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Rose de Lima Campus

The Rose de Lima Campus has been serving southern Nevada for 70 years. This facility may be the oldest in the St. Rose system, but it is well known for its welcoming staff and technology. 

The first of the three Dignity Health - St. Rose Dominican hospitals, the Rose de Lima Campus was established in 1947 when the Adrian Dominican Sisters of Adrian, Michigan, purchased Basic Magnesium Hospital from the U.S. government for $1 a year for 25 years. A $25 million, 4-story expansion was completed in 1991.

The Rose de Lima Campus has been recognized for its quality care for many years receiving the following awards and recognition from Healthgrades, the leading online resource that helps consumers search, compare and connect with physicians and hospitals:

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  • Five-star recipient for treatment of respiratory failure (2014-2016)


  • Bariatric Surgery Excellence Award (2013) 
  • Five-star recipient for colorectal surgeries (2013-2017)
  • Five star recipient for esophageal/stomach surgeries (2016-2017) 
  • Five-star recipient for treatment of GI Bleed (2014)


  • Five-star recipient for Hip Fracture Treatment three years in a row (2014-2016)


  • Five star recipient for treatment of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (2014)
  • Five-star recipient for treatment of Pneumonia (2014)

The Rose de Lima Campus is the only hospital in southern Nevada to receive an A in hospital safety scores from The Leapfrog Group for three years in a row (2014-2016).

The Rose de Lima Campus was named after Rose of Lima (Peru), who was born in April 1586. She took the habit of the Third Order of Dominic and followed the dedicated path of Catherine of Siena. Throughout her life, Rose strived to imitate Catherine’s prayerfulness and dedication to the poor and sick. 

Rose was the first canonized saint of the Americas. She combined her spiritual life with a life of service to oppressed Indians and African slaves. Rose’s care of them was so exceptional that she is remembered as a “mother of the poor” to this day in Latin America. Rose died August 30, 1617. She was beatified by Clement IX in 1667 and canonized in 1671 by Clement X.


Dignity Health - St. Rose Dominican
Rose de Lima Campus
102 E. Lake Mead Pkwy.
Henderson, NV 89015