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Gary L. Brewer

Chief Executive Officer

Valley View Hospital

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Valley View Hospital

1906 Blake Avenue

Glenwood Springs, Colorado 81601

United States

Company Description

Valley View Hospital was built in 1955 with $340,000 raised by local townspeople, which was matched with federal funds dedicated to building rural hospitals. And today, philanthropy is a deeply held part of who we are as an organization, and what we stand ... more

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Board Member
Colorado Hospital Association

Board Member
Roaring Fork Valley Community Health Plan

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Valley View | Colorado Healthcare Leadership

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Gary Brewer, Chief Executive Officer I am humbled every day by the caregiving that happens at Valley View. I've said many times they are the finest people in healthcare - by far, the best people I've ever worked with. My job is to help provide the support and environment they need in order to get their work done. I'm proud of what we do at Valley View.

Gary Brewer, Chief Executive Officer


Valley View | Board of Directors - Valley View

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Gary Brewer, Valley View CEO


With that continued growth, though, comes ...

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With that continued growth, though, comes an ever-growing parking problem that the hospital is in the process of assessing and determining the best solutions for, Valley View CEO Gary Brewer said during the Hospital Association's annual meeting on Thursday.

"We don't have enough parking, we know that," Brewer said in his annual progress report.
Valet parking alone has increased 87 percent since 2011, from about 26,600 vehicles parked to 38,600 last year, he reported.
...
But, with a price tag of between $8 million and $10 million, Brewer said the hospital has continued to explore options. That includes buying up additional land nearby for more surface parking, he said.
"It is something we're looking at," Brewer said.
Meanwhile, the number of full-time-equivalent employees at Valley View also continues to increase, from 748 in 2014 to 852 last year. Overall wages and benefits have also increased, from $89.8 million in 2014 to more than $106 million last year.
In addition, the VVH Auxiliary maintains a volunteer corps of 135 adults and 17 juniors, logging 15,000 volunteer hours in 2015, Brewer said.
The Calaway Young Cancer Center is now accredited by the American College of Surgeons' Commission on Cancer, he also noted.
Since opening in 2012, the Cancer Center has seen an increase in total infusion (chemotherapy) treatments from 1,181 to 6,792 last year, while the number radiation treatments has increased in that four-year period from 746 to 4,531.
Integrated care services have increased the most, from 2,464 in 2012 to 16,159 last year, Brewer reported.


With that continued growth, though, comes ...

www.postindependent.com [cached]

With that continued growth, though, comes an ever-growing parking problem that the hospital is in the process of assessing and determining the best solutions for, Valley View CEO Gary Brewer said during the Hospital Association's annual meeting on Thursday.

"We don't have enough parking, we know that," Brewer said in his annual progress report.
Valet parking alone has increased 87 percent since 2011, from about 26,600 vehicles parked to 38,600 last year, he reported.
...
But, with a price tag of between $8 million and $10 million, Brewer said the hospital has continued to explore options. That includes buying up additional land nearby for more surface parking, he said.
"It is something we're looking at," Brewer said.
Meanwhile, the number of full-time-equivalent employees at Valley View also continues to increase, from 748 in 2014 to 852 last year. Overall wages and benefits have also increased, from $89.8 million in 2014 to more than $106 million last year.
In addition, the VVH Auxiliary maintains a volunteer corps of 135 adults and 17 juniors, logging 15,000 volunteer hours in 2015, Brewer said.
The Calaway Young Cancer Center is now accredited by the American College of Surgeons' Commission on Cancer, he also noted.
Since opening in 2012, the Cancer Center has seen an increase in total infusion (chemotherapy) treatments from 1,181 to 6,792 last year, while the number radiation treatments has increased in that four-year period from 746 to 4,531.
Integrated care services have increased the most, from 2,464 in 2012 to 16,159 last year, Brewer reported.


Valley View | Emergency Care Team

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Gary Brewer, Chief Executive Officer

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