Rocky Mountain Pediatric Surgery (RMPS) provides comprehensive general and thoracic surgical care "from conception to college."
Our organization's structure and affiliation with Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children allows the staff, nurses and pediatric surgeons to provide faster, more reliable care across the Greater Denver area. Whenever possible, we can see you today, we can arrange the tests today, you can see other consulting doctors today and if necessary, your child can get their operation today. Our pediatric surgeons are leading specialists committed to delivering surgical care to each young patient, including minimally invasive surgery and treatment for gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) with the Nissen procedure.
Dr. Rothenberg was recently named the “SAGES Pioneer in Surgical Endoscopy” for 2015 at the SAGES national meeting on April 15, 2015. This special award is given to a physician whose efforts have substantively changed and improved the field of endoscopic surgery.
Minimally invasive techniques minimize pain and risk. We are constantly updating surgical techniques to diminish the scars and pain that come with an operation by adding to the capabilities of minimally invasive surgery. We know what the latest techniques are: our pediatric surgeons invented many of them here.
2055 High St
Denver, CO 80205
Mar 31, 2016
JustRight Surgical in Louisville is crafting some of the world's smallest instruments for use in the tiniest patients, reducing pain, improving outcomes — and growing its business in the process
Feb 23, 2016
A 6-year-old girl from Dubai is up and eating after a surgery at Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children.
Apr 01, 2015
Dr. Rothenberg honored as Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) Pioneer in Surgical Endoscopy for 2015
Dec 19, 2014
This study evaluates the safety and efficacy of thoracoscopic lobectomy in infants and children
Aug 27, 2014
Esophageal atresia (EA) with or without a tracheo-esophageal (TEF) fistula is one of the rarer congenital anomalies occurring in one in 3,000 births.