Above, she leads the discussion in the Pioneers Medical Center Board Room with healthcare-related folks from Meeker and Rangely on healthcare needs and barriers. Her message was for our communities to establish our own agendas, projects to address those needs and then come to the foundation for help in implementing those projects. McNeil-Miller is conducting a healthcare listening tour across the state to hear from past and potential grantees, community residents and leaders about their perspectives on health. Margie Joy, executive director of the Pioneers Healthcare Foundation, which hosted the event, expressed “deep appreciation to McNeil-Miller for bringing the group to Rio Blanco County and reaching out to us.”
MEEKER I Residents living in and around Meeker can be screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke or bone fracture. Life Line screenings will be held at the Rio Blanco County Fairgrounds on […]
RBC I On Thursday, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) announced $3,461,312 in new awards to nine organizations in Colorado.
MEEKER | “We are excited to award $4,500 in healthcare scholarships this year,” said Healthcare Foundation Executive Director, Margie Joy. Five outstanding students and healthcare professionals received this year’s scholarships, awarded to Kinzy Burke (nursing), […]