Toddler Finds Healing Treatment In Denver 'Space Ship'A toddler from the Seattle area is spending two months in Denver getting healing treatment.
Mini-Medical University Opens Eyes Of Aspiring Medical ProfessionalsSixty high school students considering a career in medicine got to spend the day at Presbyterian Saint Luke’s Hospital getting some hands on training.
Omelettes Served To Ronald McDonald Families For EasterThe Easter Bunny visited some young faces at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children on Thursday.
RMHC Uses Pediatric Manikins In New Mobile Training CenterFirst responders, doctors, nurses and more can now better prepare for emergencies involving premature infants to adolescents with the help of The Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children Mobile Training Center.
Father Warns Of Dangerous Virus Other Than FluWhile influenza is on everybody's minds, there is another illness putting people in the hospital.
Santa Visits NICU NewbornsSanta and Mrs. Claus visited newborns in the NICU at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children on Friday.
Baby Born Unable To Swallow Gets Life-Saving SurgeryA baby, who was born unable to swallow, should be home in Grand Junction for Christmas. His mother credits a Denver surgeon who repaired the life threatening condition through just three tiny incisions.
Colorado Flu Hospitalizations 3.5 Times Higher Than Last Year The flu is hitting people hard in Colorado, just in time for the holidays.
'I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant': Woman Surprised By Baby Boy's ArrivalNine months and one day after the birth of her first child, a Littleton woman unexpectedly gave birth to a baby boy.
Mother Finds Son's Cancer By ChanceA kindergartner from Parker is spending nearly a year fighting a rare cancer. Still, he is a lucky little boy. By chance, his mother discovered the tumor in its early stages.
Young Patients Treated to 'Reverse Trick-or-Treat' EventSome young patients at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children got the chance to take part in Halloween fun.
Grandfather Plays Harp To Help Preemies HealAt Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children (RMHC) in Denver, premature babies are finding music can be medicine.