Longs Peak Hospital & Ambulatory Surgery Center

, UCHealth

Longmont, CO

Entrance cantilever
Atrium entry
Patient Room
NICU Patient Room
Operating Room
Waiting room
Waiting room

Collocating inpatient and outpatient care is an effective and efficient strategy for delivering high-quality care to a growing population. Innovative prototype design enables phased horizontal expansion while maintaining operational excellence and an outstanding patient experience. The LEED-designed facility sustainably promotes the well-being of patients and staff, while supporting the latest medical technologies.

The contemporary design blends bold geometry with a regional aesthetic that references surrounding buildings on the main and community hospital campuses. Tech-rich and high-touch, the new building communicates the client's reputation for excellence in patient-centered care.

Building Facts

  • 210,000 GSF
  • 53 beds (expanding to 100+)
  • Level III Trauma 
  • Birthing Center & Nursery
  • Cardiac care
  • Orthopedics
  • Retail Pharmacy, Labs & Imaging
  • Telemedicine
February 8, 2018

Model Approach: Trendsetter

The cover feature of Healthcare Design showcases innovative design that will allow phased growth while maintaining  outstanding patient service and operational efficiency. 

We are in a business where there is rapidly changing technology, rapid changes in medical practice, movement of things from inpatient to outpatient, movement to new treatment modalities, [and] movement toward telehealth.

Steven Summer President & CEO, Colorado Hospital Association

Annual Energy Savings Modeled

$86,558 Cost Savings
14 % Percentage Cost Savings
581,448 kWh Energy Savings