Lone Tree’s healthcare cluster includes a dynamic group of companies and hospitals that employ and provide medical care to the entire Metro Denver region. More than just an industry, there is a culture of health and wellness excellence in Colorado: eleven Metro Denver hospitals were named to the 2014-2015 “Best Hospitals” by U.S. News & World Report.

Key Lone Tree Healthcare Assets:

Sky Ridge Medical Center,a Health ONE healthcare system that completed a $117 million expansion in 2014, which added 300 jobs, 90 additional beds, four operating suites, a two-floor birth center, the Sally Jobe Breast Center and much more.

The 57-acre campus has a reach that extends beyond Lone Tree to Highlands Ranch, Parker, Castle Rock, Littleton, and Douglas and Arapahoe counties.  Sky Ridge Medical Center has received the reader’s choice award as best regional hospital from Colorado Community Newspapers three years in a row.

Kaiser Permanente Colorado completed construction of a new 275,000-square-foot, multispecialty hospital center in Lone Tree. Kaiser Permanente employs 300 workers at the new facility and plans to build two additional buildings on its campus. The multispecialty center is the first facility of Kaiser’s future 20-acre integrated health campus.

University of Colorado Health’s Lone Tree Health Center is a brand-new sub-specialty center for the Denver South region that brings the world-class medical care and clinical research from the University of Colorado to the people of Lone Tree and the surrounding area.

Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine is one of the nation’s leading fertility clinics and one of the Top 10 employers in Lone Tree.

Children's Hospital Colorado, located in South Denver, is consistently ranked one of the nation's top pediatric hospitals by U.S. News & World Report and Parents magazine.

Other Industry Highlights:

A Statewide Culture of Health and Wellness

A healthy bottom line starts with healthy workers! Colorado is the leanest state in the U.S. with the nation’s lowest rate of adult obesity (21.3 percent). Metro Denver ranked as the fourth-fittest metro area in the nation in 2014. Lone Tree’s healthy employees are more productive and  active—which costs an average of $4,000 less each year in health care costs than unhealthy employees (University of Michigan Health Management Research Center, 2013).

Healthcare Education and Research

The University of Colorado School of Medicine ranked 13th nationally for primary care and 40th among research-oriented programs, according to U.S. News & World Report in 2014.

University of Colorado South Denver and the University of Phoenix in Lone Tree provide exceptional nursing programs for Lone Tree's growing health care workforce. Rocky Vista University in Parker is Colorado's only Osteopathic medical school, and is just down the road from Lone Tree. 

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