$500K raised for Orthopedics and Spine Institute at UCHealth Gala

Alan Condon -   Print  |

Colorado Springs-based UCHealth Memorial Hospital Central raised $500,000 for the UCH Center for Orthopedics and the Spine Institute at Grandview Hospital, reports The Gazette.

In 2017, Grandview opened as a micro hospital and emergency room but has expanded to include advanced orthopedic and sports medicine care.

Almost 800 people attended the 17th annual UCHealth gala and helped raise the record $500,000. The hospital aims to use the funds to build a new orthopedics and spine center, which will include physical therapy and lab testing as well as surgical services.

UCHealth is a nonprofit healthcare system headquartered in Aurora, Colo., that includes hospitals and facilities throughout the state. It also includes affiliate hospitals in Wyoming and Nebraska.

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