Occupying 6,000 square feet in the Medical Center of the Rockies at Centerra, the Colorado Sleep Center of the Rockies® specializes in sleep diagnostics and treatment.
After 20 years of medical practice in the state of Nebraska, Dr. Terry Himes is excited to expand his practice to Colorado and proud to launch the 6-bed clinic at Centerra.
"We are excited to bring our clinic to the Northern Colorado region and especially to join a top notch world class cardio center in Colorado," SleepCenter owner Dr. Terry Himes explains. "With the opening of MCR and the Medical Office Building (MOB), we are looking forward to being a part of the emerging medical campus at Centerra that will serve many diverse communities."
McWhinney's Vice President of Real Estate, Ron Kuehl, welcomes the SleepCenter to MOB, "McWhinney is very pleased to open the Medical Office Building at nearly a 90% occupancy rate. The new SleepCenter of the Rockies is our first out-of-state medical tenant, and we look forward to extending our warmest welcome."
Other tenants in the 80,833 square foot MOB include Heart Center of the Rockies, Harmony Imaging Center Poudre Valley Health System, Northern Colorado Pulmonary Associates and Good Day Pharmacy.
Medical Center of the Rockies is your new regional hospital specializing in heart and trauma care. The hospital is built on 91 acres of land near the northwest corner of Interstate 25 and U.S. 34 in Loveland, CO.
The newest member of the Poudre Valley Health System healthcare family, Medical Center of the Rockies is a sister hospital of Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins, Colo. The facility is a partnership with Regional West Medical Center of Scottsbluff, Neb.
To deliver the highest quality care for patients, Medical Center of the Rockies takes advantage of the latest medical technology, including a robotic-assisted surgical system, an electronic health records system, and advanced in-room telecommunications.
The new hospital’s family-centered design features all private rooms, complete with sleeper sofas for family members, and private corridors and elevators to move patients to and from their rooms.
Medical Center of the Rockies was also designed with patient healing in mind. Most patient rooms enjoy a breathtaking view of Long’s Peak. Walking trails, courtyards with water features, and a rooftop terrace provide opportunities for patients and their families to relax and enjoy the outdoors.