Category Archives: Emergency Department

Surviving Well: Christopher Milne, Burkitt’s Lymphoma

Christopher Milne is a Colorado native, so naturally he enjoys the outdoors—hiking and climbing are among his favorite pastimes. He roots for the Denver Broncos and the Colorado Avalanche. He is happily married, optimistic and easy to talk to. But … Continue reading

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Aubrey’s Story: How one girl gave back to the Rose ER

Aubrey Decker’s parents call her the “Queen of the Monkey Bars,” because of her love of and skill on the playground. But one day last spring, the monkey bars got the best of Aubrey, and she fell and broke her … Continue reading

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10 First Aid Mistakes to Avoid With Your Children

You hear a crash and a yell from the other room. As you rush over, you see your child on the floor grabbing his or her arm. Your adrenaline starts flowing, but do you know what you should do in a … Continue reading

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Emergencies don’t wait. And now you won’t have to either. ER wait times now available online and on your phone.

When faced with a health issue that requires a visit to the emergency room, the last thing you want to do is end up spending hours sitting and waiting to be seen by a doctor. The national average ER wait time is 1 … Continue reading

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May is National Stroke Month: Do you know the signs of a stroke?

Every 40 seconds, someone in the United States suffers a stroke, and stroke is the third leading cause of death and the leading cause of disability in Colorado. May is National Stroke Awareness Month, so take a moment to ask … Continue reading

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Rapid Response: Cardiac Alert and Heart Attacks

If you are having a heart attack, every second is important for survival. For each minute that the heart is deprived of blood and oxygen, more muscle tissue dies. In fact, about 1.5 million heart attacks occur yearly in the … Continue reading

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9 Reasons To Go To the Emergency Room

Sometimes, knowing you need to go to the emergency room is a no-brainer (or, you don’t really have a choice). You may have a broken bone, or be having a heart attack. But for a lot of cases, deciding to go to … Continue reading

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Great Save Celebration honors emergency responders

April 24, 2009, started as a regular day for Wendy Wilbanks. She went to work and even took a walk at lunch. But that afternoon, Wendy almost lost her life to a heart attack. Thanks to the quick response from … Continue reading

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