Steamboat Springs and Routt County offer a variety of specialty medical services |

Steamboat Springs and Routt County offer a variety of specialty medical services

In addition to UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center, Steamboat Springs and Routt County are home to a variety of other specialty medical services and providers.

Casey’s Pond Senior Living Center 

Conveniently located just minutes from downtown, Casey’s Pond is a welcoming senior living community, surrounded by picturesque mountains and wide-open views. The center offers easy access to local dining and shopping venues, hiking and biking trails, contemporary arts, live music, hot air balloon rides, the rodeo grounds, and Yampa River Botanic Park. The 117,000-square-foot facility can house 150 residents and offers four different living options for older adults, including independent living, assisted living, memory support, and rehabilitation or skilled nursing. The facility’s Doak Walker Neighborhood was recently awarded the 2020 Customer Experience Award from Pinnacle Quality Insight. “Our warm and nurturing atmosphere inspires lifelong opportunities for residents to grow and thrive,” says executive director Brad Boatright. “Join our community to discover a life of casual comfort, where the majestic beauty of Colorado creates an authentic adventure.”

       —Info: (970) 439-1011,      

Other services

The Doak Walker Care Center, located in the new Casey’s Pond Senior Living campus, offers skilled nursing care and short-term rehabilitation stays.

The Haven in Hayden is a 20-bed assisted living facility with state-of-the-art amenities.

Northwest Colorado Health provides primary care, public health, home health, hospice and palliative care, and wellness and prevention services that address a wide range of health needs, from prenatal through the end of life.

Mind Springs Health provides outpatient and 24-hour emergency mental health services.

The Foundry provides lasting recovery through an integrative mind, body and spirit treatment program.

Steamboat Orthopaedic and Spine Institute (SOSI)/Steamboat Surgery Center is Steamboat’s newest medical facility, created in partnership withthe UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center “to provide safe and high quality outpatient surgical care in a cost-effective manner with exceptional patient experience.” The joint venture is designed to give greater autonomy to the physicians and lower the cost of surgeries for patients.

Two private orthopedic practices merged to create SOSI, whose services include the surgery center, MRIs, X-rays, occupational therapy and more. SOSI is now owned by five doctors: Michael Sisk, Andreas Sauerbrey, Alexander Meininger, Patrick Johnston and Clint Devin. Additional doctors in the practice include Bryan Bomberg, Adam Wilson, Alejandro Miranda and Lex Tracy. “It’s a huge benefit for our community overall,” says co-owner Dr. Andreas Sauerbrey. Adds co-owner Dr. Michael Sisk, “It’s a place where we can provide Northwest Colorado with the best care possible in orthopedic medicine. With our offices and services all in one place, it’s an intimate setting and convenient for the patient.”

“Orthopedic care is vital to our active lifestyles and we’re excited to open this important asset for our community,” Soniya Fidler, president of the hospital and board member of the surgery center.

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