Gunnison Valley Health Foundation will be honoring Cattlemen’s Days
Tough Enough to Wear Pink (TETWP) at its inaugural event,
A Night of Caring, on Friday March 13th at the Center for the Arts in Crested Butte.
Executive Director of Gunnison Valley Health Foundation Jenny Birnie said
the gala event is designed to recognize organizations and donors who make
significant contributions to the health care system in the Valley.
“TETWP has donated over $590,000 in breast imaging equipment including
the latest 3D tomosynthesis mammography machine, breast biopsy device,
specimen imagery equipment and a breast MRI coil which will be available
soon,” said Mrs. Birnie. “They are also passionate about educating
our community about the importance of regular mammograms and continue
to pay for women’s mammograms who are either uninsured or under
Gunnison Valley Health’s CEO Rob Santilli said TETWP has been a driving
force to help make Gunnison Valley Health one of the best rural breast
care hospitals in the nation and we have nothing but appreciation for
“We are fortunate to have the knowledge and expertise of a specialized
team to tie our breast care services together including diagnostic radiologist
Dr. Karien Campbell, surgeon and breast care prevention specialist Dr.
Stephania Timothy and medical oncologist Dr. Paulette Blanchet,”
said Mr. Santilli. “We have the team and the equipment to deliver
the best in breast care services to the Valley and could not have achieved
this without the continued support of TETWP.”
“TETWP’s commitment and dedication to breast care services
for our community deserves profound recognition and we are thrilled to
honor and thank them at our gala event in March,” Birnie added.
For more information about Gunnison Valley Health Foundation’s gala
event, A Night of Caring, and to purchase tickets, contact Tammy Scott
at 970-642-8406 or visit