Category: Rose Medical Center

Expert Q&A: New, Available Treatment in the Weight Loss Journey

HCA-affiliated Drs. Michael Snyder and Matthew Brengman are two of only a select few bariatric surgeons trained on the newly approved ORBERA Intragastric Balloon weight loss procedure. The procedure was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in August. Both doctors were involved in the FDA trial of the gastric balloon. We followed up with them to learn more about obesity, the new procedure and how it differs from other weight loss surgeries. Dr. Michael Snyder Q:  Why are we or should we be concerned about obesity? A: There are nearly two billion adults who are overweight or… Read more.

Technology in the NICU

In today’s digital age, we should all “unplug,” take a technology “fast,” or go “off the grid” every now and then. Maintaining connectivity 24/7 can, quite frankly, cause anxiety, stress and all around F.O.M.O. (Fear of Missing Out). But, for some new mothers at HCA’s Rose Medical Center and Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, technology has become a welcomed addition to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). NICU nurses at the facilities are using Apple FaceTime on iPads in order for new parents to connect with their newborns in isolation. Approximately 20 families have already benefited from FaceTime at both… Read more.

HCA Heroes – Josh Solomon Works to Help Disadvantaged in Vietnam

Dr. Josh Solomon is an intensivist at Rose Medical Center. He’s always believed that if you have the ability to help another person, you should. That’s why after making several trips to a Vietnam orphanage to provide medical care, he helped start the Hoi An Foundation. The Hoi An Foundation provides high quality healthcare to the disadvantaged in Vietnam.

A Proud Moment for Rose Medical Center

On Feb. 7, I had one of the proudest moments of my nursing career – accepting an award on behalf of the nursing staff at Rose Medical Center.

Rose Medical Center Opens Gallery in Tribute to WWII Namesake

Rose Medical Center has a long and rich history that dates back to the end of the World War II. It was during that time a group of Jewish physicians and community leaders in Denver came up with the idea to build a new hospital that would welcome and treat people of all creeds, colors and backgrounds – to “serve the need of every creed.” Following a national fundraising campaign, the new hospital was named in honor of Major General Maurice Rose and opened in 1949.

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