The Steadman Clinic, partners to provide orthopedic care at new $70M hospital
Vail Health is on track to complete construction of Dillon (Colo.) Health Center, a $70 million medical center that will specialize in orthopedics, among other services. "The advantage to that is that they are less expensive than hospital-based services," Vail Health CEO Will Cook told Summit Daily. "People who before would have to go over the pass to have their surgery can now have it in this ambulatory surgery center, assuming that it's not something that's more acute and requires hospital care."
Hiring for positions at the new facility is currently underway, and candidates are encouraged to visit the Vail Health Jobs page or reach out via Recruitment Email or phone at 970-569-7502.
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