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Former travel nurse chooses Memorial
Posted: 11/4/2003 at 11:35:49 AM

Cindy Atwell, clinical manager for general surgery and the trauma surgical step-down unit at Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs, said Memorial is the best place she's ever worked.

Rose Medical Center names new chief nursing officer
Posted: 11/4/2003 at 11:53:56 AM

Lynne Wagner brings experience and an inside perspective to the chief nursing officer post at Rose Medical Center.

Colorado faces nursing shortage
Posted: 11/4/2003 at 11:54:56 AM

The nursing shortage has gained national attention, but aside from what nurses experience in the workplace and the number of nursing positions available at hospitals, it has been hard to put actual numbers into the equation – until recently, that is.

St. Anthony's chief operating officer receives award
Posted: 11/4/2003 at 11:55:46 AM

Christopher R. Mosley, chief operating officer for St. Anthony Hospitals in Denver recently received the 2003 Young Health Services Executive Award conferred by the National Association of Health Services Executives at their Annual Educational Conference in New Orleans.

St. Anthony's doctors study effectiveness of helmets in winter sports
Posted: 11/4/2003 at 11:57:23 AM

After seeing too many skiers and snowboarders with head injuries who were not wearing helmets, neurosurgeon Stewart Levy, MD, was convinced that wearing a helmet could reduce the severity of those injuries and, more dramatically, save lives.

Denver Health offers new educational opportunities for students, staff
Posted: 11/4/2003 at 11:58:22 AM

Denver Health started a program this fall that offers learning opportunities for both students as well as hospital staff.

Butterfly program offers supportive, comforting option
Posted: 11/4/2003 at 11:59:15 AM

The Butterfly Program, which is a collaborative effort between the Porter Hospice and Centura Health, The Children’s Hospital of Denver and the Children’s Pharmaceutical Services/Home Care, offers parents of children who suffer from potentially life-threatening illnesses a comforting and supportive option.

Pets make a difference at Children's
Posted: 11/4/2003 at 11:59:59 AM

Samantha Hardison, 5, of Northglen feeds Calypso Cali, a veteran in the Prescription Pet Program at Children's, a dog treat she held with her mouth.

Nurses association holds convention, elects new officers
Posted: 11/4/2003 at 12:01:07 PM

October was a busy month for the Colorado Nurses Association, which announced results of its latest leadership elections and hosted its annual conference Oct. 2-4 in Colorado Springs.

New stats show nation’s health improving
Posted: 11/4/2003 at 12:02:15 PM

People are living longer and the health of the nation seems to be gaining ground, accordingly to a recently released report from the National Center for Health Statistics.

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