Children's Hospital Colorado

Our Locations in Colorado Springs

This is an extraordinary place

We’re part of an organization where the nation’s brightest physicians, nurses, scientists, researchers, therapists and others are creating the future of child health. With an optimist’s outlook, a pioneer’s hunger and a celebrated history, we’re making new strides every day.

Our current Colorado Springs locations

Urgent and Outpatient Specialty Care at Briargate

4125 Briargate Parkway
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
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A young boy, with a look of wonder, in an exam room and the caption "Look who's in the middle of a growth spurt. We are."

Therapy Care at Printers Park

Printers Park Medical Plaza
175 S. Union Blvd, Suite 255
Colorado Springs, CO 80910
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Your neighbors, our doctors

Children's Colorado in Colorado Springs now home to 40-plus specialists

Children’s Colorado in Colorado Springs is now home to 40-plus pediatric specialists, ranging from orthopedics, neurology, audiology, endocrinology and much more. Simply put, your neighbors are the specialists you’ll find across all three of our locations here in town.

Whether you see us at Briargate or Printers Park, our experts will be ready to partner with you and your child’s primary doctor to keep your child healthy, safe and well. After all, that’s what living in the Springs is all about.

A new hospital coming soon!

We're proud to announce that we've officially broken ground on our new Children’s Hospital Colorado, Colorado Springs, which is set to open late spring 2019. This six-level, 280,000 square-foot location will house the first pediatric-only operating rooms and emergency department in Colorado Springs. It’s designed with input from pediatric experts to provide the most advanced and compassionate pediatric care possible for our patients and their families.

The sole pediatric-only hospital in the region

Once completed, our new hospital will be the most comprehensive children’s hospital between Denver, Dallas, Salt Lake City and Kansas City. It will include the region’s only emergency department and operating rooms built exclusively for kids and served by pediatric experts who have dedicated their lives to treating kids and only kids.

The hospital will also include:

  • Pediatric Emergency Department: 31 exam rooms, 6 behavioral health rooms
  • Pediatric surgery: eight operating rooms, 34 private recovery rooms, 6 extended stay rooms
  • Pediatric imaging: MRI, CT
  • Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders: 8 private infusion rooms, 4 infusion bays, 6 exams rooms
  • Sleep study: 3 sleep study rooms, EMU, EEG built for kids
  • Hospital beds: 110 beds

Learn more about our groundbreaking in this press release, and see an update on our excavation from News Channel 13

Get more information on the design and see a rendering of our plans for the new hospital.

Children's Colorado in the news


Local Childhood Cancer Survivor Raises Money to Help Others

September 9, 2017

When Carter was 7 years old, he was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia. At age 9, he began a craft sale called "Crafts for Cancer" to help raise awareness for childhood cancer. Now 11, Carter has raised more than $5,200.

133% Leap in Children Admitted to ER for Marijuana, Study Finds

August 14, 2017

Dr. G. Sam Wang, a pediatric toxicologist, has conducted several studies of U.S. trends in pediatric marijuana intoxication, as well as trends in Colorado. He found that in states where recreational or medical marijuana is legal, the number of pediatric marijuana intoxication cases reported to poison control centers increased by 30% each year from 2005 to 2011.


Closing the Healthcare Gap

August 1, 2017

A new children's hospital being built in Colorado Springs will increase access to health care for some of the state's most vulnerable populations. 5280 Magazine interviewed Greg Raymond, regional vice president for southern Colorado in their "Top Docs" issue.