Category Archives: Maternity and Labor

Meet Rose’s DAISY Award Winner for January – Fiona Bendiak!

Congratulations to Fiona Bendiak on winning the Rose DAISY Award for January! Fiona works in the postpartum unit on Rose’s 3rd floor. As a nurse who cares for patients who have just welcomed a new baby into their family, Fiona’s … Continue reading

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Meet Rose’s DAISY Award Winner for May – Carol Montgomery!

Congratulations to Carol Montgomery on becoming the seventh Rose DAISY Award winner! As those who work in clinical healthcare know, the work is challenging from time to time. But for patients and families enduring the most difficult of circumstances, the … Continue reading

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Pain management during labor

Guest post: Are you starting to think about labor and wondering how you will cope with the pain? Many women are nervous and don’t know where to begin. Whether you are planning to labor without pain medicine or with an … 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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It’s Something Special to be a Rose Baby

For over 60 years, it has been something special to have a Rose Baby, because Rose Medical Center staff and OB/gyn doctors have been dedicated to creating the safest, most meaningful experience for every family we care for. This tradition … Continue reading

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Flu Vaccines: Info for Moms-To-Be

Because of their fragile immune systems, babies are at high risk of getting very sick from the flu, but the vaccines aren’t approved for children younger than age 6 months. So what can a mother do to protect her newborn? … Continue reading

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The Importance of Protecting Your Family From Whooping Cough

Since the 1980s, whooping cough has been on the rise, especially in teens and babies. That’s just one factor experts considered when they recently expanded the list of who should get a booster shot against the disease.  Whooping cough, or … Continue reading

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8 Ways To Help Prevent Birth Defects

When you are pregnant, there is a lot to think about and do to get ready for the arrival of your new baby. Some of them are exciting and you look forward to, like decorating a nursery or choosing a … Continue reading

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Rose Knows…The Cutest Babies in Denver

Was your baby born at Rose? Do you think your baby’s face is cutest one in town? Then here is your chance to show the world! Today, HealthONE launched an online photo campaign to promote some of the cutest Baby … 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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