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Camper explosion injures woman on National Forest near Mancos

A propane leak caused an explosion in a camper on the San Juan National Forest May 21. A woman was seriously burned and was airlifted by Flight For Life to Mercy Regional Medical Center in Durango.

Durango doctor shares experience fighting COVID-19 in Farmington

Dr. Jenny Hargrove, emergency medicine physician at San Juan Regional Medical Center, commutes from her home in Durango and said the two communities often forget how connected they are.

Durango doctor shares experience fighting COVID-19 in Farmington

Dr. Jenny Hargrove considered moving into temporary housing to limit exposure to her family, but decided the emotional toll would be too great.

Durango doctor shares experience fighting COVID-19 in Farmington

Dr. Jenny Hargrove said there may be a false sense of security among people in Durango.

Southwest Colorado hospitals eager to resume elective surgeries

Mercy Regional Medical Center staff members, from left, Dr. Kendall Rockler, Dr. Jack McManus, Physicians Assistant Mark Foster and Dr. Darcy Rumberger work April 17 in the negative-pressure area of the Emergency Department at the hospital.

Mercy now offering widespread community testing for COVID-19

Mercy Regional Medical Center says it can now offer community testing for the coronavirus.

On the front lines of the outbreak in Southwest Colorado

Dr. Kendall Rockler, an emergency medical physician at Mercy Regional Medical Center, shows the decontamination room in the Emergency Department on Friday.

On the front lines of the outbreak in Southwest Colorado

Dr. Kendall Rockler, an emergency medical physician at Mercy Regional Medical Center in the Emergency Department on Friday.

Hospital executives say region is ready in case of a COVID-19 surge

Testing and hospital capacity were the main focus of the city of Durango’s most recent video update. Health care executives said regional hospitals have enough beds to match the expected number of incoming COVID-19 cases.

San Juan College, businesses partner to create protective equipment

Courtesy of San Juan College

A 3D printer at San Juan College’s makerspace produces a stack of face shield parts for San Juan Regional Medical Center.
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