RANGELY I Since coming to Rangely District Hospital in January 2008, Nick Goshe has seen many changes. And things are still changing. But in a good way.
RANGELY — Shingo Tanaka has been working as Rangely District Hospital’s physical therapist for just over a month. But people are already noticing his individualized approach to patients.
Rangely District Hospital has announced the addition of prenatal care to its list of available patient services.
RANGELY — Nick Goshe, Rangely District Hospital chief operating officer, announced the hiring of Mary Reese as the hospital’s new director of nursing.
RANGELY — Nick Goshe knows it will be a challenge.
RANGELY — Alaska’s loss is Rangely’s gain with the addition of Dr. Brenda Hinton as a full-time Rangely District Hospital staff physician.
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.
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.
RANGELY — Jack Rich was named the new chairperson of the Rangely District Hospital.
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.
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.