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St. Mary’s Medical Center & UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center Named on Becker’s Top 311 Hospitals for Maternity Care

To compile its Best Hospitals for Maternity Care (Uncomplicated Pregnancy) list, U.S. News examined survey data voluntarily submitted by hospitals from across the nation that provide labor and delivery services and submitted detailed data to the publication; 680 hospitals, an all-time high, participated in this year’s U.S. News survey. U.S. News gave 311 hospitals high-performing designations in maternity care for 2023-24. 

Gunnison Valley Health Foundation Launches Guardian Angel Program

The Gunnison Valley Health Foundation recently announced the launch its Guardian Angel Program. The Guardian Angel Program is an opportunity for grateful patients and their loved ones to donate to a healthcare cause in honor of a caregiver who had an impact on them during their visit or stay in a Gunnison Valley Health facility.

Infection Preventionist at Memorial Regional Health Receives APIC CAH Scholarship

Olivia Scheele, Infection Preventionist at Memorial Regional Health, has been selected as one of the distinguished inaugural recipients of the APIC CAH Scholarships, a national honor awarded to only three individuals out of 425 applicants. The $50,346 scholarship is poised to revolutionize the quality of care at Memorial Regional Health and contribute to the broader field of infection prevention.

Living Journeys Donated Shirts to Gunnison Valley Health’s Cancer Center

Thanks to the generosity of Living Journeys, Gunnison Valley Health’s Cancer Center patients will have access to free Comfy Chemoâ shirts. The shirts are specifically designed for patients with implanted chest venous access devices such as ports. The generous donation is another example of Living Journeys’ continued commitment to supporting the comfort and well-being of every person affected by cancer in the Gunnison Valley.

Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center Launches New Substance Use Services

HRRMC’s Salida Health Center (SHC) has launched a new substance use services program called The Green Line, now available to community members in our area. The program provides care and treatment plans to those struggling with substance use disorders, using a harm reduction method that does not require abstinence from substance use. The Green Line offers treatment, support and resources in a judgment-free, confidential space.