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Committed to Care: Trauma nurse reflects on 17 hours with Vegas victim

Trinette Dixon was at the center of a “silent orchestra” of nurses at Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center in Las Vegas that treated more than 200 patients in the wake of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. Her 17-year career in nursing culminated in 17 hours of care to one patient. That patient survived.…
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HCA welcomes the first babies of the new year

A set of twins were two of the first babies born in the new year in the HCA Healthcare system. The rainbow babies – children born following a miscarriage or infant loss – were delivered at HealthONE’s Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center in Denver and were the first twins to be born on New Year’s Day…
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“A calmness throughout the chaos:” Sunrise Hospital staff share their experience after Las Vegas shooting

Earlier this week, we awoke to the news of yet another tragedy. This time in the American “City of Lights” – Las Vegas. It was there that a shooting occurred at an outdoor music festival that killed at least 58 people, injured hundreds more and sent approximately 200 victims – by all mode of transportation…
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