Love, Inspiration and Guidance for the Mountain Community
Stories from the Heart
Debbie Schwartz is the first person and the first smile people see when they walk through Mount Evans’ doors. Since 2012, she’s been greeting visitors, clients and staff. When she’s not working at Mount Evans, she gives her time as a volunteer with the Mount Evans Memory Quilters.
Night fell upon the Ambrosier family in September of 2015. Evergreen husband and father Aaron Ambrosier, 44, checked into St. Anthony’s Hospital with headaches and vision problems. He was given a heartbreaking diagnosis.
Doug is a wizard with numbers. He’s been forecasting Mount Evans’ financial future since 1998.
Physical Therapist Like many of her coworkers, Christie Smith wanted to work in the mountain community where she lives. She joined Mount Evans as a physical therapist
There are more than 18.2 million Veterans in the United States who have protected and served our country. Of these, more than half, are over the age of 65. There is a growing recognition, both here at Mount Evans and throughout the country, of the need to provide Veteran-centered care to our servicemen and servicewomen.
“A lot of patients tell me how grateful they are. Often patients think that entering into hospice means they have to go into a facility. Our care allows them to keep their independence. It makes me feel good knowing I am there for them and that my care allows them to stay in their home and not be uprooted near the end of life.”