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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
Our Board of Directors provides oversight of operations, financial health, and quality initiatives which are so important in providing consistent quality care to our patients, our visitors, and to those in our community. Our Board is comprised of elected residents who are passionate about providing quality health care in our community and who have experience in business operations. The Board is an excellent cross-section of our community and meets publicly each month at EPMC to conduct medical center business.
Our primary purpose at EPMC is to provide the highest quality, safest patient care at all levels. We are committed to continually finding ways to improve patient experiences, patient outcomes, and improve overall wellness for all citizens. We have excellent people at all levels within the medical center to take care of the medical needs of you, your family, and your friends.
Park Hospital District Election FAQs
1. Where and when voters can drop off their ballots? Voters can drop off ballots in the EPMC lobby starting April 16, 2018 (which is the first day voters are allowed to vote per statute). A drop-off box will be placed by the volunteer desk in the EPMC lobby. There will be signage to help voters find the ballot box. The drop-off box will be in the lobby from 8 AM to 4 PM daily, except on Election Day, when the ballot box will be available in the lobby until 7 PM on election day.
2. Will voters be able to drop off ballots as late as 7 PM on Election Day? Voters can drop off ballots in the EPMC lobby ballot box up to 7 PM on Election Day.
3. When do mail-in ballots needs to be received or is it based on the postmark? Except for overseas (UOCAVA – Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act) or absentee ballots, ballots need to be received by 7 PM on Election Day. UOCAVA ballots need to be postmarked or transmitted by 7 PM May 8, 2018, and received by close of business May 16, 2018. (This is also specified in instructions accompanying ballots.)
4. When can one expect preliminary results? Certified election results will be available May 22, 2018 (to allow 8 days for UOCAVA ballots). Preliminary results will be posted on the EPMC website and normal media sites as soon as available.
5. Where can users find additional information? Deadline dates have been published in both the Estes Park News and the EP Trail-Gazette, and information is also available on the EPMC website (epmedcenter.com) on the About Us / Board page, under Files : "Notice of Mail Ballot Election"
For information about contacting a Board Member, please contact Julie Yaden in the EPMC Administration Office at (970) 577-4470.
BOARD CONTACT/EMAIL INFORMATION
All email messages sent to
the EPMC board members via epmedcenter.com email
addresses, and all email messages from board members using their epmedcenter.com addresses, are considered public.
If you would like to request a
private or personal discussion with a board member, please arrange contact
through Julie Yaden (above). To send a public email to a board member, click
the appropriate link below. Note that any message sent to or from an epmedcenter.com email address is available
for discovery through a Colorado Open Records Act request.
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See below for video/audio files of recent board meetings, pictures and bios of current board members, relevant public documents from board meetings, and for a glossary of acronyms and terms that will help you understand some of the entries in those documents.
BOARD FILES, MINUTES, NOTES, DOCUMENTS