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Studies Show Link Between Sleep Disorders and Type 2 Diabetes

Written by Kari Smith, RD and Certified Diabetes Educator, Rose Medical Center Did you know that there is a close relationship between disordered sleeping and diabetes? Studies estimate that between 40 and 80 percent of people with disordered sleep have … Continue reading

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Meet Rose’s DAISY Award Winner for October – Jessica De Autremont!

We are proud to announce the winner of the third Rose DAISY Award, Jessica De Autremont from 6Central, which is the post-op surgical floor. Jessica was nominated by a patient who also happens to be a physician at Rose. In … Continue reading

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Surviving Well: Sharon, Ovarian Cancer

For Sharon Miles, family is very important. Her daughters and grandchildren all live in the area and she spends a lot of time with them. When Sharon learned that she had ovarian cancer, she leaned on her family for support. … Continue reading

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Rose is Honored by Donor Alliance for Promoting Organ and Tissue Donation

Late last week, Rose was honored by Donor Alliance with the Ending the Wait award. This award is for hospitals that undertake outstanding efforts to promote organ and tissue donation in Colorado. The awards, now in their fifth year, are presented … Continue reading

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Rose is the First in Colorado to Implement Germ-Zapping Robot

As hospitals across the nation look for new and innovative ways to battle deadly pathogens and kill multi-drug resistant organisms that put patients at risk, Rose has become the first hospital in Colorado to install a germ-zapping robot that eliminates hard-to-kill bugs … Continue reading

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Surviving Well: Heidi, Brain Cancer

Heidi Krause is working on getting a degree in teaching, which keeps her busy. Unfortunately, Heidi had to slow down in 2011, when she discovered she had a brain tumor while on vacation. “My sister was living in Indonesia at … Continue reading

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Celebrating World Breastfeeding Week

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Breastfeeding Report Card for 2013 was released just last week and shows that more mothers in the United States are breastfeeding now. In Colorado, almost 90% of moms have said that they breastfed, … Continue reading

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Surviving Well: Sophia, Leukemia

Sophia Kelley is a young and active woman who likes spending time outdoors and hanging out with friends. But when she started feeling sick in the summer of 2011, it took awhile for her to notice something was wrong. “I … Continue reading

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57 Rose Doctors selected for 5280 Magazine’s Top Doctors issue

The August issue of 5280 Magazine is hitting newsstands and features the popular “Top Doctors” listing. This year, 57 Rose physicians are included. The doctors on the list are chosen by other doctors, who are asked by 5280 to choose who they would … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Yvonne Richards, Rose’s July DAISY Award Recipient

We are proud to announce the winner of the second Rose DAISY Award, Yvonne Richards from the neonatal intensive case unit (NICU). Yvonne was nominated by a mother of one of her patients as well as a coworker. The mother said … Continue reading

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