Paralyzed Former Police Officer Gets Milestone Surgery From P/SL DoctorA deserving patient got a helpful surgery, and it was a milestone for a Denver surgeon at Presbyterian/St Luke's Medical Center.
Students Make Blankets For Hospital That Treats NewbornsThey may only be 6 and 7 years old, but a group of kids from around the Conifer area know some families going through a difficult time will be thankful this year for the blankets they've provided.
Young Patients Get A Halloween TreatSome superheroes brightened the day of young patients at a Denver hospital on Friday.
Woman Meets Life Savers After Going Into Cardiac ArrestA woman who was saved when she went into cardiac arrest met the people who kept her alive on Thursday.
Denver Hospital First In Region To Obtain Latest-Generation Da Vinci RobotA Denver hospital says it is only a few months away from using their impressive new robotic system in surgeries.
Colorado Hospitals Finalizing Ebola ProtocolsColorado hospitals are training staff to handle possible Ebola patients, but setting up the protocols is still a work in progress.
Bionic Ankles Provide New Spring In The Step Of AmputeesA veteran who lost both his legs in the war in Afghanistan is now fitted with bionic ankles, new technology that will help him walk better.
Colorado West Nile Death Traced To Cleared BloodA Colorado West Nile death has been traced to a transfusion of blood that was screened for the virus, federal health officials reported Thursday.
Tiny Babies Make Move To Brand New Intensive Care UnitThe tiniest babies made a big move on Wednesday as they were wheeled from Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center to the brand new intensive care unit at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children.
Presbyterian/St. Luke's Implements Precautions To Stop Spread Of MRSAThe Hospital Corporation of America recently released information on a national study to prevent methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in hospitals.
'Dog Days' Ease Anxiety For Hospitalized Pregnant WomenCBS4 Health Specialist Kathy Walsh found a Denver hospital making sure moms-to-be get to see their best friends on four legs.
Denver Doctor Helps Cowboys Keep Their Fingers In TactColoradans like to say the frigid temperatures lately are "Stock Show weather." The competition is well under way at the National Western Complex, and all that riding and roping can be tough on a cowboy's body.