The journey of St. Rose Dominican - from its inception in 1947 to its remarkable growth into the new millennium - is one inspired by timeless values. Those values are firmly rooted in the hospital's founders, the Dominican Sisters of Adrian, whose even more remarkable legacy of service to the poor, sick and oppressed is a tradition dating back to 12th century France.
The Rose de Lima Campus was originally built by the government to service the area plant workers and their families. The Dominican Sisters of Adrian purchased the hospital in 1947 for $1 a year for 25 years. The deal stipulated that the Sisters had to operate the hospital for those 25 years.
Today, nearly 70 years later, the Rose de Lima Campus is a vital part of the Henderson community. The hospital offers myriad inpatient and outpatient services, and it is our policy to provide care for all patients regardless of their ability to pay.
The Rose de Lima Campus offers a large variety of health services, including:
- Bariatric Surgery services
- Chapel and Chaplains
- Emergency Room
- Extensive Community Outreach
- Full range of rehabilitative services
- Full range of surgical services
- Home Health Services
- Hospice Services
- Intensive Care Unit
- Joint Replacement Center
- On-site Laboratory Services
- Outpatient Physical Therapy Services
- Outpatient Surgical Services
- Palliative Care Services
- PillCam Capsule Endoscopy
- Radiology Services
- Rehabilitation Institute of Henderson (inpatient rehabilitation)
- Respiratory Therapy
- Stroke Program (Joint Commission Certified Primary Stroke Center)
- Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine Center
Number of acute care beds: 110
Number of rehabilitation beds: 38 (of the 110)
Number of employees: Nearly 4,000 (total all campuses)
Number of Active and Associate Physicians: 1,300+ (total all campuses)
Total square footage: 220,000 sq. ft.