For medical professionals at Centennial Hospital
Are you considering a career at HealthONE? As an affiliate of HCA Healthcare, we are part of a large network of hospitals and care centers that supports physicians and healthcare professionals with the tools they need to care for their patients.
Your hub for Centennial Hospital
This information is devoted to our healthcare professionals, including physicians, mid-level providers, nurses and other medical professionals, at Centennial Hospital.
As a service of The Medical Center of Aurora, our hospital has achieved Magnet recognition as a reflection of its nursing professionalism, teamwork and superiority in patient care. The American Nurses Credentialing Center's Magnet Recognition Program distinguishes organizations that meet rigorous standards for nursing excellence.
With this credential, The Medical Center of Aurora joins the global community of Magnet-recognized organizations. Our hospital is now one of only fourteen Magnet-designated hospitals in Colorado, and fewer than 600 hospitals worldwide have achieved Magnet status.
What Magnet means for nurses
In addition to a higher level of care for our patients, our Magnet designation also means our nursing staff enjoys many benefits including:
- Highest levels of training and qualifications: More than half of registered nurse (RN) decision-makers hold graduate degrees, are certified by nationally recognized organizations and nearly one-third are advanced practice nurses
- Higher employee satisfaction and lower staff turnover (the average Magnet facility turnover rate is less than 10 percent, the length of RN employment is 9.8 years and the nurse vacancy rate is less than 3%)
- Higher nurse perceived quality of care and higher nurse perceived unit effectiveness.
The gold standard
Magnet recognition is the gold standard for nursing excellence and is a factor when the public judges healthcare organizations. U.S. News & World Report's annual showcase of “America's Best Hospitals” includes Magnet recognition in its ranking criteria for quality of inpatient care.
The Magnet Model provides a framework for nursing practice, research, and measurement of outcomes. Through this framework, ANCC evaluates applicants across a number of components and dimensions to gauge an organization's nursing excellence.
The foundation of this model comprises various elements deemed essential to delivering superior patient care. These include the quality of nursing leadership and coordination and collaboration across specialties, as well as processes for measuring and improving the quality and delivery of care.
The journey to Magnet
To achieve Magnet recognition, organizations must pass a rigorous and lengthy process that demands widespread participation from leadership and staff. This process includes an electronic application, written patient care documentation, an on-site visit, and a review by the Commission on Magnet Recognition.
Physicians and advanced practice providers
We're committed to providing the resources and technology you need to provide the highest level of patient care, including:
- PACS — Picture Archiving and Communication Systems
- EMAR — Electronic Medication Administration Record and barcoding
- Meditech — a system used by HCA Healthcare for electronic documentation of patient information
- T-System — provides clinical documentation in the emergency department
Record keeping resources
We have resources to help you gain credentials for our HealthONE hospitals, including:
Credentials Support Center
4900 S Monaco, #220
Denver, CO 80237
Monday to Friday from 7:00am to 5:00pm
Credentialing Fax: (866) 789-8020
Get access to pertinent information and documents related to credentialing at affiliated facilities.
If you are having issues with login please contact Parrallon at (866) 579-0803.
You may request an application via email.
For hospital affiliation verification please visit Doctors and Advanced Practice Professionals - iResponse
For questions regarding the data displayed in iResponse, please contact your hospital's medical staff office.
For nearly 35 years, Centennial Hospital, a campus of The Medical Center of Aurora, has provided high-quality emergency care. In the spring of 2021, we grew to meet the needs of our community by opening a 20-bed, full-service facility called Centennial Hospital.
Located on Arapahoe Road at Potomac Street in Centennial, Colorado, our hospital provides a full range of high-quality healthcare. Our hospital provides exceptional care in many medical specialties including breast health, emergency care, imaging, neurology, oncology, orthopedics, spine, surgery, women’s health, sports medicine, physical therapy, rehabilitation and behavioral health. Revie the current job openings at Centennial Hospital.
Employee Advisory Group (EAG)
The HealthONE EAG is a committee for physician support group (PSG) employees to voice their ideas for improvement of operating procedures, as well as, any issues that may affect them in the workplace to ensure your clinic’s continued success.
Each campus has several EAG representatives (see below), who you can reach out to with question(s) or idea(s)
Please feel free to also utilize the HCA H.R. Answers website for our company’s various policies.
Your incumbent EAG officers:
EAG Vice Chair
Medical Center of Aurora/Centennial Hospital Campus EAG staff
Each month, we will post events to provide you with numerous fun happenings around the Denver metro area that are appropriate for all ages or ideas of what to do with your family on the weekends. EAG Sponsored Events & Local Happenings.
- Andrea Paulsen – Medical Assistant
- Shontae Bobo – Office Manager
- Sizakele Radebe – Medical Assistant
- Theresa Williams – Medical Assistant
We also have a Peer-to-Peer Shout Out employee recognition program, which gives an allotment of points that can be spent on amazing gifts!!! This can become important for your yearly performance reviews with your supervisor and justification on promotion for career advancement. Recognize someone for their hard efforts today!