Dr. Brenda Hinton joins RDH medical staff

RANGELY — Alaska’s loss is Rangely’s gain with the addition of Dr. Brenda Hinton as a full-time Rangely District Hospital staff physician.

RDH receives new ambulance, replaces older unit

RANGELY — The Rangely District Hospital has a new ambulance. The new 2008 Lifeline ambulance replaces an older unit. Ambulance director Shanna Kinney gave a tour of the new vehicle for the hospital board and the county commissioners and explained the operational details and spoke of the acquisition process.

CEO out at RDH

RANGELY — Jason McCormick and Rangely District Hospital have parted ways. A separation agreement was reached last Thursday, said Jack Rich, chairman of the RDH board of directors. McCormick had been CEO of the hospital since January 2006.

Hogan earns honor


RDH installs new board members, Rich named chair

RANGELY — Jack Rich was named the new chairperson of the Rangely District Hospital.

Introducing imaging-guided injection treatment at RDH

RANGELY — Localized spinal and joint pain are common conditions that debilitate millions of Americans annually. Most cases are successfully treated by conservative means: rest, medication, physical therapy or chiropractic manipulation. In some advanced cases, more aggressive treatments such as surgery or injection treatments are called for.

Recreation districts, RDH, elect new board members

RBC — The eastern and western Rio Blanco Metropolitan Recreation and Park Districts and the Rangely District Hospital elected new board members during the May 6 special district elections.

RDH board appoints Rich to fill vacancy

RANGELY – Two community members submitted applications: Linda Berry and Jack Rich.

RDH adopts Planetree philosophy

RANGELY — Named for the tree under which Hippocrates taught students, the Planetree care system seeks to make patients and their families, health care providers and the entire community integral parts of the cycle of healing.

Rangely Hospital offers cardiopulmonary services

RANGELY — According to the American Heart Association, coronary disease and strokes are two of the three leading causes of death and serious disability.