that I found this wonderful practice! I've seen other psychiatrists and therapists in other cities I have lived in. But AfterOurs Urgent Care Denver, CO is the first ones that I have felt comfortable enough to completely open up to in 15 years. By asking the right questions, they were able to discover that I had been misdiagnosed. They took the time to get to know me and make me feel comfortable with them and then asked questions that allowed them to give me an informed diagnosis. It's a process, but I'm glad they are there to help me along the way. Thank you!
07/16/2013
By: garyzabel
AfterOurs Urgent Care
I have been going into AfterOurs Urgent Care for just over 5 years and in that time frame I have had only 2 doctors! The whole team inside the 200 West Countyline Road, Suite 100, Denver, CO is awesome, they were professional, polite, honest and friendly! Bottom line is, they have great doctors totally willing to listen to you and hello you in any way they can!
01/11/2013
By: mikebomberger
Heydenver.org
Completely free, easy and quick testing. The atmosphere was nice, and there were a lot of "free goodies" after the testing is done. Also, the hours are great for a free clinic. I'd recommend this place to anyone.
08/06/2013
By: davewoodard
AfterOurs Urgent Care
I had surgery on my left shoulder by Dr. Paul Raford. Everything was wonderful. From the doctor to his staff and everyone at Afterours Urgent Care in Denver, CO were great. All I can say is thank you all.
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