EMS Care at HealthONE

HealthONE is dedicated to providing support and educational opportunities to the EMS community. HealthONE EMS offers the largest and most comprehensive outreach programs in Colorado. Emergency medical services are available at each of our seven hospitals in the HealthONE network, located conveniently throughout the Denver metro area.

Why Transport to a HealthONE Hospital?

HealthONE is dedicated to providing expert-level care and increasing efficiency to ensure the best possible outcome for each patient. Our extensive hospital network covers the entire Denver metro area, allowing residents in North Denver, South Denver, East Denver, West Denver and the surrounding suburbs to receive high-quality and immediate care in their area.

Key EMS programs at each HealthONE Hospital:

  • North Suburban Medical Center offers a dedicated Pediatric Emergency Department area, has a Level II NICU and was voted one of “America’s Best Hospitals for Emergency Care” by the Women’s Choice Awards.
  • Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children is located within Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, offering a dedicated pediatric ER, a Level IV NICU, a Level IV pediatric trauma center, and ECMO treatment.
  • Rose Medical Center boasts average door-to-balloon-times of less than 60 minutes for cardiac patients, has a newly remodeled ambulance bay, and has a Chest Pain Center being remodeled to include an updated Cardiac Cath Lab.

Our commitment to EMS education

In addition to providing excellent patient care, HealthONE EMS offers outreach, patient-follow-up, continuing education and QI. Our formal education courses are taught at Arapahoe Community College EMS Academy.

EMS learning opportunities at HealthONE

Our HealthONE hospitals offer a wide range of hands-on educational opportunities for the EMS community.

North Suburban Medical Center provides shadowing opportunities, in which EMS providers are paired with a physician or a mid-level provider and receive training toward state or national recertification. North Suburban Medical Center also participates in the AirLife Ride-Along Program and hosts a “From the Bus to the Burb” continuing education (CE) class every third Wednesday of the month.

The Medical Center of Aurora offers a monthly EMS and Trauma continuing education conference, targeted towards EMS providers and health care personnel involved in acute care.

The Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at Presbyterian/ St. Luke's Medical Center hosts an annual Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children Pediatric and OB EMS symposium. The one-day conference offers both EMS and nursing continuing education credits.

Additional EMS educational programs