A week after it reopened to the public, the South Side Memorial Hospital in Denver is back open.
The hospital reopened Monday to its public, after a three-month hiatus following an April accident involving a man who had his leg amputated in a previous accident.
The new hospital will provide emergency care for the more than 500 people who are injured in Denver-area hospitals each year, the hospital said in a statement.
The news comes less than two weeks after the Fort Collins Medical Center was hit by a string of stabbings and shootings that left three people dead and seven wounded.
The shooting that injured a man outside the medical center left two more wounded.