Business Briefs July 31, 2017
Meraz among top Latino Mortgage Loan Originators
Susie Meraz with Bay Equity Home Loans has been recognized as part of the 2017 Top 250 Latino Mortgage Loan Originators by the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP). She can be reached at (970) 274-4666, 1319 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs, CO 81601.
Rodriguez joins Exclusive Athletic Club
Luis “Boricua” Rodriguez has joined Exclusive Athletic Club as a personal trainer. Rodriguez completed his personal training certification in Puerto Rico in 2015, where he is from. He is trained in writing programs for weight loss, muscle gain and injury recovery.
Home Care of the Grand Valley opens Glenwood branch
Home Care of the Grand Valley has opened a branch in Glenwood Springs. Hans Lutgring, former executive director of Columbine Home Health, which closed in December, and Columbine’s entire medical staff were hired by the new home health care agency, which serves patients from Parachute to Aspen, as well as communities along Colorado 133 to Marble.
The Glenwood Springs branch is located in the 100-year-old converted house at 929 Cooper Ave. that was home to Columbine Home Health.
Home Care of the Grand Valley was the only home health care industry provider in Colorado to receive one of the 55 Pinnacol Circle of Safety Awards for 2016. The award recognizes excellence when it comes to safety, risk control, claims management, and financial management. Additionally, in November 2016 HCGV received the national Home Care Elite award for being a top performing health care agency in the United States.
For more information visit: http://www.homecareofthegrandvalley.org or call 970-263-0202.
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