Banner announces intent to build new facilities - Brush News-Tribune

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Banner Health announced last week that it intends to build a new hospital and medical office building on a medical campus between Brush and Fort Morgan.
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Anonymous

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Very good news. I am so happy Banner health integrates our communities like this. I am trying to get NJC and Morgan Community College together on an advanced Science and Medical Technology Campus building in the Sterling are. I have written Robert Guthrie Biomedical and Genetics labs of New York to further our concerns unilaterally, as it would benefit our rural communities to outreach far beyond the Colorado borders to implement research ready curative efforts from all University frontiers. Including Harvard Medical, Stanford, University of Michigan, Maryland, Hawaii, Texas A&M, Purdue and more.

If you feel the same visit http://www.rgbgl.org/ and write
Dr. Lance Bolton, Ph.D. at NJC at http://www.njc.edu/static/contact/contact.asp... .

I've spoken with Ron from Walmart incorporated and the older Walmart building in Sterling may be one of the suggested sites. But it's up to community concerns too, and a more remote location outside of citywide paths may be preferred.

thank for your help, and if animals are talking to you, I know I understand your problem.

God Bless or Good Luck;
Andy Decker
Think again

Aguilar, CO

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Dear Mr. Decker
You missed this one...Banner Health has been the ruination of our hospital, where the average inpatient load all summer has been TEN. A large part of our former patients are all ready travelling to Ft. Morgan for their elective surgeries...think what another Banner facility even closer to Sterling would do...best do a little more research before you comment!
Anonymous

Fort Morgan, CO

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Well my mother didn't do bad with Banner Health. It's your surgeons working on Medical leave with the Military that may be of issue. Not the management. Why go for elective surgury if you can avoid it and wait for the best character with a real Diploma in something other than Field Ops? Not that your ROTC Med student may not be pretty good, but can he have a little while to catch up?

The field of Medicine makes the field of Military Hardware look retarded. Can you grow a new heart valve in an electrified dissicant tray? Or are they really supposed to get a new one from some Pig or Sheep. Maybe a goat or transplant donor, huh? Sheep Sheet.

What's real is real. And if Northeastern Colorado Medical Center Can't get the right Geneticist on staff, it isn't probable that Banner Health will have any better luck. But the Financial issue of hundreds of people a month leaving debt on the Hospital ledger will force their hand.

I know I haven't failed to offer a bit of assistance either to a friend in need while I was employed or not. But I'll be damned if I want to buy another Farm industry for myself to see myself inherit children through debt burden that mentally and financially would strain my life to it's regrettable fast end.

If I fail to inform a woman that I am doing well with that I love them enough to pay for that kind of stuff and You stiff them, what lesson is learned? I have a friend or two sitting at home for a few minutes that couldn't find their own wife and children if they were tied to them. Others leave it up to the Lord to decide who daddy and mommy is and just make babies or something I guess.

But soon enough, they'll have to pay the piper, and it ain't me. I want my own DNA sequencer to save myself the hassle of Forensic Science evolutionary developments for the most highest degree of precision in blame.
Ronald Andy Decker

Great Falls, MT

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Get your a-- handed to you"

...is one of those phrases that just doesn't make any sense, but has been passed on from person to person and commonly uttered without consideration of its literal meaning. I could just be overlooking the greater picture; maybe this is just a fraction of the original quote, I don't know. It just doesn't make any f---ing sense to me.
Now that that's all cleared up, we can move on to the rest of my day... which consisted of absolutely nothing else. That's right, I did nothing at all today. except talk crap on a paper bog as I have no life. Oh, I played with my rooster for a little bit this morning, and I must say, I'm starting to sound like I know what the I'm doing. Pretty gnar, for sure; that's the one "conventional" organ that I've never really been able to hold my own on.

Oh and I also started throwing a batch of nut yogurt on the kitchen floor. Very Red House Painters-esque, which is a nice change from the general all-over-the-place-ness of my other stuff. I've been wanting to play some simple, melodic stuff for a while now, but I can never recapture the initial feeling and just end up trashing it if I don't rub it right anyway, which I haven't done in a long time. It's overwhelmingly depressing how much fantastic material I've forgotten because of this in the drugs ive taken in past years. It just gives me that hollow feeling; the kind of hollow feeling that can't be filled by anything, you just sorta' have to get accustomed to it and hope it will stop being so noticeable that it affects your overall mindset and distracts you from doing pretty much everything you set out to do. It never really works for me, though; trying to fool myself. It's like losing a piece of yourself. Less like the kind of piece of yourself that is gone when you lose a friend or a good lover; more like losing a leg or something. Losing a piece of your heart is probably a better comparison, but this paragraph is already starting to sound a little too much like bad teenage poetry (which I can kinda' sorta' secretly still relate to), and I'm going to have to cut this one off at the head.

In other news: I still hate my mother. I just read an article about a Muslim family in which the their 18 -year-old daughter fell in love with a local Hindu boy.There are probably some people across town doing the same thing right now, and kicking back a few brews to celebrate a job well done.

Not exactly embracing the open minded tolerant multiculturalism our domestic lefties say we should, are they?"

Now, after spending a half an hour on my dogs ballsack, iI go on a idiotic rant about some deranged politician going off the deep end and turns it into an attack on the "concervitive" concept of being open-minded and tolerant of people different from themselves. If I'm not mistaken, tolerance and multiculturalism are fundamental aspects of American thinking, aren't they?
Have you ever noticed how the American government party is made up of the most idiotic portion of the proletariat and controlled by the some of the poorist, most "unsuccessful" people in the world? I guess big businessmen have learned keep an eye out for every opportunity to keep the profits rolling in. There's no easier way to make money than to take the most hate-filled, idiotic portion of the country fuel their fires with racist propaganda, then get them to vote for the candidate most "antaganistic" to their cause and having him push free lunches and schools. Rednecks and rich people, my two favorite groups, merged together to form one giant, foetid corn dungeon. remember to star panning for gold so we can ruin the world economy.
Crusty the Clown

Great Falls, MT

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Ronald Andy Decker
"I want my own DNA sequencer to save myself the hassle of Forensic Science evolutionary developments for the most highest degree of precision in blame."

Some times the proof is in the pudding. In your circumstances that’s simple, culpability lies with your genetic donors for procreating with their kith and kin, would be the most palpable solution…devoid of the requirement of a “DNA sequencer”.
Anonymous

Fort Morgan, CO

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Oct 18, 2010
 
Ha Ha Ha, yeah I know it. Those kinds cousins are pretty much more closer to each other than mine, how queer. And they want each others things to a huge level.

Anyway, have you read this website:
http://respiratory-research.com/content/8/1/7...

It seems that some are wiping the Floor with the CU dominatrix of heart and Lung repair:

http://www.ucdenver.edu/academics/colleges/me... , Susan.aspx

It's a good thing she went to New Mexico first or she'd have no chance at getting laid at all. Even her first name makes me horny.

Just a second, I gotta tie down my woman while somebody else reads the rest of them names. You know how cousins are !!!!!!!!!!

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