RBC | The Rangely District Hospital Health Fair is set for Saturday, April 7 from 7-11 a.m. at the hospital. This year the fair will offer a variety of basic health screenings including hearing, blood pressure, […]
RBC | Wednesday, March 28 will be the eighth annual Makayla Jane Memorial Blood Drive at Rangely District Hospital. The St. Mary’s Blood Mobile will be located in the Rangely District Hospital parking lot at […]
RANGELY I Rangely District Hospital is proud to announce the arrival of MS1, a state of the art Advanced Life Support Ambulance. MS1 is larger and more advanced than any other ambulance in Rangely’s history.
RANGELY | The Colorado Hospital Association’s Rural Health and Hospitals Conference was held in Denver last week. Rangely District Hospital CEO Nick Goshe, Pioneers Medical Center CEO Ken Harman and board members from both local […]
RANGELY | Since the passage of the Affordable Care Act in 2010 budget struggles have been nothing new for Rangely District Hospital. Dwindling Medicaid payments coupled with booming Medicaid participants exacerbated those financial challenges. The […]
RANGELY I Rangely Family Medicine, along with other Community Safety Net Clinics (CSNCs) and federally certified Rural Health Clinics (RHCs) celebrated the seventh annual Safety Net Clinic Week, August 15-19. Rangely Family Medicine was one […]
RANGELY I The Rangely Community Health Fair will be held April 2 at Rangely District Hospital, where there will be free screenings, other special screenings with associated costs, a drawing to win a GX 3.5 […]
RANGELY I After a particularly harsh flu season last winter, many Rangely residents will be happy to hear that the start of this year’s flu season has been slow. Kelly Christian, the Infectious Disease Coordinator […]
RANGELY I It wasn’t a dream to be shared with just anyone. Especially now, when the hope of its happening had faded—faded, he thought, like the strength that once flowed from him, before the multiple […]
RANGELY I Rangely District Hospital’s recent financial woes mirror those of hundreds of rural hospitals struggling to absorb hits from mandatory federal regulations, health provider shortages and decreased patient volumes, hospital administrators said last week.
RANGELY I Rangely District Hospital is planning a public meeting for the third week of March to discuss budget cuts and the possible impact of those cuts on the community.