Carson Valley Medical Center recently released its “Annual Report To Our Community,” reviewing significant developments within the past year, previewing upcoming projects & expansions and outlining community outreach efforts.
This year’s report introduces the four new primary care providers CVMC has added to its five satellite clinics over the past year and delves into some of the service upgrades the organization has launched — including new mobile X-ray technology, a new EEG machine in the neurodiagnostics lab and a robotic UV light that uses UV-C rays to aid in disinfection efforts following surgeries and instances of patient isolation.
In 2017, Carson Valley Medical Center provided $12.8 million in community benefit, including $78,000 in community support and $516,205 in in community health & wellness programs (health fairs, free and low-cost screenings, support groups, wellness services and health education).
The community healthcare network had 200,237 outpatient visits, 12,120 emergency room visits and 1,316 surgery cases in 2017.
This year’s report also features photography of the Carson Valley area submitted by CVMC employees Justin Livingston and Zack Beitler.
The full report can be viewed online at this link. Hard copies are available at the front desk of the CVMC Hospital building or in the patient waiting areas of any of our clinics.