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01-26-04

St. Anthony nurse enjoys working with patients, staff
Posted: 1/26/2004 at 2:05:36 PM

Kimberly Jefferson, clinical nurse manager of the orthopedic unit at St. Anthony Central, said she enjoys her work -- both with the patients as well as the staff and administration. Photo by Jason P. Smith



Boulder Community soccer team starts kicking
Posted: 1/26/2004 at 2:09:08 PM

Employees of Boulder Community Hospital are competing in a local indoor soccer league this winter. The hospital sponsors the team, as well as a number of softball teams in the summer. Photo by Mike Liguori



Children's hosts stick horse rodeo
Posted: 1/26/2004 at 2:45:24 PM

Priscilla Nguyen, 10, of Northglenn, comes bounding out of the gate at the stick horse rodeo recently held at Children's. Photo by Jason P. Smith



Professional Education Corporation annouces provisional approval
Posted: 1/26/2004 at 2:13:32 PM

Pictured Left to Right Michael Schledorn, COO Gail Armstrong, RN, ND Director of Nursing Education Jeannette Blair, President-CEO Photo Submitted



Villa Manor Care Center employee feeds Denver's homeless
Posted: 1/26/2004 at 2:26:46 PM

More than 200 burgers are distributed every week to Denver's homeless population through the "Hamburgers for the Homeless" program two years ago. Photo by Jason P. Smith



Evan King Named Chief Operating Officer of The Colorado Prevention Center
Posted: 1/26/2004 at 2:31:04 PM

Evan King has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer of The Colorado Prevention Center (CPC), a not-for-profit medical research and disease prevention center based in Denver. King joined CPC in September 2003 as Director of Project Management. His previous position was with Allos Therapeutics, where he served as Director of Pharmaceutical Project Management for two years.



Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center raises bar on nursing education
Posted: 1/26/2004 at 2:34:04 PM

Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center is showing its commitment to providing safer deliveries by raising the bar on nursing education.



Denver Health nurse, staff help identify Jane Doe, save life of another in process
Posted: 1/26/2004 at 2:35:52 PM

Soni Sanan, a SICU nurse at Denver Health, stands outside the emergency department where a Jane Doe recently was brought in after being hit by a car. Although the victim passed away, Sanan was able to help find her family and help save the life of another woman in the process. Photo by Jason P. Smith



Scholarships, loans part of Craig nursing success
Posted: 1/26/2004 at 2:37:50 PM

RN Kelly Mowrey received a $10,000 scholarship from Craig Hospital. She attended Regis University's accelerated nursing program. Photo by Mike Liguori



Exempla Lutheran Medical Center welcomes new CEO
Posted: 1/26/2004 at 2:39:20 PM

Robert H. Malte, a veteran hospital administrator who most recently served as senior vice president of ThedaCare Hospital Division in Appleton, Wisconsin, recently was named president and chief executive officer of Exempla Lutheran Medical Center.



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