Jun 24, 2015

Golden, Colorado – Pinkard Construction, with Centura Health and ERDMAN, recently celebrated the ribbon cutting of Centura Health’s newest Neighborhood Health Center.

The new center, located at Heritage Road and Highway 6 in Golden, is approximately 10,700 sf, with 16 exam rooms, a wellness atrium, x-ray, and phlebotomy. Construction commenced in early October and completed last week. The clinic has been open to patients for a few days.

The new neighborhood health center is part of Centura Health’s Colorado Health Neighborhood approach that offers a clinically-integrated, coordinated and comprehensive care delivery for our communities.  The stand-alone ambulatory health center will co-locate providers and services to promote care coordination with multiple access points, offering the community enhanced convenience to health care in a service-friendly environment, for an affordable cost.

The ceremony included words from Kevin Jenkins, Group Vice President of Ambulatory Care, Jeff Brickman, CEO of St. Anthony Hospital as well as president of Centura Health's Mountains North Denver Operating Group and Marjorie Sloan, Mayor of Golden as well as a blessing by Centura chaplains.

Centura Health is comprised of 15 hospitals, eight affiliate hospitals, numerous health neighborhoods, health at home, urgent care centers and emergency rooms, mountain clinics,100+ physician practices and clinics, and Flight For Life® Colorado. Centura (www.centura.org) meets the wellness needs of more than a half million people each year.

With 52 years headquartered in the Colorado Front Range, Pinkard Construction Company is a design-build and CM/GC leader in Colorado. Pinkard’s experience with healthcare includes medical office buildings and emergency departments for Centura, Sloan’s Lake Rehabilitation Center and The Wellington Center Webb Primary Care.  For more information, please contact Jim Mellor at 303.986.4555 or visit our website at www.pinkardcc.com


ERDMAN is providing strategic planning/architectural engineering and design for the Centura projects. Founded in 1951, ERDMAN has completed over 4,600 healthcare projects as a trusted partner with hundreds of physician groups, hospitals, and health systems. Over the last decade, ERDMAN has developed and constructed more than 550 healthcare facility projects, with a total aggregate value of more than $2.2 billion. Each of their facilities is recognized for high quality, efficiency, and innovative functionality. For more information contact Kevin Kirkhart at 206.300.2787 or visit www.erdman.com