Yampa Valley Medical Center plans $15M orthopedic center: 3 notes

Anuja Vaidya -   Print  |

Yampa Valley Medical Center in Steamboat Springs, Colo., is planning a new orthopedic center that could cost up to $15 million, according to a Steamboat Today report.

Here are three notes:

 

1. The new orthopedic center, along with plans to expand the emergency department and pediatric programs, will cost an estimated $23 million.

 

2. Currently, the hospital includes three orthopedic surgeons, none of whom are employees of the hospital.

 

3. The proposed plans will be implemented in summer 2017.

 

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