Earlier in her career, Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital's Kathy Scott was a travel nurse and took an assignment in Hawaii.
ED staff at Sky Ridge Medical Center work together to overcome challenges. The ED at Sky Ridge had a much higher patient volume than expected when they opened.
After a week in which confirmed cases of influenza nearly doubled in Colorado, state health officials said the 2003-2004 flu season could be the worst in years.
Kurt Blair, left, and Robin Slaughter of Parker, Colo. rode in behind a herd of stuffed reindeer for this year's event. Blair said he looks forward to this ride each year.
Angelina Epperson (right) and Debbie Ray of Uptown Healthcare Center showing off a few of the teddy bears collected during the center's December toy drive.
The growth of Colorado’s population and the need for more health care facilities is not just something happening along the Front Range – the population in the high country also has been growing.
Craig RN Janie Cilo is helping develop cutting edge records technology for use in rehabilitation hospitals.
A new study shows that the nursing shortage seems to have temporarily slowed, but the reasons behind it aren’t a long-term fix.
As the flu season hits Colorado with full force, a possible vaccination error at Kaiser Permanente has some patients wondering if they will be protected this winter.
CEO and Medical Director of Denver Health, Patricia A. Gabow, MD, recently announced the appointment of Philip Mehler, M.D., as associate medical director and director of patient quality and safety at Denver Health.