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Play for P.I.N.K Adds New Summer Event to Fundraising Effort

Press Releases

June 29, 2018 (Telluride, CO) — With the 12th annual Play for P.I.N.K. Golf Tournament, planned for July 30, already sold out, organizers have added a Rosé tasting event to the schedule. The PINK Patio Party, hosted by the Telluride Ski & Golf Resort at the Tomboy Tavern, will include over 30 global wines to … Continued

CEO Blog: How many fingers am I holding up?

CEO Blog, Press Releases

Two years ago I assumed the CEO position for Telluride Regional Medical Center excited for the great opportunity to lead the construction of a model Critical Access Hospital that would accommodate current and future health care needs for this community. As was pointed out to me recently by a former Hospital District board member, according … Continued

Mtn Mama 101

Press Releases, Uncategorized

June 6, 2018 (TELLURIDE, CO) — Expecting mothers and their partners are invited to join the Primary Care team at the Telluride Regional Medical Center on Wednesday, June 13, 5:30-6:30p.m., to learn about prenatal health and caring for newborns, specifically in this region. The event will cover pre-natal myths, oxygen needs for infants at altitude, normal schedules for well-baby checks and vaccines, … Continued

Med Center Now Trained to Keep Local Kids Cavity Free

Press Releases

June 5, 2018 (TELLURIDE, CO) — Last month the primary care team at the Telluride Regional Medical Center underwent training to offer better preventive dental and oral health services to children, with a focus on infants and toddlers. The training was provided by the Cavity Free at Three project managed by the Colorado Department of Public … Continued

New Law Mandates Guidelines for Prescribing and Dispensing Opioids

Press Releases

June 1, 2018 (TELLURIDE, CO) — On May 21 Colorado became the latest state to sign into law guidelines for the prescribing and dispensing opioids. The new law, which is effective immediately, puts a limit on initial opioid prescriptions and requires physicians to screen patients on the state Prescription Drug Monitoring Program database upon the … Continued

Recommendations for active wildfire smoke

Press Releases

May 28, 2018 (Telluride, CO) —  The Telluride Regional Medical Center has issued recommendations regarding the active wildfire 40 air miles west of Telluride that is presently producing smoke throughout the region. Wildfire smoke is a mixture of gasses and fine particles from burning trees and the plant materials. Smoke can hurt eyes, irritate respiratory systems and … Continued

What’s a shipping container have to do with wellness?

CEO Blog, Press Releases

Earlier this month a 225 square foot shipping container was placed just outside the primary care entrance to the Telluride Regional Medical Center. We’re calling it a Wellness Annex, and reasonably, you might have some questions about this. What’s a Wellness Annex and how will it be used? The shipping container turned Wellness Annex will … Continued

‘Stop the Bleed’ Added to CPR & AED Classes

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For Immediate Release: May 9, 2018 (TELLURIDE, CO) — In recognition of National EMS Week, the Telluride Regional Medical Center will partner with the Telluride Fire Protection District to offer free Stop the Bleed training in conjunction with the Fire District’s free CPR and AED courses scheduled May 21 through the 24th. “Blood loss is the top … Continued

What happens in a wellness exam?

Medical Moments

Off season is for slowing down and taking care of yourself. Dr. Sharon Grundy and the Primary Care team at the Telluride Regional Medical Center like to see our locals in April, May, October and November for what they call Preventive Health Season. Why come in for a preventive health exam? The CDC’s statistics demonstrate the majority of the top 10 causes of … Continued

April & May Preventive Health Season

Press Releases

Preventive health season aims to keep locals healthy with screenings, exams and identifying risk factors—it’s also a way to get deeply discounted services to patients who are under/uninsured. Schedule your check-up throughout April or May to take advantage of discounted services, screenings and exams, and low patient volume. Off-season is the best time to foster … Continued

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