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  • emergency care
  • emergency care
  • trauma care

Our teams of emergency medicine doctors, specialists and specialty-trained nurses, technicians, pharmacists, care managers and others work together to provide lifesaving treatments and personal care. It is our goal to calm your stress, take care of you and your loved ones and support you after you leave.

Call 911 immediately if someone is unconscious, having trouble breathing, has a serious injury or may be having a heart attack.

Our emergency and critical care providers ( 38 )

David S. Glaser
David S. Stuart Glaser, MD

Emergency Medicine

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Our Northglenn Emergency Department

We also have an Emergency Department located Northglenn which may be more convenient depending on your location

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