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Getting screened with a pap smear and HPV check can prevent worsening and catch anything if you're asymptomatic.
This is the third consecutive year the hospital has earned this distinction.
Colorado health officials are preparing as the XBB.1.5 omicron subvariant of COVID is making its way into Colorado.
A project to get hospital ERs to dispense naloxone was so successful that organizers are now focused on labor and delivery units
Swedish earned the rating from The Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS) for its patient care and outcomes in isolated CABG procedures.
The disease disproportionately impacts communities of color.
Experts share their experiences and offered takeaways about advancing gender parity in the industry.
Swedish named among America's best in cardiac, critical, GI, prostate, pulmonary, stroke and surgical care
Slips, trips and falls among top concerns
Dr. Marie Whiteside worked as a pediatrician for more than 30 years, but only became a hospital chaplain recently.
Program could expand to more hospitals
Swedish Medical Center's Advocates for Recovery say community is key to recovering from addiction.
Talk to experts about substance use, and one saying gets repeated: The opposite of addiction isn't abstinence; it's connection.
Jaya Kumar, MD, Awarded Prestigious Outstanding Women in Business Designation
Annual list recognizes excellence in clinical outcomes, operational efficiency, patient experience, and financial health.
Dr. Falci discusses the revolutionary drive by thought technology during the podcast
From eating right to knowing family history, there are several things that can be done to reduce the risk for many types of cancers.
Swedish Medical Center announced today additional burn and reconstructive services in Northern Colorado.
Swedish Medical Center serves the Rocky Mountain region as a Level I trauma facility with a verified Burn and Reconstructive Center.
Dr. Scott Falci from the Falci Institute for Spinal Cord Injuries made it possible.
FOX31 asked top medical experts about the safety of public parks with water features.
"I never would have thought I would be able to do this," the patient said.
Few measures during the pandemic went as far as the ECMO teams in places like Swedish Medical Center.
How many people are still wearing masks after the travel mandate was dropped? Dr. Jaya Kumar from Swedish weighs in.
Cancer of the head and neck is a relatively rare form of cancer, but in recent years there has been an increase in cases among patients.
April is Parkinson's Awareness Month and while there is no cure for the disease yet, doctors want to give patients hope.
On average we sneeze three times a day. Maybe you've thought to yourself: is it ok to hold in my sneeze?
Strokes are typically associated with the elderly, but did you know an estimated 10% of strokes occur in people under 50?
Melanie Wuzzardo from Swedish offers insights on keeping your little ones safe.
Two HealthONE physicians weigh in on the importance of protecting yourself in the frigid temps.
You want a sled that's maneuverable, stoppable and encourages proper sitting position.
Nate McWilliams spent 158 days in at Swedish fighting COVID.
Dr. Jaya Kumar discusses the importance of infection prevention measures and the vaccine
$25 million project seeks to centralize services by end of next year
Swedish Medical Center was named a Top Teaching Hospital nationally by The Leapfrog Group.
Medical experts across Colorado and the nation are battling an epidemic alongside the COVID-19 pandemic: opioid addiction.
The omicron variant of the coronavirus is emerging as the holiday season kicks into gear, threatening to cancel plans for a second year.
"You got to take this seriously and get your vaccination because if not, you don't want to be where I was at," said Nate McWilliams
After spending nearly half a year at Swedish battling COVID-19, the medical team of Nate McWilliams celebrated his send-off.
Swedish Medical Center celebrates the remarkable recovery of a patient who became like family
COVID patient Nate McWilliams, his medical team agrees, is one of the fortunate ones after a lengthy hospital stay.
Dr. Benson Pulikkottil provides reminders, advice on avoiding cooking-related accidents, especially burns
Swedish Medical Center is proudly represented.
Dr. Don Stader, ER Physician at Swedish, explains the importance of seeking medical care - both preventative and in an emergency
Dr. John Woodward, OrthoONE at Swedish Medical Center, weighs in.
Swedish is named among Healthgrades 'America's 100 Best Hospitals' for these areas of care, for the second consecutive year.
Dr. Atchie says 80% of strokes can be prevented just by making different lifestyle choices. And, know the BEFAST acronym.
The program provides unique neurosurgical treatments for various complications after spinal cord injury.
Focus on new moms, pregnant women in Colorado naloxone project expansion.
As part of the pilot, Swedish's labor and delivery department is trying to help parents struggling with addiction and protect babies.
Pregnant and new moms who are at risk of overdose will now be given Narcan.
How to make sense of ever changing, conflicting COVID research.
Dr. John Woodward, OrthoONE at Swedish, is featured
As Colorado sees record overdoses, the Colorado Naloxone Project pushes possible lifesaving treatment
Is your kid taller than a Colorado Black Bear? Are they in the right car seat?
This is the fourth year in a row that Swedish has been honored for its excellence in gynecologic surgery
Dr. John Woodward, OrthoONE at Swedish, offers insights.
Swedish earns Making Mercury Free Award from Practice Greenhealth
Ways to stay safe this 4th of July holiday
Swedish burn expert Dr. Benson Pulikkottil wants to ensure everyone enjoys a safe, friends-and-family-filled Fourth of July weekend.
Dr. Ryan Weight, Medical Oncologist from Swedish Medical Center, talks through the basics.
This national distinction recognizes Swedish's achievements protecting patients from errors, injuries, accidents, and infections.
The honor recognizes Colorado's best workplaces according to an anonymous survey of employees at the company.
Swedish Medical Center has been named a Maternal and Infant Care Quality Champion by Colorado Perinatal Care Quality Collaborative (CPCQC).
Swedish is the only hospital in Colorado to be named among America's 100 Best Hospitals for Stroke Care™ and in the top 5% for neurosurgery.
Recent studies indicate most pregnant women in the US are not in good heart health
Help the Burn and Reconstructive Center at Swedish Medical Center raise awareness for electrical safety.
5-ALA fluorescence technique allows more precise tumor resection
Swedish Medical Center is a Level I Trauma Center and HCA HealthCare's largest hospital in Colorado.
New location provides access to Cleveland Clinic fellowship-trained cardiologist
Prolific rapper and Beats co-founder Dr. Dre reportedly has suffered a brain aneurysm and is receiving intensive care.
American College of Cardiology NCDR Chest Pain - MI Registry Platinum Award recognizes high standards of patient care.
The robotic procedure is minimally invasive and provides an alternative to traditional open-heart surgery
New minimally invasive approach offers a safer and less invasive surgical treatment for epilepsy.
Research shows promising results for drug which extends the treatment time for stroke patients.
Hospital also among only 20 hospitals nationally to earn the Everest Award
Safety tips to help you stay out of the ER this season
Swedish Medical Center in the top 5% in the Nation for Patient Safety.
Swedish is the first hospital in Colorado to offer robotic assisted technology that will help detect lung cancer earlier and improve outcomes
HCA Healthcare/HealthONE has announced the appointment of Ryan Tobin as President and Chief Executive Officer of Swedish Medical Center. Tobin...
Swedish Medical Center, One of First Hospitals in the Nation to Offer Innovative Hip Replacement Surgical Technique
Swedish named to Healthgrades 2020 America's 250 Best Hospitals
The Rocky Mountain region's first comprehensive stroke center adds innovative technology to stroke rehabilitation program.
Epilepsy patients looking for minimally invasive procedures for brain surgery now have a new option at Swedish Medical Center's level 4 epilepsy...
Swedish Medical Center was awarded an 'A' in fall 2019 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade, a national distinction recognizing Swedish's achievements...
The treatment delivers electrical impulses through electrodes to normalize abnormal brain activity and minimize epilepsy symptoms.
Swedish Medical Center has named Regina Ramazani, a healthcare financial executive with more than 25 years of senior leadership experience, as...
HCA Healthcare/HealthONE’s Swedish Medical Center first in Colorado to offer minimally invasive surgery to remove blood clot from brain. New ...
Hospital recognized for superior clinical outcomes in gynecologic surgery
Rocky Mountain region neuroscience center of excellence introduces technology to treat challenging aneurysms with positive benefits for patients...
HCA Healthcare/HealthONE’s Swedish Medical Center has been named a Top 5 Hospital or Health Clinic in Colorado Parent’s Family Favorite 2019 ...
New technology offers enhanced surgical precision for patients using advanced 3D planning, guidance, and visualization.
The World Health Organization now recognizes burnout as an occupational phenomenon. It's described as a syndrome resulting from chronic workplace...
Nurses at HCA Healthcare/HealthONE's Swedish Medical Center are being honored with the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses.
HCA Healthcare/HealthONE's Swedish Medical Center is proud to announce the 2019 first quarter ICARE Employees of the Quarter.
The team at The Medical Center of Aurora utilized advanced telemedicine technology to connect with a neurologist at Swedish Medical Center to...
HCA Healthcare/HealthONE's Swedish Medical Center receives an 'A' for patient safety for the spring 2019.
Every minute that a stroke is left untreated, increases the risk for death or long term disability.
Swedish Medical Center announced today that it is a recipient of the Healthgrades 2019 Patient Safety Excellence Award.
A stroke can happen at any time. Learn what to do in case of stroke from the region's leading Comprehensive Stroke Center.