Denver, CO- PSL or Rose Medical????

  1. 0 Hi everyone! I'm looking into my first travel assignment in Denver and wondered what anyone had to say about labor and delivery nursing at Presbyterian St. Luke's and Rose Medical center. Any advice/suggestions would be greatly appreciated and accepted!!!!!
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  3. Visit  guamba profile page

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    Joined Jun '12; Posts: 19; Likes: 7.

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  4. Visit  jenksmith profile page
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    I am not sure about the L&D areas of those hospitals, but both are not bad hospitals. You will definitely get some great experience. I hear good things from coworkers about both.
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    Quote from jenksmith
    I am not sure about the L&D areas of those hospitals, but both are not bad hospitals. You will definitely get some great experience. I hear good things from coworkers about both.
    Thank you!
  6. Visit  jefferson1070 profile page
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    Go to PSL. They have built a gorgeous new $500-million pediatric hospital, Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, to fill the void left by Children's when they moved way out east to Aurora. RMHC has been busily rebuilding the NICU. I have worked at PSL over 10 years. I hear nothing good about Rose.
  7. Visit  klone profile page
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    PSL houses the Denver Milk Bank which, as a lactation consultant, is near and dear to my heart. I work in L&D but haven't worked at either of those facilities, so I can't say, sorry! Some of the Rose docs deliver their patients at our facility, and they all seem very nice (although they tend to have the private practice doc mentality).


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