We are a critical access hospital on the Western Slope of Colorado funded by a modest hospital provider, fee payments, and cost report reimbursements. Our hospital district has funded most of the medical needs of our community. Our hospital district includes a family medicine hospital, home health organization, pharmacy, ambulance, and assisted living. Our Assisted Living Branch was built around 18 years ago and has some much-needed building repairs and quality of care updates that need addresses. With limited capital funds for our whole hospital district is due for a good facelift. My hope is to get a grant to help subsidize the repairs and bring our assisted living branch to an up to date eco-friendly status that will benefit our community with fewer tax dollars wasted energy bills and costly repair due to the age of the building. We currently have assembled a small grant team of employees to acquire bids and work on the grant process. Please help us shine again.
Programming and Dollar Needs:
We need to replace the roof, siding, windows, heating units, light fixtures, sidewalks, and some small projects too.
The Grant Writer should be ready to begin work on:
Provide a flat rate for writing and developing each of the following application(s):
Our organization is a(n):
Non Profit, Special District
Our company is in existence for:
We presently provide or will be providing services in the geographic areas of:
Western Slope of the Rocky Mountains, Colorado
Hospital - Acute Care, Skilled Nursing, RespiteCare, Extended Care Unit, Emergency room, Laboratory, Radiology Physical Therapy, Inpatient Pharmacy Cardiopulmonary, Procedure Room, and (Health Fair)
Clinic - Family Practioner Clinic
Retail Pharmacy - Pharmacy that provides prescriptions to a small rural community. With a 340B Self-pay discount program.
Ambulance - Provides critical medical transportation due to the remote local of Rangely.
Home Health - Home Health Service for surrounding areas. Including Physical Therapy visits.
Assisted Living - We have a great nurturing staff that provides assists to our residents with meals, bathing, medicine, and companionship. To ease their transition in life.
We are critical access so our funding comes from patient revenue, mill levy, hospital provider fee payments, and cost report reimbursement.
This will be our first time applying for grant funding.
We have not previously received grant funds.
We do not have a copy of our previously written grant application(s).
Our Ambulance Director received grants for a new ambulance from a CCITF Grant.
We do not have a fundraising packet.
We have an agency mission statement: Mission Statement
To continually improve the quality of life of the individuals and communities we serve.
We strive to be a premier Hospital and Healthcare Center completely dedicated to providing a continuum of optimal services for all we serve. We maintain an unfaltering commitment to caring for the whole of the person we serve and to our community. Patient service is our Number 1 priority.
We value and support all those who serve here in order to enable a successful and unified effort to create the hospital and health care center of choice.
We strive to exceed customer and community expectations by committing ourselves to excellence and to the careful management of resources entrusted to us.
In pursuit of our mission and vision, we will be guided by the following values: