As we continue to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, Boulder Surgery Center is committed to providing the best possible surgical care to patients in our community. In order to minimize the risk of disease transmission and to conserve medical supplies, Boulder Surgery Center has indefinitely postponed all elective non-urgent surgeries per our state mandate. Currently we remain open for urgent outpatient orthopedic procedures only.
We apologize for the inconvenience to the affected patients. Please call Boulder Surgery Center at (303) 938-5470 if you have a question about an upcoming procedure. Our staff is available Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., to assist you by answering questions about your care or appointment(s). We look forward to caring for you soon.
Boulder Surgery Center opened in 2005 as the manifestation of dreams held by forward-thinking surgeons and Boulder Community Health to create a joint ventured center of surgical excellence. The facility’s surgeons focus on the treatment of acute or chronic injuries or degeneration of the musculoskeletal system. They represent general orthopedics, sports medicine, hand specialists, foot and ankle specialists, and physiatrists who specialize in the treatment of spine related pain. Boulder Surgery Center is accredited by The Joint Commission and Medicare and holds active memberships in the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association and the Colorado Ambulatory Surgery Center Association. The facility is managed by Pinnacle III.
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