Each patient's experience at our practice is important to us. As we strive to
provide the highest level of care, we value feedback on all aspects of the patient experience. This
MedicalGPS patient experience survey measures patient satisfaction from the time the appointment was
made to the time the patient spent with the provider.
Visit Preparation: Measures how courteous, respectful and friendly the clinical
staff was during the patient's visit.
Provider Explanation: Measures whether providers at this practice gave clear,
easy-to-understand explanations during the patient's visit.
Office Wait Time: Measures how satisfied the patient was with wait time during
Patient Recommendation: Measures how likely the patient is to recommend this
practice to family and friends.
I began my career working in a Neonatal ICU directly out of school. I worked as a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit nurse for three years, including two years at Children's Hospital in Chicago, Ill. NICU nursing was mentally stimulating, but very emotionally draining. I then changed to labor and delivery nursing at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, and I fell in love with it!
After working in labor and delivery for three years, I decided to go back to school to become a nurse-midwife. My husband and I moved to Washington DC, where I attended Georgetown University. I graduated in December 2004 and relocated to Denver. I have been with Rose Midwifery since December 2005. It is a wonderful practice in which to work.
I believe having a child is a life-changing experience. I consider myself very lucky to work with women and families during this pivotal experience.