Denver Health recently celebrated the opening of Pavilion M, a new outpatient facility built by Denver’s Mortenson Construction.
Denver Health is the Rocky Mountain Region’s Level 1 academic trauma center, and the safety net hospital for the Denver area. The facility is located at 7th Avenue and Delaware Street and houses adolescent inpatient/outpatient psychiatric units, enrollment and dialysis centers and an outpatient surgical procedure unit. It also features 16 beds dedicated to inpatient adolescent care, and the full array of outpatient adolescent care by experts in the Dept. of Behavioral Health Services.
The enrollment center includes specialists who are able to help Denver Health patients apply for medical financial assistance. Both the dialysis center and outpatient surgical procedure units will move out of the hospital to make it more convenient for patients.
“The opening of Pavilion M is another great milestone for Denver Health, and Mortenson is proud of our relationship with the hospital system and the ability to provide yet another outstanding medical facilities to our client, as well as the local community as a whole,” said Bob Hansen, vice president of Mortenson in Denver.
“We enjoyed working with Mortenson to make Pavilion M a wonderful addition to our main campus and to serve future generations of patients that will continue to receive high quality care,” said Mike McCarty of Denver Health.
The pavilion was designed by Denver's Heery International.