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Week of April 18, 2005 - Click Front Page to Download Issue!
Posted: 4/18/2005 at 12:55:02 PM

Denver's Nursing Star is published twice monthly throughout the Denver metro area with more than 56,000 readers in print, 3,500 e-publication subscribers and nearly 90,000 online. If you have a news idea, press release, announcements or personnel changes that affect the industry - call Priya Jenkins, editor at 720-283-2209 or email If you are recruiting nurses or wish to advertise your retail location or product - call Mary Walewski or Lyn Wazny, advertising at 720-283-2209 or email

Career filled with challenges and rewards
Posted: 4/18/2005 at 12:57:02 PM

Mary Foley, RN, patient care supervisor, at North Suburban Medical Center has traveled and worked at various hospitals, but said she enjoys the challenges and support where she works now. Photo by Jason P. Smith

Finger Lickin’ Good
Posted: 4/18/2005 at 12:59:25 PM

Laughing with Elizabeth By Elizabeth Bussey Sowdal, RN

Nurse Talk
Posted: 4/18/2005 at 1:02:00 PM

Each week we visit with health care professionals throughout the Denver area. If you would like us to visit your facility, please email Priya Jenkins at:

St. Anthony Central To Pursue Relocation
Posted: 4/18/2005 at 1:04:51 PM

St. Anthony Central Hospital, Centura Health and their sponsor, Catholic Health Initiatives, have announced that they will pursue replacement and relocation of the St. Anthony Central campus.

TEEN DRIVERS: Accidents waiting for a place to happen?
Posted: 4/18/2005 at 1:05:32 PM

"Mom where are the car keys?" Your teen can’t wait to start driving. But I know how worried you must be about your child getting behind the wheel of a car. Although the number of auto-accidents injuries and fatalities among drivers between ages 15 and 20 is falling, accidents are still the leading cause of death for that age group. The good news: You can take steps to help keep your young drivers safer:

Posted: 4/18/2005 at 1:07:43 PM

MarJean Carpenter RN and Assistant Pastor Al Schroeder support church-based nursing. Immanuel Lutheran Church, Loveland, CO. Photo by Barbara Scarpella Reed

The Close Harmony of The Four Lads Comes To Denver May 4
Posted: 4/18/2005 at 1:09:19 PM

In The News Commentary by Eileen Doherty, M.S.

Nurses help save, improve lives with high-tech brain surgery part 2
Posted: 4/18/2005 at 1:10:26 PM

Left to right, Chuck McKibben, RN, Carol Mumford, associate administrator, and Steve Birnbaum, physicist, stand in front of the Gamma Knife at Swedish Medical Center. Photo courtesy of Kimberly Langston/Swedish Medical Center.

Denver Health opens new Atrial Fibrillation Ablation Center
Posted: 4/18/2005 at 1:11:26 PM

Laurent Lewkowiez, M.D., cardiac electrophysiologist at Denver Health. Photo Submitted

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Week of November 09, 2011. Click the front page to download the issue!

Pamela Bourg, MS, RN, Named Fellow Of Academy of Emergency Nursing

Porter Adventist Hospital Unveils Colorado’s First Hybrid Surgical Suite - Ideal for diagnosing and treating Peripheral Arterial Disease

St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation gets donation from MassMutual - MassMutual continues support of breast cancer awareness and makes underwriting changes for breast cancer survivors

Aspen Ambulance District — Like a ‘Mobile Emergency Room’ Providing Immediate Care