June 28, 2012 Rifle, CO: Grand River Hospital and Medical Center welcomes Patricia Mages, Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, to Grand River Women’s Health. Ms. Mages is relocating to Grand River from Cheyenne OB-GYN in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Ms. Mages will work in conjunction with Dr. Gary Meyer, D.O. and will begin seeing patients Monday July 2nd.
“We are very excited about Ms. Mages’ decision to come to Grand River Medical Center. Her depth of knowledge and wealth of experience in the field of Women’s Health will be a great additional benefit to both our current and future patients and will provide improved local access to Women’s Health Care.” says Grand River Medical Director Dr. Gary Meyer.
Ms. Mages has provided Women’s Health Care since 1984. In 1977, she received her BSN in Nursing Science from the University of Wyoming, where she graduated with honors. She received her Nurse Practitioner education from Harbor- UCLA Medical Center. And, she recently received her Masters from the University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey. Her services include a full range of women’s healthcare services for all age groups.
“I am looking forward to serving the people of the Grand River Hospital district, and feel very fortunate to be relocating to such a beautiful part of Colorado!” says Mages about her new position.
Grand River Hospital District serves Western Garfield County, Colo. in an effort to improve the health and wellbeing of local communities. Grand River operates Grand River Hospital and Medical Center and E Dene Moore Care Center in Rifle and Battlement Mesa Medical Clinic, Grand River Student Health Center and Grand River Health and Safety Center in Parachute. Grand River’s focus is on offering exceptional local health care and meaningful clinical and community outreach. For more information, please visit