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Betsy's Spirit of Survival

A Colorado native Betsy is a self-professed “mountain girl” whose family moved from Littleton to Leadville where she attended high school and she has lived in Steamboat for the past 16 years. She loves hiking camping paddleboarding and... Read More

The Aging Brain

Statistics show the lifetime risk of developing Alzheimer's after age 65 is one out of six women and one out of 11 men. Though Alzheimer's makes up 75 percent of the dementias it is just one of many; others include dementia induced by... Read More

Visiting Patients Have Expanding Options

This article was written by Scott Miller and originally posted by the Vail Daily on February 22 2016.  BACHELOR GULCH — On a snowy January weekday a group of people gathered at The Ritz-Carlton hotel not to indulge in powder but to... Read More

Heart Attack on Vail Mountain

One minute he is skiing the next minute he is VVMC's first cardiac cath lab patient. About a year and a half earlier Olch had suffered a heart attack during the summer. He was an otherwise healthy guy and even after his first heart... Read More

Game on for Medical Providers

This article was written by Don Rogers and originally posted by the Vail Daily on February 18 2016. First thought when hearing Centura Health declare their surveys show a need for more emergency medical care facilities in the valley:... Read More

The Pink JayHawk

On April 2nd Daniel might be the only one wearing blue under his Pink Vail costume. A graduate of the University of Kansas Daniel is a huge Jayhawks fan. He has even named his team Rock Chalk Pink Hawk in reference to his alma mater's... Read More