HealthONE Hospitals Launch Baby Faces Campaign

Top Quote Weekly winners from HealthONE hospitals will be featured on Denver billboards. End Quote
  • Denver, CO (1888PressRelease) October 19, 2011 - HealthONE launched today an online photo campaign to promote some of the cutest Baby Faces in Denver. The babies featured were born at any of HealthONE's six acute care hospitals in Denver. The campaign is the first of its kind in Denver and invites parents to upload a picture of their baby for the chance for their baby to be featured on a Denver billboard.

    Hospitals in the HealthONE Women's Care Network deliver nearly 30 percent of the babies born in the Denver metro area, more than any other hospital system. The network includes The Medical Center of Aurora, North Suburban Medical Center, Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center, Rose Medical Center, Sky Ridge Medical Center and Swedish Medical Center.

    To enter, parents or guardians can upload a baby photo along with the baby's name and date and HealthONE hospital of birth through the entry form found on any of the HealthONE hospital Facebook pages. All entries will be posted on the hospital Facebook page for fans to view.

    Every week, each of the six HealthONE hospitals will choose its "Baby of the Week" from their submissions to be featured on a billboard in downtown Denver. The promotion will continue until Jan. 1, 2012. For more information, rules and regulations and to enter, please visit

    About HealthONE
    HealthONE is the largest healthcare system in the metro Denver area with 8,700 employees and 3,000 affiliated physicians. The health system is a Colorado company created in 1995 as a 50/50 joint venture between non-profit The Colorado Health Foundation (TCHF), Colorado's second largest charitable foundation, and various affiliates of Hospital Corporation of America (NYSE: HCA). HealthONE is now solely owned by HCA after recently purchasing TCHF's shares of HealthONE.

    HealthONE includes: The Medical Center of Aurora and Centennial Medical Plaza; North Suburban Medical Center; Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center (P/SL) and Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children; Rose Medical Center; Sky Ridge Medical Center; Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital; Swedish Medical Center and Swedish Southwest ER; 13 ambulatory surgical centers; more than 30 occupational medicine/rehabilitation, specialty, and outpatient diagnostic imaging clinics; and AirLife Denver, which provides critical care air and ground transportation for an ten-state region. 

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