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D-11 partners with Penrose

D-11 partners with Penrose

According to a news release sent by Penrose-St. Francis Health Services, an ongoing health and wellness partnership with the health system “resulted in astounding savings of approximately $1.9 million for Colorado Springs School District 11 in 2014.” That data came from the district’s most recent health management overview, the release stated. In 2012, BEST Health Plan… Continue Reading D-11 partners with Penrose

Bustang to bust-out July 13

Bustang, the new interregional express bus service from the Colorado Department of Transportation, will deliver its first passengers to Denver’s Union Station July 13, according to a CDOT news release. The service launch will connect major populations, employment centers and local transit entities along the Interstate 25 Front Range and Interstate 70 mountain corridors during… Continue Reading Bustang to bust-out July 13

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Grant awarded to develop plan for Monument Creek

According to a news release from the city of Colorado Springs, a study to develop a plan to protect and restore the Monument Creek watershed will start in July thanks to a $300,000 Community Development Block Grant/Disaster Recovery planning grant from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. According to the release, the grant will be… Continue Reading Grant awarded to develop plan for Monument Creek

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Penrose-St. Francis Health Services entered into its fourth Professional Services Agreement last week after inking a deal with Front Range Orthopaedics. The agreement was effective April 1 and the terms of the PSA included the purchase of Front Range Orthopaedics’ assets by Centura Health. Those assets, as determined by an out-of-state third-party assessor, came in… Continue Reading Penrose pairs with orthopedics group

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Old concept gets new life via technology

Ross Hill made his first PictureBooth out of things he could find at a Tennessee Home Depot. “I made it out of plywood. … I bought a jigsaw to put the first one together,” Hill said. “It was really rough looking. Someone painted a white circle around the lens so people knew where to look.”… Continue Reading Old concept gets new life via technology

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City plans open for citizen review, comment

The city of Colorado Springs announced via a news release that it is developing a proposed five-year (2015-2019) Consolidated Plan, one-year (2015) Annual Action Plan and Citizen Participation Plan for the use of federal block grant funds. The Consolidated Plan is drafted to meet federal requirements, as set forth by the U.S. Department of Housing… Continue Reading City plans open for citizen review, comment

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Elizabeth Salomon joins Cherwell Software as CFO

Cherwell Software announced Elizabeth Salomon has joined the company as chief financial officer. Most recently, Salomon was CFO at Marshall &Swift/Boeckh and its holding company Decision Insight Information Group. She was also CFO at Ontario Systems, a software and services company serving the accounts receivable management industry. “Cherwell is pleased to have Elizabeth join our leadership team, especially… Continue Reading Elizabeth Salomon joins Cherwell Software as CFO

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UCHealth announces northern El Paso County location

University of Colorado Health announced expansion of its services into northern El Paso County with the opening of a primary care office in Monument. “Dr. Melissa Voutsalath accepts patients of all ages and has a special interest in women’s health, adolescent health, manipulative medicine and dermatology,” a press release from UCHealth reads. The office is… Continue Reading UCHealth announces northern El Paso County location

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Budgets fall behind as projects back up

It’s been said Colorado has two seasons: winter and construction. Winter is over, and heavy machinery and hard hats can be seen almost everywhere around Colorado Springs. Despite the volume of active and pending road and bridge projects, the funding needed to merely keep up with regional infrastructure demands is nowhere in sight, experts say.… Continue Reading Budgets fall behind as projects back up

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Kaiser to celebrate medical office grand opening

Kaiser Permanente will celebrate the grand opening of its Parkside Medical Offices from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, April 25 at 215 Parkside Drive. The grand opening of the health system’s second medical office building in Colorado Springs will include  a farmers market with complimentary produce, refreshments, chair massages, live music, a magician and activities for children, according… Continue Reading Kaiser to celebrate medical office grand opening

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