New BMH Lab Tech at home running lab or a 5k race

Blaire Bitsinnie is one of those dedicated high school athletes, who turned her passion for running into a career that has nothing to do with running. Blaire started working in the Blue Mountain Hospital Lab in May, armed with a Bachelors Degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology from Fort Lewis College, in Durango, Colorado, and a love for all things […]

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Dr. France Nielson joins Dental staff at Montezuma Creek Clinic

Another San Juan County native has returned to join the ranks of providers at Utah Navajo Health System, Inc. Dr. France Nielson, DDS, has fertile roots in San Juan County as a Blanding native and 1999 graduate of San Juan High School. Dr. Nielson is the son of the late Dorothy and Preston Nielson, of Blanding. He has been living […]

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Blue Mountain Hospital celebrates 5th Anniversary with community bash

On July 4, 2009, a dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony were held for Blue Mountain Hospital, and the healthcare fortunes of thousands, living in central and southern San Juan County, were changed forever. Donna Singer, then CEO of Utah Navajo Health System, Inc., commented at the time, “It’s an amazing thing to see this all brought together because the Utes, Navajos and Anglos are all working together to bring better health care to all residents of […]

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Bradley Hight talks about BMH and his role as Chairman of the Board

The Board of Directors for Blue Mountain Hospital has been instrumental in the growth and success of the hospital over the past five years. In the coming months we will be highlighting members of the Board of Directors in this monthly newsletter. To begin, we are glad to introduce our Board Chairman, Bradley Hight, of Towaoc, Colorado. Hello, I would […]

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BMH Float takes top honors in 4th of July Parade

Congratulations to Codi Orr and those who helped with the Blue Mountain Hospital Float for the 4th of July Parade! Their efforts resulted in the float being awarded the 1st Place Prize this year. The float (shown to the right) was outstanding. It honored the service, honor and courage of our military veterans and service members. Thanks from Codi to […]

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Survey shows UNHS stronger than ever and growing

A recent economic impact survey, conducted by Capital Link, verifies once again that Utah Navajo Health System, Inc. continues to be one of the most robust, economically viable organizations in San Juan County. According to the survey, UNHS contributes a total economic impact of $40,407,544 to the local economy, including a direct impact of $21,627,673 and an indirect impact of […]

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