CEBT Health & Wellness Center opens in Gypsum
GYPSUM — Employees with Eagle County Schools, Colorado Mountain College, the Gypsum Fire Protection District and other entities that provide health insurance coverage through the Colorado Employee Benefit Trust now have a new doctor’s office option.
The CEBT Health & Wellness Center is now open at 35 Lindbergh Drive in Gypsum. Office hours are Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The office is closed from 1 to 2 p.m. daily for lunch. Additionally, the office is open from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Fridays
The CEBT Health & Wellness Center offers a convenient and affordable alternative for high quality medical care. For those members (employees and dependents) on the PPO4 there is no cost to the member for any type of visit. Additionally, there will be no cost for any prescriptions that are available to be dispensed on site. Members and dependents must be enrolled in a CEBT medical plan to be eligible to take advantage of the center.
The center will see covered children ages 2 and older for acute visits. General well-child visits are best seen by the family pediatrician.
In addition to the Gypsum center, eligible members can visit any of CEBT’s centers in Colorado. For example, employees who live west of Eagle County can visit the centers in Glenwood and Rifle centers. Additionally, parents who have covered children attending college in Fort Collins, Greeley, or Colorado Springs should note CEBT currently has centers in those communities or plans to open centers in the spring of 2017.
An open house at the Gypsum Center is planned Wednesday, May 10 beginning at 1:30 p.m.
Greg Sparhawk, along with partner Jim Comerford, have proposed a large development of fairly small homes for the north side of Minturn, near the town’s railroad yards. The partners are under contract with Union Pacific Railroad for the property, which is across Minturn Road — also known as County Road.