The data on this page has been reported to the state of Colorado by hospitals across the state, and is made possible through a partnership with the Colorado Hospital Association (CHA). Because this data is created, owned and maintained by individual hospitals, any questions should be directed to the CHA and/or to individual hospitals.
Statewide COVID-19 Hospital Data Snapshot (Updated June 3, 2020, 1:01 p.m.)
|Percent of facilities updating (within 24 hours)||90%|
|Number of patients currently hospitalized for confirmed COVID-19||261|
|Number of patients discharged/transferred within past the 24 hours||29|
|Patients currently hospitalized as COVID-19 persons under investigation||127|
|Number of facilities anticipating staff shortages (within the next week)||4|
|Number of facilities anticipating shortages of personal protective equipment (within the next week)||0|
|Facilities anticipating ICU bed shortages in the next week||0|
|Critical care ventilators in use/total critical care ventilators||302/1,089|
Hospitals reporting data
Number of COVID-19 patients admitted or discharged/transferred
The state Unified Command Group asks hospitals to predict whether they anticipate having a shortage of staff, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), or ICU beds in the next week. This is a prediction based on current conditions and is used to help the inform the state’s medical surge plan. That plan is in place to ensure that patients can receive treatment at other hospitals or alternative care facilities if a hospital becomes overwhelmed due to lack of staff, PPE, ICU beds, or ventilators.