St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center
For more than 130 years, St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center has served communities across southern Colorado, including Pueblo. Part of the Centura Health network, St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center specializes in orthopedics and joint replacement, cancer care and primary care services.
The hospital’s Cancer Assessment Resource Education Survivorship program for patients with head and neck cancers received an Innovator Award from the Association of Community Cancer Centers, and the Dorcy Cancer Center’s radiation oncology program at St. Mary-Corwin was the first in Colorado to receive dual accreditation by the American College of Radiology and the American Society for Radiation Oncology.
Parkview Medical Center
The 350-bed Parkview Medical Center provides critical health-care services to the people of Pueblo and is the region’s only certified Level II trauma center. The hospital’s orthopedics center is certified by the Joint Center in both hip and knee replacement. Parkview Medical Center also continues to invest in new technology, including the da Vinci XI robotic surgical system and a 3D mammography machine that helps reduce callbacks from false positives and detect more cancers particularly in dense breast tissue.
In fact, Parkview has been selected as a regional training site for the da Vinci surgical system, attracting some of the top surgeons from across the Southwest. Parkview was also recognized by the American Hospital Association with a 2017 Most Wired award for its robust IT infrastructure and wireless access to physicians and staff.
Recently, the hospital broke ground on a 21,000-square-foot outpatient center, which will offer state-of-the-art surgical suites for same-day surgeries and endoscopy just a block away from the main hospital.