Hospital-based Social Workers Tackle Tough Challenges
Hospital-based Social Workers Tackle Tough Challenges
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.
Centennial Hills Hospital Completes $18 Million Expansion
Centennial Hills Hospital Completes $18 Million Expansion
Centennial Hills Hospital, located in northwest Las Vegas, recently completed its $18.2 million expansion. The project built out the remaining two floors of the eight-story tower, adding 60 private patient rooms and over 200 additional parking spaces.
Centennial Hills Hospital First in Nevada to Earn National Recognition for Safety in Surgery
Centennial Hills Hospital First in Nevada to Earn National Recognition for Safety in Surgery
Centennial Hills Hospital is one of only five hospitals in the country, and the first in Nevada, to earn the Go Clear Award™ to eliminate hazardous smoke during surgical procedures.
Valley Health System Hospitals Utilize Eco-Friendly Practices
Ahead of Earth Day, the six hospitals of The Valley Health System are sharing some of the green practices currently in place.
Discover the Robotic Technology That Changed David Gardner's Life
Discover the Robotic Technology That Changed David Gardner's Life
David was diagnosed with rectal cancer last June, three days after retiring from his career as a science teacher. “I was blindsided,” he recalls of getting the diagnosis.
Getting Relief from Reflux
The Comprehensive Reflux Center at Centennial Hills Hospital provides evaluation and treatment of heartburn and acid indigestion.
Henderson Hospital exterior shot of building.
Henderson Hospital Focuses on Patient Safety and Satisfaction
“Everyone, from the housekeepers to the nurses and doctors, is dedicated to service excellence. You can’t underestimate that,” says Henderson Hospital CEO Sam Kaufman.
Photo of Samantha Blankenship who survived a potentially fatal heart infection.
Unexpected Cardiac Surgery Leads to Good Results
When 22-year-old Samantha Blankenship first began feeling pain in her fingers and toes, she had no idea it was the result of an uncommon and potentially fatal heart infection.

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