Rocky Mountain Health Plans, in collaboration with HopeWest, is proud to announce the groundbreaking of the new Robinson Center for Hope facility today! HopeWest, previously known as Hospice & Palliative Care of Western Colorado, will be constructing a new building, just across the street from Montrose Hospital, to meet the needs of residents in Montrose, Olathe, Ouray and Ridgway when they need it the most.
The Robinson Center for Hope further facilitates HopeWest’s goal of changing the way communities experience serious illness and grief. Their support, therapies and guidance for families and children through times of loss profoundly influence the Grand Valley community, and will now be better suited to do so in Montrose County.
Rocky Mountain Health Plans is honored to have supported HopeWest in this venture and we are delighted the facility will be named in honor of A. Curtis Robinson, a long-time resident of Montrose and a respected member of the RMHP Board of Directors. RMHP joined with many others in Montrose and Western Colorado to make this goal a reality for the community in which we all live. Executives from RMHP will attend the groundbreaking.
We invite you to join us today at 2pm to celebrate this important addition to the Montrose community!