Colorado Mountain Medical's Vail Office Has a New Home
On Monday July 13 2015 Colorado Mountain Medical (CMM) will open the doors to its new Vail location on the first floor of the Medical Professional Building (U.S. Bank Building) on South Frontage Road adjacent to Vail Valley Medical Center (108 South Frontage Road West Suite 101 Vail).
Situated just west of the main Vail roundabout the new office is conveniently located offering complimentary valet parking and an x-ray facility.
This custom built space will be staffed by ten doctors and support personnel including family physicians: JerriLu Atkins MD and Steve Yarberry MD general internists: Mindy Cooper MD William Foutz MD and Mark Stephens MD obstetricians and gynecologists: Rochelle Bernstein MD Pamela Bock MD Cheryl Kohn DO Keith Samuels MD and Gale Santa Maria MD.
Same day appointments and urgent care services will also be available to treat acute injury or illness.
CMM will hold an open house event introducing its Vail Clinic on Wednesday August 12 2015 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with the opportunity for patients and the public to meet the physicians and staff.
Colorado Mountain Medical is Eagle County's oldest and largest group medical practice with doctors specializing in cardiology family medicine gastroenterology and hepatology internal medicine nephrology OB/GYN otolaryngology pediatrics and urology. CMM has offices in Vail Edwards and Eagle. For more information visit www.cmmhealth.com or contact Lisa Kerstiens at firstname.lastname@example.org 970-926-6340.
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