1.Highlands Behavioral Health Systems
8565 Poplar Way
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Highlands Behavioral Health System is an 86 bed freestanding behavioral health hospital offering psychiatric care for adults and adolescents. Centrally located in Littleton, the facility is easily acc
8825 American Way
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Denver Springs is a newly constructed 96-bed behavioral health facility offering inpatient and outpatient mental health and addiction treatment to adults and their families. Our mission is to CHANGE P
3.St. Anthony Hospital
11600 W 2nd Pl
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The hospital is clean but I have some doubts about some of the other aspects of the hospital. I am sure their are good people there.
4.Parker Adventist Hospital
9395 Crown Crest Blvd
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My 20 year old son was in the ICU for a drug overdose. The staff at this hospital were exceptional. My son died, but I am so impressed with the Doctor and nurses, I wanted to write this review. Very
5.Centennial Peaks Hospital
2255 S 88th St
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About Centennial Peaks Hospital Centennial Peaks Hospital is dedicated to providing a full range of mental health and chemical dependency services to the state of Colorado. We strive to enhance the me
6.Western Infectious Disease
3885 Upham St Ste 200
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Dr. Desjardin and his assistant helped save my life in 2003! They quickly responded and knew what antibiotic was best, even before testing me. I would highly recommend this doctor! He has unbelieva
7.Rocky Mountain Ent Associates
14100 E Arapahoe Rd Ste 250
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