Once again, the Longmont United Hospital VOLUNTEERS bring joy to patients and staff alike. This time with a TAILS Parade. Everyone is looking forward to the day they are back INSIDE the hospital.
"Sometimes the best therapist has fur and four legs.
Benjamin, 12, of Longmont has been a 3d printing enthusiast ever since he learned of the technology when he was 8 years old. He taught himself how to assemble 3d printers, install the software and design models. Benjamin learned about the problem of prolonged use of medical face masks from a family friend physician and that 3d printed ear guards could be a solution. More...
Our surgeons joined our EMS Coordinator and Trauma Program Manager treating them with the care and kindness of our community with all the fire stations during EMS week. Just one more way to bring our caring community full circle!
"May you be proud of the work you do, the person you are,
and the difference you make."
Our neighborhood is filled with goodness and caring and sharing. Sometimes just a sign can make all the difference in the world.
"I always thought I had good neighbors. Turns out I have the best neighbors in the world." Jim Casey .
What a gift the Air Force Thunderbirds gave to Coloradoans with a flyover tribute to healthcare workers. They even sent an autographed photo to our CEO Tina Johnson as a terrific reminder of their gift. And if that was not enough the Colorado National Guard followed up with a flyover two weeks later! Thanks one and all.
“Always ready, always there. ” National Guard Theme Song
Flatirons Community Church - that's who! They very generously provided over 125 LUH associates with lunch from the Scratch Food Truck! What fun to get outside and get fed during these precarious times.
"I believe that we were created to be worshipers" Jim Burgen