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Employee Spotlight,

March’s Employee of the Month – Angia

Congratulations to our March Employee of the Month, Angia! Angia makes the onboarding and training process for new employees smooth and virtually painless, which has helped both new hires and current employees. She is one of the first employees that new staff interact with, and she greets them with smiles and laughter. The employees she…

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ERBC Health Service District Board of Directors – Election May 3, 2022 – Notice by Publication

Pioneers Medical Center will be holding an election for three Board of Director offices on May 3, 2022, from 7 am to 7 pm. Pioneers Medical Center will be holding an election for three Board of Director offices on May 3, 2022, from 7 am to 7 pm at the Fairfield Center in Meeker which…

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February’s Employee of the Month – Deby

Congratulations to our Employee of the Month for February, Deby! Deby consistently shows extreme compassion, integrity, and commitment to patients and coworkers. Inspired by patient care, she loves knowing that her coworkers and patients can depend on her for comfort, support, and honesty; she works hard to maintain that level of trustworthiness through overwhelming perseverance…

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2022 ERBC Board Director Elections

The Eastern Rio Blanco Board of Directors will be holding a public meeting to discuss the 2022 ERBC Board Director Elections and an official Election Resolution. As part of the 2022 Election Resolution, the type of election (Polling Place vs Ballot), the inclusion of any TABOR related items, selection of a Designated Election Official, the…

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January’s Employee of the Month – Heather

Congratulations to our Employee of the Month for January, Heather! Heather has shown the highest dedication and compassion which has been recognized across departments. Her commitment to patients is outstanding! Heather is always finding ways to improve her department, and shows extreme attention to detail, accuracy and efficiency. Heather’s coworkers want everyone to know how…

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December’s Employee of the Month – Chris Singer

Congratulations to December’s Employee of the Month, Chris Singer! Chris goes above and beyond for our patients and PMC team. Recently, on his day off, Chris came in to help a fellow staff member. He worked a full day shift, then spent the night tending to a very sick patient and then worked a full…

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A partnership with weight

Orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Kevin Borchard and Sports Medicine and Nutrition physician, Dr. Justin Grant, work together to help Colorado Advanced Orthopedics’ (CAO) patients with elevated Body Mass Index (BMI) who are in need of orthopedic surgery. BMI is a ratio of a person’s weight in kilograms divided by their height in meters squared. It is…

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June’s Employee of the Month

Terri has been with PMC since 2020 and celebrated her one-year anniversary in May. “Terri is an outstanding and determined worker. She is incredibly kind and courteous to our patients and co-workers alike. The Orthopedics family is very blessed to have her.” Congratulations Terri!

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Give knees a (second) chance

Colorado Advanced Orthopedics, Sports Medicine and Spine’s (CAO) Dr. Kevin Borchard performs revision total knee arthroplasty surgery when a prior knee replacement has failed.  Many surgeons shy away from performing revisions because of the added complexity of removing old implants and figuring out how to place new implants when there has been loss of bone…

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Success by the Numbers

Stryker Orthopaedics and owner of the Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgery System, recently released Colorado Advanced Orthopedics, Sports Medicine and Spine’s (CAO), Dr. Kevin Borchard’s, reported knee and hip surgical outcome data for 2020.  Dr. Borchard’s 2020 patient outcomes were compared to a baseline standard developed by Stryker Orthopaedics. The baseline average consisted of 650,000 elective…

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