The steel is going up on the new Rangely District Hospital and the nice weather is helping the construction progress.
Rangely District Hospital CEO Nick Goshe said the dirt work for the new hospital is almost complete and contractors have begun drilling and pouring the caissons for the foundation.
With bulldozers in the background, Rangely District Hospital board members Jack Rich (president), Rob Mackey, Marty Estes (secretary/treasurer), Buford Adams and CEO Nick Goshe, broke ground on the site of the new hospital (Steve Petersburg, vice president of the RDH board was not pictured).
RANGELY I Groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Rangely District Hospital (RDH) are scheduled for Sept. 16, and construction of the $36 million facility will begin Sept. 19.
RANGELY I Along with construction of a new facility, Rangely District Hospital will be adding a new doctor. Maybe two. Dr. Barry Bialek will soon join the medical staff at RDH. “He’s from the Denver area and he’s what you would call semi-retired,” said Nick Goshe, hospital CEO. “He will be an every-other-week doc. He […]
RANGELY I No dirt has been moved yet. There are no workers on the job site. But there’s plenty going on behind the scenes with the new Rangely District Hospital. Voters in May approved a bond election to fund construction of the $38.7 million facility.
I recently received my mail-in voting ballot for the Rangely District Hospital and have carefully considered my obligation to return the ballot in favor of building the new hospital. Many people, particularly with the current economy, might be questioning the added taxes that this will result in, and this is understandable.
RANGELY I Ballots were mailed last Friday, asking voters to support a $38.7 million bond election to build a new hospital. Results, however, won’t be known until May 4. That is the deadline for returning ballots in the special district election.
RANGELY I Nick Goshe is hoping a new hospital will be just what the doctor ordered. Goshe, chief executive officer of Rangely District Hospital, said a series of public meetings will be held between now and April to provide voters with information in the hopes they will support a May 4 bond election to build […]
RANGELY I Rangely District Hospital will receive a $25,000 grant from the Caring for Colorado Foundation to expand its laboratory testing services. The project’s focus is to provide primary care services through laboratory testing to residents of rural northwestern Colorado.
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