Pediatric care in Lone Tree, CO
Located in the heart of Lone Tree, just south of Park Meadows, Sky Ridge provides the latest medical technology with the area's top pediatric health care providers. As a part of the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children family of care, Sky Ridge offers its younger patients comprehensive health services all in one location. From routine strep tests to kid-specific emergency care and surgical procedures, we are here for you and your family.
Our hospital is designed with kids in mind so that they will heal in a warm and comfortable environment. We use the latest in technology to treat our young patients in the emergency room or in our pediatrics wing, and we offer private patient rooms and provide parents a futon sleeper so they can be close to their child.
When your child is able to move about or a visiting sibling needs a respite, our cheery playroom and outdoor playground provide the perfect element of entertainment.
Emergency care for kids
At Sky Ridge, kids are important to us. We designed our Pediatric ER so our youngest patients would feel welcome and safe. We have fun décor and kid-friendly equipment to handle any emergency your family may encounter. We also have a pediatrician available 24/7!
Learn more about our dedicated 24/7 Pediatric Emergency Room in Colorado's Health & Wellness magazine.
Meet Our Team
Children are treated with love at Sky Ridge Medical Center. At our hospital, you'll find some of the most compassionate and experienced pediatric specialists around. Our attentive pediatric nurses have years of experience and a gentle touch.
- Pediatric Specialists
- Dave, our Pediatric Emergency Medical Director
- Fera, our Director of the Pediatric Emergency Department
Smile for the Camera – Digital Imaging
One of our most exciting technologies is digital imaging. Our specially trained pediatric radiologists read digital scans instead of films. These images allow for more efficient diagnosis of your child's injury or illness and they are committed to the safest techniques to reduce exposure to radiation while in our care.