Jun 25

St. Anthony Hospital officials said Monday they want to continue certain medical services at the old St. Anthony Central Hospital site in west Denver, even after the site is sold for redevelopment.

The hospital and its patients moved June 19 from the old 19-acre site near Sloan’s Lake to a new, 50-acre, $435 million campus in Lakewood. The new hospital has no “Central” in the title.

St. Anthony’s operators have hired the Romani Group to oversee the disposition of the old site, which has three buildings and a 710-car parking garage.

While there have been developers and medical groups interested in re-fitting the existing buildings, Eric Shafran , director of the Romani Group, told the Denver Business Journal earlier this month http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/news/2011/06/16/developers-face-choices-at-old-st.html that other potential buyers have also been interested in clearing the site and doing a multi-family complex in-fill project.

But Monday, St. Anthony said it is “making plans to provide ongoing health care on the site of the original hospital campus. Services that will be offered on the campus are expected to include urgent care; primary care; imaging; specialty clinics; and Health Passport, the community health education program that was started by St. Anthony Hospitals in 2003.”

In a statement, officials said that Romani Group “is focused on identifying the right buyer/developer for the site that shares this vision. Romani Group will work with prospective buyers and developers to incorporate the continuing St. Anthony programs and ultimately enable an integrated and successful future development.” …

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