Mckee Medical Center
McKee Medical Center is a nonprofit, 132-bed acute care hospital in Loveland, Colo., that offers cancer care, orthopedics, trauma care, heart care, intensive care, women’s services, birthing services and surgical care to residents and visitors of northern Colorado. McKee Medical Center has served Loveland and the surrounding community for more than 30 years.
McKee prides itself on providing excellent patient care, using the latest technological advances, and paying careful attention to patient needs. Since opening in 1976, McKee has been dedicated to supporting its patients’ physical, emotional and mental well-being.
Through the years, McKee has led the way in health care innovation. The hospital's original planners designed all patient rooms as private patient rooms where individuals can recover in a peaceful, healing environment. McKee's family birthing suites offer new parents a comfortable retreat to experience labor, delivery, recovery and postpartum care – all in one room. McKee also offers an intelligent OB program, known as PeriBirth, a computerized system designed to reduce the chances of complications during labor and delivery.
The McKee Cancer Center offers cancer patients the latest in cancer treatment and support. The hospital offers a full-range of inpatient and outpatient services including medical, obstetrical, pediatric, orthopedic, surgical and critical care.
McKee Medical Center’s robotic surgery program offers minimally invasive surgical options for gynecological, urological, and head and neck procedures. The hospital has been recognized as an Epicenter for robotic-assisted gynecological surgery and serves as a training site for physicians staffing this field.
McKee Medical Center employs more than 850 health care professionals and support staff and has more than 450 volunteers. The hospital has a medical staff with 400 professionals, including primary care and specialty physicians.