Gunnison Valley Health is delighted to receive a $50,000 donation from
Alpine Bank that will contribute to the development of the new Medical
Arts Building for the Gunnison Valley community.
Gunnison Valley Health CEO Rob Santilli said thanks to the generous support
from Alpine Bank, the Medical Arts Building will house a variety of services
including Urgent Care, the Center for Orthopedic Excellence, Family Medicine
Clinic, Behavioral Health, Specialty Clinics and Sports Therapy.
“Alpine Bank understood our vision to bring together a network of
integrated services in the one building that will be recognizable to the
Gunnison Valley community,” said Mr. Santilli.
“We are extremely appreciative to Alpine Bank for completing the
sale of the property, and the financial donation that will provide a complementary
suite of services in a prime Gunnison location,” said Mr. Santilli.
Alpine Bank is pleased to support Gunnison Valley Health with their new
endeavor that will provide a variety of vital services to Gunnison Valley
residents. Alpine Bank’s Chief Administration Officer Tom Kenning
said the bank is glad to play a part in helping the Gunnison community.
“It’s really simple; Alpine Bank knows how important health
care is to any community. It is an honor for us to help support the efforts
of GVH to make Gunnison a better place to work, live and raise a family.
We believe this new facility will do just that,” said Mr. Kenning.
Gunnison Valley Health’s Medical Arts Building will be located on
the corner of County Road 13 and Highway 135 in Gunnison.
“We are very grateful for Alpine Bank’s support and look forward
to providing a high level of excellence in health care options that will
positively impact our community,” said. Mr Santilli.
From left: Tom Kenning, Chief Administration Office Alpine bank; Glen Jammaron,
President Alpine Bank; Rob Santilli, CEO Gunnison Valley Health; Rhonda
Connaway, Chair Gunnison Valley Health Board of Trustees.