In addition to providing critically needed health care services, Valley-Wide’s business operations positively impact our community’s economy: Valley-Wide Health Systems, Inc. Is a major employer in its community, providing direct employment for people in the community, including critical entry-level jobs, training, and career-building opportunities. Adds to its local economies directly by purchasing goods and services
Valley-Wide Health Systems, Inc. would like to to congratulate Dr. Kris Steinberg for being voted as Alamosa’s Favorite Female Doctor, yet again! To learn more about Doctor Steinberg click here!
Valley-Wide Health Systems, Inc. was recently awarded a Certificate of Appreciation for recognition of long term commitment to quality and safety at a recent NACHC conference. The conference was being held to recognize health centers that have maintained their accreditation for over 15 Years.
As we all sit at our desks typing away or are on our feet completing our day to day tasks there is one thing we almost all have in common…that nagging low back pain at the end of the day. In celebration of Physical Therapy Month, your friendly Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Providers would like
BIG NEWS: The recent Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) site review at Edward M. Kennedy Dental Clinic in Monte Vista was successful and it now qualifies as an American Dental Association residency training site. What does this mean to you? Expanded hours of service available soon at our dental clinic! Valley-Wide has a fine
As of Thursday, October 17th the federal shutdown has ended and a continuing resolution has been established for current funding. Effective immediately, WIC clinics will resume issuing WIC checks for November and beyond. All VWHS WIC clinics, including Alamosa, Monte Vista and Center, will be closed every other Friday starting Friday, October 18, 2013. VWHS
No one plans to get sick or hurt, but we all need to get treated at some point for an illness or injury, and health insurance helps pay these costs. Health insurance provides the security of knowing that you can get medical care when you need it. You can also get free preventive services,
The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications. October 26, 2013 – 10AM to 2PM San Luis Valley Drop Off Locations: Alamosa at City Market – sponsored by Alamosa Police
Despite the Federal Government shutdown, Valley-Wide Health Systems WIC Program is OPEN at all three WIC Office locations serving the San Luis Valley. WIC participants should keep their appointments. Those considering enrolling in the program should still do so. October WIC checks can be cashed at the grocery stores. For more information click here or
WIC is teaming up with Cooking Matters to to offer shopping tours for WIC families at the Alamosa Farmers’ Market in downtown Alamosa. Participants will learn about locally grown foods and bargain hunting at the Farmers Market. Participants can meet at the MOKI by the Main Street entrance for a tasty sample of a recipe