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Rose Medical Center employees can find information about safety preparedness, our security department officers and what numbers to call for emergencies and nonemergencies related to safety concerns.

Hospital emergency management

This is a public site for sharing information with employees, their families and the community in the event of a disaster or major incident.

Should we experience a disaster, this page will be updated with instructions for employees.You may also find instructions at HCA Code Ready.

HCA Emergency Alert Line: (877) 344-1313

Hospital status

GREEN: Operations are normal

Hospital emergency management

Rose Medical Center’s Emergency Management Program supports the hospital’s mission and vision statements by providing a safe, comfortable, dignified, positive and private environment for patients and visitors, as well as a safe work environment for employees, volunteers and medical staff in the event of a hazardous or emergency condition. The response to an internal or external event is delineated by an “All Hazards” approach. The intent of the program is to minimize any adverse effects on the hospital and its’ operations. NIMS and HICS governs the operations and is the link to the community. This will be accomplished through compliance with NFPA, OSHA, and the City and County of Denver codes and standards as well as other regulations that may apply.

The objectives of the emergency management program are:

  • Provide a concise, pre-established plan to be implemented during an emergency or disaster to ensure the continuity of patient care and business
  • Designed for operation in a hazardous or emergency condition while continuing to promote and deliver optimal patient care
  • Designed to be integrated with community emergency management plans

Personal Preparedness

Everyone should have a personal and family disaster plan. Such plans should include specific items that you should set aside for use only in an emergency such as water, non-perishable food items, flashlights and batteries, and blankets. Also, plans should include information for family members detailing how to contact one another in an emergency. There are several resources available at:

Report all suspicious persons and activity to Security. Security is everyone’s responsibility!

Contact Security

The security services department helps maintain a safe and secure environment for patients, visitors, and employees throughout the hospital. Officers provide around-the-clock security and respond to calls for assistance. Please call any time to talk with us about any safety concerns or questions — your voice and opinion matter.

Our security officers provide escorts for employees, patients and visitors departing after sundown to request a security escort to their car. If you need an escort or have another nonemergency reason to contact our security dispatch, you can call them at (303) 320-2726. Other security-related phone numbers include:

  • Security office — extension 2007
  • Rose One cell — extension 2701
  • Emergency — Dial x. 5555 from any phone in the hospital.

The security office is located on the ground floor by the loading dock. For identification (ID) badge issues, please call extension 2726 to ensure security is in the office. Badges will be programmed between 8:00am to 4:00pm Monday through Friday.

Security department responsibilities

Security is a service-oriented department for all internal and external customers. In addition to random foot and mobile patrols of the campus, our security officers handle a variety of other tasks, including:

  • CODE call response
  • Conduct investigations
  • Eloped patient searches
  • Elevator entrapments
  • Enforcement of hospital policies
  • Forensic patients (prisoners)
  • Helipad responders
  • ID badge security
  • Infant protection system/response
  • Investigations: bomb threats, violent issues
  • Liaison for law enforcement agencies
  • Lockdown
  • Lost and found
  • Medical assists
  • Patient valuable assist
  • Patrol parking garages
  • Panic alarm response
  • Monthly testing: panic, elevator phones, access control, camera system
  • Patrol facility and medical office buildings
  • Personnel escorts
  • Patient restraints
  • Patient watches/standbys
  • Remove solicitors
  • Security surveillance rounds
  • Secured patient valuables
  • Slips and falls
  • Trespassing
  • Unlock/lock doors
  • Vandalism
  • VIP protective services
  • Visitor management after hours
  • And many more...

Lost and Found

Patients are asked not to bring items of value to the hospital. The hospital is not responsible for items of value unless they are given to us to place in the hospital safe for safekeeping.

To report valuable or lost and found items call (303) 320-2726.

Court-ordered restraining orders

For their own protection, patients should notify the hospital and provide copies of any restraining orders issued against family members or visitors who may attempt to see them in the hospital.