About Longmont United Hospital
Longmont United Hospital is dedicated to making our communities a better place to live, work, and raise a family -- one patient at a time. That dedication transcends our programs, treatments, services and our staff. It means providing our patients with extraordinary, sophisticated and state of the art care close to your home or workplace, with unique treatment options that honor the whole person and enhance the healing experience.
The expertise of the over 280 highly qualified physicians on staff, our caring employees and the latest medical tools and technologies allow us to provide sophisticated services in an environment optimal to healing.
Healthcare at Longmont United Hospital is more than treating a patient's physical needs. Health, wellness and healing require the gentle understanding of the powerful connection between a patient's body, mind and spirit. For example, we offer family dining rooms on each floor, plus healing massage to our patients.
Our philosophy, known as Planetree, is tangible and teachable. This Planetree philosophy empowers patients and their families to be involved in decisions affecting their care. We listen to our patients and structure care around their needs and desires. Planning and developing our programs and services includes input from our communities, physicians, staff and patients. This input gives us the opportunity to increase the wellness of our communities and put the patient's needs first.
Our dedication to improving the health and well-being of the communities and people we serve will always be our number one goal.
Comprehensive Services and Programs
From state-of-the-art Heart Care services to the nurturing comfort of our Birthplace, we surpass the expectations of care and value. Whether you're in need of inpatient care, outpatient care, emergency care or long-term care treatment, we offer the services and expertise to meet your health care needs. In addition, we extend care to our communities through a variety of programs. Our community programs can help you cope with illness, overcome depression, develop a sustainable fitness program, or prevent traumatic injuries; all of which play a part in keeping our communities healthy places to live.
Our Commitment to Patient Confidentiality and Privacy
We are committed to keeping patient health information confidential and private. Our Notice of Privacy Practices explains how we may use and disclose patient health information and the patient's rights regarding how we use and disclose their health information. We have posted a copy of our Notice of Privacy Practices in our facilities, and also online, for you to review and/or to print. In addition, we have posted the Patient Bill of Rights for you to review and/or to print online.