5th Anniversary Celebration
Southwestern Colorado Area Health Education Center (SWCAHEC) is celebrating its fifth anniversary. The public is invited to a reception Wednesday, September 2 from 5 – 7pm at Animas River Café, Doubletree Hotel, Durango. RSVP required by noon, Monday, August 31 to Karen Rider: 970-375-3250 or email@example.com.
Health Careers Camp 2015
See Camp Highlights HERE!
The vision of SWCAHEC is for health to constantly be improving in the region. The mission is to improve quality and accessibility of health-related education and community and public health programming for students, professionals, and community members. SWCAHEC has a special emphasis on serving underserved populations and on promoting collaboration with existing health resources while filling gaps that affect the health of the community.
Southwestern Colorado Area Health Education Center (SWCAHEC) is a non-profit organization that strives to improve rural health in the eight SW counties of Colorado. SWCAHEC has a strong emphasis on supporting rural primary care and community health, and on developing a pipeline of students who will eventually be our region’s health professionals.
Public Meeting on the Animas River/Gold King Mine Incident Durango, CO – The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), San Juan Basin Health Department, La Plata County, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) and other agencies responding to the impacts of the
Animas River Health Advisory The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has collected and analyzed water quality and sediment from the Animas River. The data indicates that the river has returned to stable conditions that are not a concern for human health during typical
From the La Plata County Emergency Webpage: EPA officials are working with La Plata County Director of Emergency Management Butch Knowlton and ditch operators to inspect and flush out select irrigation ditches as a measured step towards opening irrigation for farmers and ranchers who