LITTLETON, COLO. – Centura Health, the Colorado and western Kansas region's health care leader, is making sure many of our tiniest patients receive a visit from Old Saint Nick this Christmas. Before he makes his annual trip around the world, Santa Claus is making a stop at the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) in several of our hospitals.
Santa and Mrs. Claus visited babies at Centura Castle Rock Adventist Hospital and Centura Littleton Adventist Hospital on December 5, as well as St. Francis Hospital in Colorado Springs on December 6 to greet the little ones and make sprits bright for their families and our colleagues. They even met a pair of newborn twins at Littleton Adventist who are celebrating their first Christmas season with us.
The visits were made possible by our caregiver partners with Envision Physician Services, the group that provides neonatology services at our facilities with high-quality whole person care. Expectant parents do not plan on complications with the birth of their child, but when newborns need extra care, Centura’s NICUs and highly skilled neonatologists and neonatal nurses provide the specialized care these children need.
Mrs. Claus was played by a regional director with Envision, and her husband played Santa. This has become an annual tradition in several of our Centura hospitals.
Centura Health connects individuals, families and neighborhoods across Colorado and western Kansas with more than 6,000 physicians and 21,000 of the best hearts and minds in health care. Through our 19 hospitals, two senior living communities, neighborhood health centers, physician practices and clinics, home care and hospice services, and Flight For Life® Colorado, our caregivers make the region’s best health care accessible. We’re on a mission to build flourishing communities and whole person care. We’re Centura Health, and we’re your dedicated health partner for life. For information on Centura Health or any of the facilities in our network, please visit the Centura Health website.