Henderson Hospital has added an eight-bed, Level II NICU to serve newborns that may be born prematurely or have needs that require specialized care.
To assist with patients’ pain management, Henderson Hospital’s leadership team developed a “comfort menu."
Our 2018 Summer Enrichment Series helps Senior Advantage members focus on engaging the mind and body while meeting new friends.
Henderson Hospital is the first hospital in Nevada to utilize the LOCalizer, a breast lesion localization system.
Gina Marsh, RN, performs successful roadside rescue on toddler.
One of the most important members of a hospital healthcare team is someone patients may not even see: a clinical pharmacist.
“Our goal was to provide a healing, caring experience like no other,” says Henderson Hospital CEO Sam Kaufman. “We’re very proud of the progress we’ve made and the reception we’ve had in the community.”
When now-college student Jeron Bodin developed a severe case of dehydration during a high school basketball game earlier this year, he found prompt care in the emergency department at Henderson Hospital.
While the medical team attends to patients’ diagnoses and treatment, hospital-based social workers focus on a variety of emotional, socio-economic and financial problems related to the patients’ health condition or life situation.