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Designed for our physician partners, this tool centralizes online resources—currently accessible from multiple hospital systems and entry points— into one, easy-to-use site. You’ll find access to remote and secure patient information, as well as clinical and practice resources.
Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children Affiliated Physicians
Access HealthONE (AH1) is a 24/7 transfer center that serves as a gateway for requests from physicians wishing to transfer a patient into HealthONE. The transfer center is open seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day. AH1 is staffed with experienced acute care RN’s and EMT/Paramedics to facilitate patient transfers, consults, and transports.
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In the News
Dr. Pengel Offers Advice on Preventing 'Exercise Deficit Disorder'
Dr. Brooke Pengel recently was published in AAP News, "How to protect your patients from 'exercise deficit disorder.'"
Dr. Polousky Publishes ACL Injury Guidelines
Dr. John Polousky was published in the April 2015 issue of the Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery with "The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Evidence-Based Guideline on Management of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries."
"Two Decades of Experience with Thoracoscopic Lobectomy in Infants and Children..."
Dr. Steven Rothenberg recently was published in the Journal of Laparoendoscopic and Advanced Surgical Techniques with an article, "Two Decades of Experience with Thoracoscopic Lobectomy in Infants and Children: Standardizing Techniques for Advanced Thoracoscopic Surgery."
Dr. Brooke Pengel Published in Pediatric Annals
Dr. Pengel recently was published in Pediatric Annals with an article entitled "Common Overuse Injuries in the Young Athlete." Dr. Pengel offers an overview of the most common pediatric overuse injuries, providing information on risk factors, prevention diagnosis and treatment.
State-of-the-Art EA/TEF Repair
Dr. Steven Rothenberg performed the first esophageal atresia with tracheoesophageal fistula repair using a thoracoscopic approach. He was published in Pediatric Surgery International about the surgery.