Monthly Archives: September 2011

Rose employees help Light the Night to fight leukemia and lymphoma

Light the Night is an annual walk put on by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in communities all around the United States and Canada, and the proceeds raised goes to funding research and support for blood cancer patients. The Rocky … Continue reading

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Why I Chose Rose Part 2: Kristel’s Story

(Click here to read Part One of Kristel’s story and find out why she chose an unmedicated childbirth and the Rose). By Kristel Acevedo It was just over a month ago that my whole world changed. It was about 4:30 … Continue reading

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Surviving Well: Angela, Thyroid Cancer

Angela Franchino was like many other young professionals in Colorado. She had a job she loved, and spent much of her free time with friends, snowboarding, hiking and camping and volunteering. In September of 2008 she found out she had … Continue reading

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What Quality Means to Us

“Foremost in our hearts and minds is our commitment to our patients.” –Rose Medical Center Mission Statement Each one of our physicians and employees plays a part in providing the high-quality care that patients expect at Rose. So we asked what quality meant to … Continue reading

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