The tremendous work of Vail Health’s Eagle Valley Behavioral Health, Vail Health Foundation, and our community fundraising partners is featured in the 2021 It Takes A Valley Report.
(Vail Daily) The organization started a young health professionals club this year to introduce students to career opportunities in health care.
(Vail Daily) Vail Health began offering Stop the Bleed trainings in January 2020, at first to its own employees.
(RealVail) “Research has shown that bystanders – even with very little medical training – can become lifesavers,” said Jim Bradford, COO at Eagle County Paramedic Services.
(Vail Daily) Despite being one of the more prevalent types of crime in Eagle County, sexual assaults are often not reported here.