Learn more about the education and training opportunities available through Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children's outreach program.
Taking Pediatric Training on the Road: At Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children we are passionate about education for healthcare providers and our community. Our Outreach Education goal is to keep the community safe by establishing partnerships with all healthcare providers, offering personalized, high quality education, to ensure the best pediatric care. Together we can improve children’s medical outcomes through education and simulation training. Our outreach program travels throughout Colorado, Wyoming, Western Nebraska, and Western Kansas.
Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children Mobile training center
Our fully equipped mobile simulation RV has an ER/hospital room and an ambulance. We offer simulation training for hospital staff, EMS, school nurses, and athletic trainers. We can train teams individually or offer combined training, where we run simulations from the field, to the ambulance and then transfer care to the ER. Utilizing high-fidelity simulation manikins (pregnant, adolescent, child, newborn, and a preemie) we can offer a wide-range of clinical functionality, promoting critical thinking and teaching stabilization skills for airway, breathing and circulation.
Pediatric, newborn, OB/postpartum hot topics
Hot Topics are be tailored to your team’s specific educational needs. Topics include, but are not limited to: introduction to pediatrics, assessment techniques, IV therapy, respiratory management, OB complications and crises, emergency care, resuscitation, and basic fetal monitoring.
MD lunch and learn
Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children has more than 300 subspecialists, who provide CME lectures. Physicians and advanced practice practitioners meet over lunch to discuss a topic of your team’s interest. Additional CME Offerings can be found on HealthONEUniversity.com
Clinical guest experience
Healthcare providers (Nurses, RT’s, EMS) have the opportunity to have hands on learning experiences in our high-risk OB department, Neonatal ICU, Pediatric ICU, Pediatric ER, and Pediatric Medical/Surgical Unit.
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® (NRP®) conveys an evidence-based approach to emergency care for the newborn, and facilitates effective team-based care for healthcare providers.
STABLE provider course
The STABLE program is designed to serve as a general guideline for the stabilization, and if needed, transportation of neonates post-delivery. The program uses the mnemonic to focus on sugar, temperature, airway, blood pressure, lab work and emotional support.
DOC/EMS STABLE provider course
Condensed STABLE program, for physicians/mid-level providers and Paramedics. This course also includes a hands-on skills lab reviewing intubation practice, umbilical line placement, needle decompression for pneumothorax, and chest tube placement.
AWHONN intermediate fetal heart monitoring
A two-day certification course, focusing on the application of essential fetal heart monitoring knowledge and skills in intrapartum OB practice. It promotes integration of knowledge and skills essential to assessment, promotion and evaluation of fetal well-being during labor. Prerequisite- Basic Fetal Monitoring Hot Topic.
For more information and to register, please contact:
Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at Presbyterian/ St. Lukes Medical Center
2001 N. High Street, Denver CO 80205
Consultations and emergency transport
Maternal/fetal: (800) 537-6569 AirLife Denver's High-risk Obstetrical (HROB) Flight Team transports more than 250 high-risk pregnant women to our facility annually. The HROB Flight Team is staffed by a high-risk obstetrical flight nurse and an adult/pediatric flight nurse, providing the highest level of care to the obstetric patient requiring transport to our tertiary care center.
Neonatal: (800) 788-5875 AirLife Denver's Neonatal Flight Team transports more than 400 high-risk newborns to our facility annually. The Neonatal Transport Flight Team is staffed by Neonatal Nurse Practitioners and specially trained NICU nurses, providing the highest level of expertise in the region while transporting sick neonates to our Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in a timely fashion.
Pediatric: (800) 795-7337 Patients transported by AirLife to RMHC's Pediatric Intensive Care Unit or Pediatric Medical Surgical Floor are cared for by two specially trained flight nurses during transport.
Multi-disciplinary outpatient navigators: (720) 754-RMHC (7642) P/SL and RMHC offer a full spectrum of care for mothers as well as their infants and children. Maternal/Fetal and Pediatric Navigators facilitate collaborative care in our facility, including high risk prenatal/perinatal genetic counseling.
About Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children
- 147 Beds
- Only facility in the Rocky Mountain region with a Level IV Maternal Program and a Level IV NICU in the same facility
- Labor and delivery: 26 beds
- Board certified OB/GYNs on site 24/7
- Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU): 84 beds
- Level IV NICU board-certified neonatologists
- Eight specialized pediatric operating rooms and two on site 24/ endoscopy suites
- Pediatric intensive care unit (PICU): 20 beds
- Largest minimally invasive surgery program in the region
- Board certified pediatric intensivists on site 24/7
- Board-certified pediatric anesthesiologists
- Pediatric inpatient beds: 20
- Board certified pediatric hospitalists on site 24/7
- Pediatric BMT unit: 7 beds
- Pediatric emergency department: 10 Beds
- Board certified pediatric emergency physicians on site 24/7
- System wide 60,000 pediatric ED visits annually
- Ronald McDonald House
- 1.5 blocks away from hospital
- 2 family resource rooms in hospital