This article was orginially published in the Vail Daily on May 10, 2017.
Our school district goes out of its way to develop meaningful and impactful partnerships with all kinds of groups in our valley. We... Read More
Vail Valley Medical Center’s most important resource is our staff—the men and women who extend superior, compassionate care to our patients and guests. With 1,236 full-time, part-time and affiliated staff and 260... Read More
Vail Valley Medical Center recently sponsored the 9Health Fair at Eagle Valley High School in Gypsum, and I’m very proud of our clinical staff who volunteered their time to make free healthcare services available to our... Read More
Nothing ruins a vacation like illness. Yet, most people are unaware that almost 1 in 4 people will get symptoms of altitude sickness, or Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), when they come to Vail, which is at an altitude of... Read More
Dr. Kim brings a reputation as one of the top replacement surgeons in the country.
VAIL, Colo. – The roster of world class orthopaedic physicians at The Steadman Clinic expanded this past February with the... Read More
By Tracey Flower | First published to the Weekly, April 24, 2017
As the winter 2016-17 ski season wraps up, we’re presented with an opportunity to reflect. In this case, we’re holding up a mirror to a... Read More
As winter melts away we look forward to warmer weather, blue skies and berries!
Fresh or frozen, whole or juiced, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, acai and cranberries are powerful tiny foods... Read More
Thanks to our community's unwavering support of Pink Vail, every current and future patient treated at Shaw Cancer Center has access to complimentary exercise training, nutrition coaching, emotional support, outdoor adventures, a... Read More
Edwards, CO—When 63-year-old Leslie Holland was diagnosed with skin cancer in 2016, she knew she wanted to be treated at Shaw Regional Cancer Center in Edwards, Colorado—a nearly three-hour drive from her home in... Read More
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death worldwide for men and women. Improving what you eat is just one of several lifestyle factors that can reduce your risk. The American Heart Association (AHA) reports the... Read More