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St. Rose Cardiac Care

St. Rose offers comprehensive cardiovascular services with state-of-the-art diagnostic testing, including catheterization labs to repair blocked arteries, open heart and minimally-invasive heart surgery, and rehabilitation. These services are provided by a team of caring professionals all trained and credentialed to evaluate and treat cardiac diseases.

At St. Rose Dominican Hospitals, we offer the highest level of cardiac technology and care. When you expect the best in care, make sure you turn to St. Rose.

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Categories: Siena

St. Rose Dominican Hospitals Emergency Department

With three convenient locations throughout the valley, St. Rose is here for all of your bumps, bruises and breaks 24 hours a day, 7 days a week — with a commitment to making sure our emergency patients are seen as quickly as possible. We focus on providing the quality, compassionate care that St. Rose is known for, without the long wait.

Categories: Siena

St. Rose Dominican Hospitals Joint Replacement Centers

St. Rose’s orthopedic program, including its Joint Commission certified unit at the Siena Campus, uses the latest technologies and less invasive surgery techniques to get you back on your feet sooner. We offer a team approach to joint replacement surgery, with rehabilitation in a supportive group setting, aimed at getting patients back on their feet and enjoying a pain free, active lifestyle.

Do you have a St. Rose doctor? Call (702) 616-4508.

Categories: Siena

St. Rose Dominican Hospitals Primary Stroke Center

When it comes to a stroke, getting to the right place at the right time is critical to receiving the life-saving treatment needed to ensure a full recovery. At St. Rose Dominican Hospitals, we provide the full spectrum of care, from acute intervention and neurosurgery at our Siena Campus, to one-on-one rehabilitation at our Rose de Lima Campus. St. Rose’s Siena Campus is certified by the Joint Commission and is the Primary Stroke Center for Henderson.

Do you have a St. Rose doctor? Call (702) 616-4508.

Categories: Siena

R.E.D. Rose Program Receives $30,000 Grant from Avon Breast Health Outreach Program

The St. Rose Dominican Hospitals R.E.D. (Responsible Early Detection) Rose Program has received a $30,000 one-year grant from the Avon Breast Health Outreach Program to increase awareness of the life-saving benefits of early detection of breast cancer through annual mammogram screenings. This is the second year the program has received funding from the Avon Foundation for Women to support its work on this important health issue and in recognition of the program’s excellence. 

The R.E.D. Rose program at St. Rose educates the community on breast cancer awareness and refers women and men under 49 who lack adequate health care coverage or the financial means to pay, the following services: free clinical breast exams, mammograms, ultrasounds, surgical consultations and biopsies. The program also provides information and referrals as well as financial assistance to those undergoing treatment.

“We are proud that the Avon Foundation for Women shares our mission and has chosen to support our R.E.D. Rose program again this year. With these funds, not only will we be able to provide education on breast cancer awareness, we will provide 800 mammograms and nearly 300 clinical breast exams this year,” says Rod Davis, president and CEO of St. Rose Dominican Hospitals and senior vice president of operations, Dignity Health Nevada.

Since January 2006, R.E.D. Rose has provided nearly 800 clinical breast exams, more than 1,500 mammograms, nearly 1,175 breast ultrasounds, and more than 335 biopsies to the uninsured women in our community.

Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women in the United States, and the leading single cause of death overall in women between the ages of 40 and 55. According to the American Cancer Society, nearly 227,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be detected in the United States this year and nearly 40,000 lives will be lost. Nationwide, there is a new diagnosis every three minutes and a death from breast cancer every 14 minutes.

While advances have been made in prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure, early detection still affords the best opportunity for successful treatment. Programs such as R.E.D. Rose help ensure that all women have access to early detection information and options, even poor and medically underserved women.

Since 1993, the Avon Foundation has awarded more than 1,550 grants to community-based breast health programs across the United States, including R.E.D. Rose at St. Rose Dominican Hospitals. These programs are dedicated to educating underserved women about breast cancer and linking them to early detection screening services.

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