For medical professionals at Rose Medical Center
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 Rose Medical Center
This information is devoted to our healthcare professionals, including physicians, mid-level providers, nurses and other medical professionals, at Rose Medical Center.
Benefits and healthy work environment
Learn more about HCA benefits and our healthy work environment initiatives on our company portal HRAnswers.
Healthstream is your HCA online education resource. All classes attended through Rose Medical Center's HealthCare-sponsored programs are tracked through HealthStream and available for review at any time. In addition, HealthStream offers a variety of continuing education courses that may be of interest.
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Learn more about our support and training for EMS professionals.
Electronic pay stub (e-stub)
Keep track of your wages and paid time off (PTO) from our online wage statements resource page. You can get information 24/7 and paystubs are posted on the Thursday before payday.
The facility scheduler can be used by employees to access their schedules from home or wherever a computer is available. In order to access the scheduler, your computer must use Internet Explorer (IE) version 6.0 or higher. To determine your IE version, open your internet browser, click on Help and then select About Internet Explorer.
HCA Hope Fund
The HCA Hope Fund is an employee-run, employee-supported 501(c)3 charity. The goal of the HCA Hope Fund is simple — to help HCA employees and their immediate families who are affected by hardship. This includes disasters, extended illness/injury and other special situations. The fund provides emergency information, referrals or financial aid. HCA employees, vendors, affiliated physicians and the general public can make tax-deductible donations to the fund.
Rose Medical Center 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, Rose Medical Center joins the global community of Magnet-recognized organizations. Rose is now one of only nine Magnet-designated hospitals in Colorado, and fewer than 450 hospitals worldwide have achieved Magnet status.
What Magnet means for patients
Research has shown that Magnet recognition provides many benefits to patients and the hospital communities, including:
- Higher patient satisfaction with nurse communication, availability of help and receipt of discharge information
- Lower risk of 30-day mortality, lower failure to rescue rates, lower rates of falls and improved skin integrity
- Assurance that the hospital holds top credentials for excellence in nursing
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 nurses (RNs) 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 three percent)
- 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 and 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.
The Rose Orthopedic Spine Center is excited to support the Denver Center for Joint Replacement Fellowship Program.
Creating a world-class educational experience for the healthcare provider of tomorrow. With their exceptional surgical, programmatic and healthcare operations expertise, total joint surgeons Drs. Dennis Chang and E. Mark Hammerberg will equip the graduating fellow with the tools necessary to succeed in the future of healthcare.
- Dr. Dennis Chang — Fellowship trained at Rush University. Specializing in the anterior approach for THA
- Dr. E. Mark Hammerberg — Experienced fellowship mentor; fellowship trained at Dorr Arthritis Institute (Los Angeles)
Other attractive features of the fellowship program include:
- Located in Denver, Colorado
- Fully renovated, state-of-the-art facility at Rose Medical Center Orthopedic & Spine Center
- Growing program
- Involved in CMS Center for Joint Replacement (CJR), a value-based purchasing program, important for fellows to understand in today's healthcare environment
- Academic mindset in a community setting
- Excellent clinical outcomes
- Excellent patient satisfaction scores
- Evidence-based practice
- Access to extensive data due the scale of Denver Center for Joint Replacement and Rose Medical Center's parent company, Healthcare Corporation of America (HCA)
- Extensive, multidisciplinary program involving patient navigation, in-house physical therapy, on-staff PAs and specially-trained orthopedic
Visit Denver Center for Joint Replacement to learn more.
For more information about hospital credentials, office contact information and other resources, visit our credentialing portal online.
Employee advisory group
The HealthONE Employee Advisory Group is a committee of professionals at each hospital. Employees may bring ideas for improving procedures or other workplace issues.