Business Briefs May 7, 2019
Infinite Wellness Acupuncture is moving
Infinite Wellness Acupuncture is moving clinic spaces. As of May 7, owner Heather Douglas said the new clinic will be located at 401 23rd St. #104 B in Glenwood Springs, which is east of Grand Avenue behind Alpine Bank.
Trailhead Christian Counseling now a Medicaid provider
Trailhead Christian Counseling, a locally owned counseling practice, is now a Medicaid provider and accepting new clients.
Trailhead Christian Counseling began in Aspen in 2016 and has since extended its professional and Biblically based services within churches from Aspen to Rifle.
More information is available at http://www.trailheadchristian.com or by calling 970-510-5851.
New providers at Valley View
Two new providers have joined the Rocky Mountain Urology Center at Valley View as of May 1. Aashish Kabra, MD, is a general urologist with an interest in the prevention of urologic disease while offering advanced surgical options with minimally invasive techniques when needed, according to a press release. Dr. Kabra is replacing current urologist Brian Murphy, MD, who will move into a new role as Valley View’s CEO later this year.
Also taking on a new role is Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Ashley Gilley. Her background in nursing as the clinical nursing supervisor for the practice instilled in her a passion for patient education, including lifestyle counseling for prostate and bladder cancer patients.
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The Center of Excellence for Advanced Technology Aerial Firefighting (CoE) will proctor the drone training in the Rifle Airport building, according to a county news release.