Fiscal Year 2013
AT A GLANCE
Net Patient Service Revenue
Provision for Bad Debt
Other Operating Revenue
Net Asset Release from Restrictions
Salaries, wages and benefits
Supplies and materials
Depreciation and Amortization
CHARITY & UNCOMPENSATED CARE
Self Pay/Charity Care
Number of Physicians on Medical Staff
Number of Beds
Number of ED & Urgent Care Visits
Number of Babies Delivered
Number of Surgeries Performed
Shaw Regional Cancer Center saw a 96.9% five-
year survival rate for Stage I breast cancer patients,
nearly 5% greater than the national average.
Think First educated over 12,000 people about brain and spinal
cord injuries and gave out 790 bike helmets and 189 ski helmets.
VVMC has an impressively low number of surgical site infections.
In 2013, VVMC saw about 1/4 the number of infections predicted
using criteria set by CDC. The predicted surgical site infection
rate was 1% and VVMC only saw a rate of 0.28% infections.
VVMC’s Cardiac Disease Prevention Screening saw 247 underserved
Eagle County residents, resulting in an average of -18 points
in total cholesterol, -27 points in LDL and increased physical
activity (34.9%) and decrease in high fat foods (22.8%).
VVMC added Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and
enhanced The Cardiology Institute in 2013.
Pink Vail raised $350,000 to support cancer survivors
and won best healthcare event in Colorado.
Howard Head Sports Medicine staff contributed to publishing
8 research articles in peer-reviewed academic journals —
advancing the science of physical therapy and sports medicine.
Dr. Peter Millett was selected as a Top 28 U.S.
Shoulder Surgeon by
Orthopedics This Week
VVMC Marketing Department won 8 Colorado Healthcare
Communicator Awards —more top honors than any other
healthcare organization in the state and included Judges Choice
Nonprofit Project of the Year for Vail Health Magazine.