Business Briefs May 18, 2015 |

Business Briefs May 18, 2015

From left, back row: Brad Nichol, MD, surgeon; Bruce Greene, MD, radiation oncologist; Noel Armstrong, MD, podiatrist; Brian Murphy, MD, urologist; Gary Tennenbaum, Basalt Town Council; Michael Levy, physical therapist; Rob Leavitt, Basalt Town Council; and Jennifer Butterfield, MD, plastic surgeon; and front row: Michael Grillot, MD, orthopaedic surgeon; Rick Stevens, Basalt Town Council; Gary Brewer, CEO Valley View; Jacque Whitsitt, mayor of Basalt; Bernie Grauer, Basalt Town Council; Pamela Siedler, PT, rehabilitation; and Kim Spence, family physician.
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FridgeWize Q Blade named Top Product Of The Year by Environmental Leader

The FridgeWize Q Blade has received a 2015 Top Product of the Year Award in the Environmental Leader Product & Project Awards, a program recognizing excellence in products and services that provide companies with energy and environmental benefits.

The FridgeWize Q Blade is a carbon fiber evaporator motor fan blade engineered to significantly reduce energy consumption.

FridgeWize is based in Glenwood Springs.

Valley View’s Willits Care Center opens in Willits Town Center

Valley View celebrated the opening of its new expanded facility, the Willits Care Center, on May 12.

The new facility, across from Whole Foods Market in Willits, offers convenient care and services, ranging from physical therapy to office visits with primary care and specialty physicians, to those who live and work in the midvalley. Valley View occupies approximately 20,000 square feet of the second floor of the building. The entrance is on the south side of the building, facing the new Element Hotel.

Offices in the new Willits Care Center include longtime valley practices of Roaring Fork Family Practice and Pediatric Partners. Specialists from Foot & Ankle Center, Glenwood Orthopaedic Center, Heart and Vascular Center, High Mountain Brain & Spinal Surgery Center, Sports Medicine & Shoulder Center and The Lung Center also provide care. Women’s Health provides obstetric and gynecologic care through OB/GYNs and midwives. On July 1, the new Mount Sopris Plastic Surgery Center led by Jennifer Butterfield, MD, will open.

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