Rocky Mountain Health Care Services Opens Renovated Location

February 2, 2016

Rocky Mountain Health Care Services (RMHCS) has begun delivering services this month after completing renovations on a 60,000-square foot building in Colorado Springs, CO. The new space will allow the nonprofit organization to expand its mission of serving vulnerable seniors and those with brain injuries.

“Our mission is to improve lives, optimize wellness, and promote independence in our community,” said Tom Reiter, CEO of RMHCS, parent company of Rocky Mountain PACE, BrainCare and HealthRide. “Our dedicated staff will now be able to enhance this mission by delivering services in an inspiring and modernized atmosphere.”

The building is the former location of Doctor’s Hospital and Eisenhower Hospital. The new location features a medical clinic, rehabilitation unit, day health center, art classrooms, residential area, outdoor living area and commercial kitchen.

A ribbon-cutting and open house are scheduled for Feb. 9. Guest speakers will include Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers; Gavin Atwood, CEO of the Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado; and Shawn Bloom, president and CEO of the National PACE Association.

RMHCS serves more than 3,500 clients each year in El Paso, Park and Teller counties.

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