A nonprofit, community hospital

Since 1965
With locations from Vail to Gypsum, Vail Valley Medical Center offers 24-hour emergency care, cardiovascular services, childbirth, physical therapy, modern cancer care, internal medicine, endocrinology, general surgery, urgent care and more.    __________________________________________________________________________________ 

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50 YEARS OF VVMC

50 Years of VVMC

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50 Years of VVMC

Join American ski and snowboarding filmmaker Warren Miller, and Dr. Jack Eck in celebrating 50 years of VVMC.

LIFE-SAVING TREATMENTS

VVMC-Cardiac Cath & EP Lab

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VVMC Cardiac Cath & EP Lab

Cardiac Catheterization (Cath) and Electrophysiology (EP) Lab for life-saving treatments at Vail Valley Medical Center.

THE PATIENT EXPERIENCE

The Patient Experience

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The Patient Experience

I am the patient experience.

OUR HISTORY

A History of Vail Valley Medical Center

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A History of Vail Valley Medical Center

A brief history of Vail Valley Medical Center, featuring one of VVMC's early doctors and a visionary physician, Jack Eck, MD.

TESTIMONIALS

VVMC Is My Hospital

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Cindy Nelson

Olympic skier, Cindy Nelson, talks about her experience at VVMC.

VVMC Is My Hospital

Chef and local restaurant owner, Kelly Liken, talks about Vail Valley Medical Center.

Ryan & Trista Sutter

Locals, Ryan and Trista Sutter, talk about their experience at Vail Valley Medical Center.

Tred Barta

Tred Barta-hunter, fisherman, and outdoorsman, who hosts The Best and Worst of Tred Barta on NBC SPORTS OUTDOORS-talks about his experience at Vail Valley Medical Center.

Chuppa & Rachel Nelson

Locals, Chuppa and Rachel Nelson, talk about their experience with Vail Valley Medical Center.

 

News

    • May 23, 2016
    • Paying It Forward—and Coming Full Circle

    • Debbie King Ford wanted to help other women battling breast cancer when Shaw Regional Cancer Center opened in fall 2001. She had undergone a lumpectomy earlier that year at VVMC, followed by radiation... MORE →
    • May 23, 2016
    • Can't Keep a Good Man Down

    • Climber Mike Kimmel gripped a tiny ledge with his right fingertips 50 feet up a sheer cliff. His left hand straining up and across for the next hold. Pain tore through his shoulder. Kimmel fell. He di... MORE →
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