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Plateau Valley Hospital District
The Plateau Valley Hospital District is a Special District which was formed in 1972 to create a tax base for capital construction and for operational expenses. Originally known as Faith Hospital, and now called Plateau Valley Medical Clinic, health services and medical care have been provided to the Plateau Valley and surrounding areas since 1924. Ancillary Services are also provided.
Meet the Board
The Plateau Valley Hospital Board is comprised of five volunteers dedicated to serving the members of the community.
David Bristol, Secretary/Treasurer, has served since January 21, 2004. Dave is married to Janet and has four children. Derek is a teacher and coach, Paige is a full-time mom, Mandy is a medical doctor, and Brian is a Science teacher at Plateau Valley High School. Dave retired from the school system after 29 years as an educator. He presently coaches football. He grew up in Fruita and has lived in the community for 28 years.
William ( Denny ) Holmes, Trustee, has served since August 18, 2004. Denny lives south of Mesa with his wife, Kathleen. They have two grown children who are living in Georgia and North Carolina. Denny is retired from UPS, where he spent 34 years working in Industrial Engineering, Operations and Labor Relations. Denny also serves on the Advisory Board of the Food Bank of the Rockies.
Steve Bryson, new board member - more info coming soon
Kris McGovern, new board member - more info coming soon
Mike Simons, new board member - more info coming soon
Board Member Honors
Helen Spence, Board President 2004-2013, was honored posthumously with SDA’s (Special District Association) Board Member of the Year Award in October 2013.