An informal “meet and greet” reception was held in early April to introduce new members of the Rangely District Hospital Board staff. Town residents met with new physician Casey Aguirre, D.O., who arrived in Rangely the first week of April; Dr. Katy Rieves, M.D., who came to RDH in November; and nurse practitioner Shelby Lindsay, who was board-certified last month and will begin seeing patients in the next few weeks. Above, from left, Dr. Rieves spent time with Rangely District Hospital board candidate Michael Dillon, RDH admissions receptionist Katie Dillon and Rangely residents Joann and Buford Adams. Roughly 100 people attended the reception for new and current health care providers.
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RANGELY I Rangely District Hospital serves northwest Colorado and strives for excellence by providing quality care to patients. A 25-bed critical access hospital and Level IV Trauma Center, Rangely District Hospital was founded in 1947. […]