St. Rose Dominican Community Programs
Dignity Health - St. Rose Dominican continues to meet the community’s health needs in a variety of ways based on a commitment to promote wholeness of body, mind and spirit in an atmosphere of collaboration.
This past fiscal year (2015), that mission was prominent as St. Rose Dominican provided nearly $140 million in net community benefits, including the unpaid cost of Medicare.
In early 2016, Dignity Health - St. Rose Dominican, the community's only not-for-profit, faith based hospital system, made more than 291,000 in grant awards to five health or wellness nonprofit organizations in Henderson and Las Vegas. St. Rose has funded community programs for more than 20 years.
Dignity Health - St. Rose Dominican and its affiliate organizations are strong supporters of the community. A variety of community programs are available for Henderson and Las Vegas valley residents and visitors.
Congestive Heart Active Management Program.
Dignity Health - St. Rose Dominican offers a comprehensive program to assist those who have a condition known as heart failure.
Diabetes Education & Management
The Dignity Health - St. Rose Dominican diabetes program team empowers, educates, and allows those with diabetes to independently self-manage the disease.
Engelstad Foundation R.E.D. Rose Program
"Responsible, Early Detection" of Breast Cancer
If you – or someone you know – have found a lump in your breast or chest area but do not have adequate insurance to have it checked, Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican's "Engelstad Foundation R.E.D. Rose Program" may be able to help.
St. Rose Dominican chronic disease self management program teaches individuals how to live with a chronic condition, such as arthritis, diabetes, heart or lung problems, cancer, and more.
Helping Hands of Henderson
Maintain your independence with Helping Hands. If you could avoid or postpone costly, long-term, out-of-home care – whether for yourself or a loved one – you would. Artie J. Cannon Helping Hands of Henderson, a community-based transportation and nutrition program, can help make this happen.
During pregnancy, almost every substance in your blood can pass to your baby. This means the baby shares the medicine, drugs, nicotine, alcohol, marijuana and other substances you use while pregnancy. This can cause Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) in your baby when you deliver. Substance use does not discriminate; it affects women across all racial and ethnic groups, all socioeconomic groups, and affects women in rural, urban, and suburban populations. The EMPOWERED program was developed to be a guide for new moms as they embark on this next chapter in their lives; the program was designed to help find the best options for women.
The St. Rose Dominican physician referral phone line proudly works with over 1,300 dedicated physicians in the Las Vegas valley. Our representatives help make finding a St. Rose doctor simple and convenient.
WIC (Women, Infants, & Children) Program
The WIC Program provides healthy food, nutrition consultations, and breastfeeding support for pregnant women and children up to age 5. See if you are eligible.